Thanks for visiting this page. This is a collection of albums that you listen to sample tracks courtesy of Apple music. This list is not comprehensive but I will try to add and recommend albums as I come across them. I will also include link where you can purchase them and add them to your country collections.

GEORGE STRAIT – Pure Country ((Soundtrack from the Motion Picture))

George Strait performs ten new songs from this film about a country singer trying to find his musical roots by returning to a simpler life. You can by this album at George Strait – Pure Country.

ALAN JACKSON – Where Have You Gone

Alan Jackson’s brand new studio album, Where Have You Gone, is his first country release in over 5 years. He’s one of the best-selling music artists of all time with over 75M records sold worldwide. Alan is a member of the Grand Ole Opry & has topped the Billboard Country charts with 35 #1 Singles & 15 #1 Albums. He’s received multiple awards including 2 Grammys, 16 CMAs, 17 ACMs. CD includes blow-in card for a FREE Download of the Bonus Track “That’s The Way Love Goes (A Tribute Merle Haggard)”. You can buy this album at Alan Jackson Where Have You Gone.

CONWAY TWITTY – 25 Number Ones

Conway Twitty, 25 Number Ones is a popular collection of Conway’s greatest songs. You can buy this at Conway Twitty 25 Number Ones

MERLE HAGGARD – 20 Greatest Hits

“Try finding a finer roundup of Merle’s prime ’60s and ’70s Capitol hits than this: 20 tracks on one CD, 13 of ’em #1 country hits! Includes Mama Tried; Workin’ Man Blues; Always Wanting You; Okie from Muskogee; Carolyn; If We Make It Through December; The Fightin’ Side of Me; Branded Man; Daddy Frank; Sing Me Back Home; I’m a Lonesome Fugitive;Hungry Eyes , and more! Buy this album at Merle Haggard 20 Greatest Hits

Don Williams 20 Greatest Hits

With the gentle lope of his rhythms and the plainspoken phrasing of his material, Don Williams sings country music of unmatched simplicity and purity. His love songs are as straightforward as their titles–“I Wouldn’t Want to Live If You Didn’t Love Me,” “You’re My Best Friend,” “I Believe in You”–delivered in a warm baritone that makes his singing seem as natural as breathing. “Tulsa Time,” a country chart-topper, might be more familiar to rock fans through the cover by Eric Clapton, one of Williams’s devoted fans. Though some of the early-’70s selections suffer from overproduction, and so many of the hits sound so much the same, the collection attests to Williams’s enduring appeal. (Major omission: his “If I Needed You” duet with Emmylou Harris.) –Don McLeese Buy this Album at Don Williams