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Yowza ! this is good stuff.
Alejandra Vernon | Long Beach, California | 11/02/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"From the days when Toby Keith was a diamond in the rough, these videos showcase his powerful personality, manly appeal and fabulous voice...which shine even though his haircut is awful and a few of his songs a little bland compared to what he's done since leaving Mercury Records.
There are some excellent songs on this collection however, and favorites of mine are "Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action," and "Big Ol' Truck."
Toby has it all; intelligence, charisma, a God given vocal talent, and a great stage presence as a performer, and this DVD shows he had it all right from the start.
Total running time is approximately 25 minutes.
1: "Should've Been a Cowboy" (words & music by Toby Keith). A sepia toned live performance contrasted with footage of Toby as a sheriff. From his first 1993 CD "Toby Keith," and it was a # 1 hit for him.
2: "He Ain't Worth Missing" (Toby Keith). Toby as a bartender with a babe who's got a two-timing boyfriend. This was a # 5 hit and came from the '93 "Toby Keith" CD.
3: "Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action" (Keith Hinton/Alan Stewart). A hard-rockin' number featuring a dance hall performance with Toby riveting, with humor and a terrific smile. It was another # 1 hit from the "Toby Keith" CD.
4: "Dream Walkin'" (Toby Keith/Chuck Cannon). A # 1 hit from the 1997 "Dream Walkin'" CD. It's a beautiful song, and lovely video.
5: "Getcha Some" (Toby Keith/Chuck Cannon). A modern-day display at a Natural History Museum comes to life; it was released on the 1998 "Greatest Hits Vol. 1."
6: "Who's That Man" (Toby Keith). A sad tale of a man who no longer has his family, and was a # 1 hit from the 1994 "Boomtown" CD.
7: "Big Ol' Truck" (Toby Keith). Another up-beat number with Toby doing an outdoor concert, having a really good time, and looking at least a 9 on the hunk-O-meter.
You don't see these on t.v anymore
Roy Levins | san antonio, Texas United States | 12/24/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I wonder why everyone considers this a major dissapointment first off it was released from the MERCURY label the label he left in 1999 to persue better options every Toby Keith fan knows that story of how he now joined the DREAMWORKS label to become a more angry artist who has more artistic freedom. This is a great collection of videos 7 of them is the total and and there from 1993 to 1998. You get stuff like Should have been a Cowboy and Big Ol Truck and Getcha Some and He Ain't Worth Missing and a few more. You can't find these videos anymore on CMT or GAC it is a great thing to see these videos again. Do not expect to find Who's Your Daddy or the Angry American nor How do like me now first off why would anybody want to pay money for those videos they get played to death for free on CMT all the time. So the reason why they released this collection is so you can get videos that you CAN'T SEE ANYMORE! My only gripe is there is nothing from the Blue Moon album on here there is no Me Too nor Does that Blue Moon ever shine on you it would have been great to include those videos but this is still great it sure is worth buying and the price you can't beat it either."
Love Toby, Disappointed in DVD
Roy Levins | 12/23/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I made the mistake when I pre-ordered the DVD that it would contain some of his newer videos so despite it being vintage Toby, I was looking for "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue",
"Who's Your Daddy?" and "I Love This Bar"--lesson learned."
It's great to have Toby on DVD but . . . .
Roy Levins | 11/19/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"To the Mt Carmel PA fan-please note this was put out by Mercury, Toby's first label, which is why the current video's aren't there. Hopefully Dreamworks will put out a volume two.As far as this DVD goes, I wish they would have made it identical to the VHS release from years back. It had Blue Moon, Tired, Me Too and We Were In Love on it also. But I'm glad a DVD has finally been released and I do love it!"