Popular country singer George Strait once again does what he does so well on this late-1993 album, Easy Come, Easy Go. He mixes the standards of traditional country, a bit of good ol' honky tonk, along with just a tiny little taste of pop and Texas swing to offer up some really worth-a-listen tunes, including "Stay out of My Arms," "I'd Like to Have That One Back," "Without Me Around," and "That's Where My Baby Feels at Home." He also adds in his own take on an old George Jones cover, "Lovebug." The songs on this recording cover the basics: heartbreak, loving, drinking, and cheating. A fantastic addition to any country collection, especially a George Strait one.
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AllMusic Review by Charlotte Dillon