For the Love

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For the Love is Tracy’s first album for his own record label, Rocky Comfort. With the freedom to do whatever he likes, Tracy does . . . pretty much what he’s always done—a solid mix of tunes that are by turns funny, thoughtful and romantic, all topped by Tracy’s distinctive voice. The eye-opener is the closing bonus version of kickoff song “Find Out Who Your Friends Are” with guests Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney: placing him aside his fellow ’90s survivors, the tune neatly demonstrates just how unique what Tracy does really is.

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