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Toby Keith - Toby Keith (Cassette, Album)

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  4. American country music singer Toby Keith has released 20 studio albums and seven compilation albums. He has released 67 singles, with 65 of them charting on the Billboard country charts, of which all but eight reached top 40 or higher. 20 of his singles have reached number one in the United States, and 21 more have reached the Top Compilation albums: 7.
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  6. Oct 25,  · The launch of his own record label Show Dog Nashville was the final step in Toby Keith's journey to complete musical freedom, and he's marking the creative control he's enjoyed since with Toby Keith Greatest Hits: The Show Dog Years.
  7. With a disclaimer stating that he only had a year to write the songs for his sophomore album (while he had a "lifetime" to write those for his first), Toby Keith introduces us to his second effort, inmanmubanddurluaholtersbertiternigh.co to worry: he pulls off a successful follow-up to his hit-heavy debut.
  8. For many mainstream listeners, Toby Keith first appeared on their radar in with "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," the blistering counterpoint to Alan Jackson's sorrowful "Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning" that turned Keith into a talk radio phenomenon and a genuine American star. Like many overnight success stories, Toby Keith's celebrity didn't.
  9. After signing a deal at Mercury Records, his debut album "Toby Keith", which contained his first chart topper, "Should've Been A Cowboy", finally established him as a professional singer/songwriter. He then left Mercury for a period of three years. Coming back in , he released his final studio album for Mercury, "Dream Walkin'".