Another installment in a continuing series........top country hits of a certain year (a certain year when the music was still good).
The top song of 1991 was "Don't Rock The Jukebox" by Alan Jackson:
Other number one hits from 1991 were:
Unanswered Prayers by Garth Brooks - Garth apparently doesn't allow any of his videos to be posted on YouTube. Must be only available at WalMart or something.
Brother Jukebox - Mark Chesnutt (Mark's first number one) - Sorry, video is unavailable, so here's a different Mark Chesnutt song (well, you gotta improvise sometimes. I like this song better anyway.)
Walk On Faith by Mike Reid
I'd Love You All Over Again - another number one from Alan Jackson (I included this song on a mix tape for my parents' 50th wedding anniversary. This was also Alan's first number one song.) - 1,470 videos on YouTube for Alan Jackson, and this song is not among them. I guess we'll have to hum it to ourselves (it's in waltz time - and a one, two, three, one, two three.)
Two Of A Kind, Workin' On A Full House - another Garth Brooks selection (well, obviously, this video isn't available, either.)
If I Know Me - George Strait (sorry, this one is a no-go also.)
Meet In The Middle - Diamond Rio (their debut single. Diamond Rio was the first country group to have their debut song go to number one on the charts) - This video IS available on YouTube, but not for embedding. Apparently, record companies do not like free publicity for their artists. So, here is another Diamond Rio song, albeit from 1997:
The Thunder Rolls - Garth Brooks again (never mind)
She's In Love With The Boy - Trisha Yearwood (her first #1) - also unavailable. Like husband, like wife.
You Know Me Better Than That - again, George Strait (sorry, Strait fans)
Brand New Man - Brooks & Dunn (their first #1 hit) - here's a very headache-inducing live performance (I mean visually, not audially.)
Anymore - Travis Tritt
Someday - again, Alan Jackson
Shameless - Garth again (no loss)
My Next Broken Heart - Brooks & Dunn (their record company is awfully possessive, too)
So, to sum up 1991, it was the year of Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, Diamond Rio, and, of course, George Strait.