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Drinks After WorkArtist: Toby Keith
Drinks After Work
Artist: Toby Keith
1. Shut Up and Hold On
2. Drinks After Work
3. Before We Knew They Were Good
4. Little Miss Tear Stain
5. The Other Side Of Him
6. Last Living Cowboy
7. Show Me What You're Workin' With
8. Whole Lot More Than That
9. I'll Probably Be Out Fishin'
10. Hard Way To Make An Easy Living
More Info:Available in 10-track standard and 13-track deluxe editions, Drinks After Work again finds Keith serving as sole producer and principle songwriter with credit on nine of 10 tracks. Longtime collaborators Scotty Emerick, Bobby Pinson and Rivers Rutherford return as co-writers on multiple songs.
Beyond the title track and nine other cuts (listed below), the deluxe addition also includes ;Call A Marine," ;Margaritaville; (featuring Sammy Hagar) and ; Chuckie's Gone. The latter is a tribute to Toby's bandleader Chuck Goff, who died unexpectedly earlier this year. Goff is also remembered in the liner notes:
This album is dedicated in memory of Chuck Goff, our longtime bandleader-bass player. He will live on forever in our thoughts and in our performances. We miss ya, Shmudlo.
Toby Keith is one of the most consistent recording artists and touring draws of his era and continually ranking as one of the genre's top grossing live performers. Forbes ranked him as the top-earning country artist of 2012.