Tim McGraw & Friends

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Tim McGraw & Friends
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Compilation album by
ReleasedJanuary 22, 2013 (2013-01-22)
Genre Country
Length45:27
Label Curb
Producer Various
Tim McGraw chronology
Emotional Traffic
(2012)
Tim McGraw & Friends
(2013)
Two Lanes of Freedom
(2013)

Tim McGraw & Friends is the eighth compilation album by American country music singer Tim McGraw. It was released on January 22, 2013, by Curb Records. [1]

Contents

Background

Tim McGraw & Friends is a compilation of McGraw's collaborations with artists Faith Hill, Jerry Lee Lewis and Jon Brion, Kenny Rogers, Ray Benson, Tony Bennett, Jo Dee Messina, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tracy Lawrence, Randy Travis, Colt Ford and Lionel Richie. This 11-track album is McGraw's first album of duets. [2]

Release information

The project was released January 22, 2013, two weeks before the release of McGraw's first album for Big Machine Records, Two Lanes of Freedom . The album was preceded by the release of the song "Twisted" featuring Colt Ford.

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)CollaboratorLength
1."Sail On"Lionel Richie Lionel Richie 5:05
2."Twisted"Colt Ford, Wayne Hardnett, Scott Weatherwax Colt Ford 4:17
3."Owe Them More Than That"John Guess, Tony Martin, Clessie Lee Morisette, Roger Springer Kenny Rogers 4:11
4."Me and Tennessee" Chris Martin Gwyneth Paltrow 4:44
5."Middle Age Crazy" Sonny Throckmorton Jerry Lee Lewis and Jon Brion 3:44
6."Can't Hurt a Man"Lance Miller, Brad Warren, Brett Warren Randy Travis 2:46
7."Find Out Who Your Friends Are" Casey Beathard, Ed Hill Tracy Lawrence and Kenny Chesney 3:48
8."Cold, Cold Heart" Hank Williams Tony Bennett 3:15
9."Milk Cow Blues" Kokomo Arnold Ray Benson 5:53
10."Bring On the Rain" Billy Montana, Helen Darling Jo Dee Messina 3:59
11."It's Your Love"Stephony Smith Faith Hill 3:45

Chart performance

Album

Chart (2013)Peak
position
US Billboard 200 126
US Billboard Top Country Albums 18

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References

  1. "Tim McGraw - "Tim McGraw & Friends" Tracklist and Cover Art". Roughstock. January 7, 2013. Retrieved January 23, 2013.
  2. "Tim McGraw & Friends Album Due on Curb Records". Country Music Television . 7 January 2013. Retrieved 17 August 2013.