Love Tracks

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  1. Love in My Heart (Brewer)
  2. Eventually (Sharp)
  3. Dust for Blood
  4. Going for the Gold (Browder/Ryles)
  5. What Will the World Be Like
  6. The Touch of Her Hand (Swofford)
  7. You Can’t Blame the Train (Sharp)
  8. It’s Not Your Fault
  9. Everyday Is a Miracle
  10. Blues Train

Released by Capitol in 1988. The first and only time Don McLean has recorded brand new songs written by other composers. ‘Can’t Blame the Train’ became a top-40 country hit. ‘Love in my Heart’ made the top-10 in Australia.

CAPITOL C1-48080, Released August 1988 [LP]
CAPITOL CDP-7-48080-2, Released August 1988 [CD]

All tracks composed by Don McLean unless otherwise stated.

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  1. “There are a few okay tracks on this one, but much of it is bland or a bit irritating, like Going For the Gold. I quite like You Can&#39t Blame the Train. Production lets the album down the most. (Rated 3 out of 5)”

  2. “i bought this cd several years ago but did not truly &#39listen&#39 to it til recently. i find that it contains simple arrangements (a relief these days from so much over-arranged music) with singable tunes. at this moment, my favorite song is &#39what would the world be like&#39. again, a simple, but tender reflection of a parent considering his or her child&#39s future in the world and away from home. (Rated 4 out of 5)”

  3. I would like to know how to purchase the Love Tracks album, I have been looking for this album for years. Please advise. I want my children to hear these songs.
    Thank you

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