Various Artists

Today's Hit Country

  • AllMusic Rating
    4
  • User Ratings (0)
  • Your Rating

AllMusic Review by

Today's Hit Country gathers some of the most popular singles released on RCA Records in the late '90s. Most of this material has dated well, especially "Brand New Man" (Brooks & Dunn), "Maybe It Was Memphis" (Pam Tillis), "Brother Jukebox" (Mark Chesnutt), "Look at Us" (Vince Gill), and "Love Can Build a Bridge" (the Judds). Tracks from Alabama, John Anderson, Diamond Rio, Lorrie Morgan, and Aaron Tippin round out this entertaining budget retrospective on K-Tel.

blue highlight denotes track pick