The Marshall Tucker Band followed their 1992 release, Still Smokin' with another memorable set of songs, including the title track, "Walk Outside the Lines," co-written by Garth Brooks. On this outing, the MTB manages to produce their most country-oriented album to date, and the country Top 40 track, "Down We Go," written by fellow Spartanburg, S.C. resident Sam Spoon, brings it all back home. Other choice cuts include, "Daddy's Eyes," written by bassist Tim Lawter and "Lost in Time," co-written by Doug Gray and Rusty Milner. While Walk Outside the Lines may not go down in the books as one of the Marshall Tucker Band's best recordings ever, it still manages to hold its own in the country music field.
AllMusic Review by Michael B. Smith