Other Side of Love
Heart of Texas Records is pleased to announce the latest release from Country Music Legend Tony Booth. 'The Other Side of Love' fetaures Tony is great vocal form performing some great classics along with some never before heard material. 'I searched for nearly a year to pick just the right songs for my second solo album on Heart of Texas Records,' Booth said from his Alvin, Texas, home. 'We got such a great response from my 'Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk' CD that I wanted to try and match it song for song!' Booth is joined by fellow Heart of Texas Recording Aritst Amber Digby on 'Don't Call Me From A Honky Tonk.' The song kicks off the album in fine hard core honky tonk style. Booth and Digby blend their voices as if they have been singing together for years. 'The Other Side of Love' is highlighted by the Johnny Bush composition 'An Eye For An Eys', Eddy Raven's 'Sometimes I Talk In My Sleep', and 'Twice The Speed of Love' which was recorded by Buck Owens. His version of 'Blue Spanish Eyes' features the studio musicians doing what they do best. Booth chooses some newer gems for this album including 'All That She Could Take', 'Heartache Remover' and 'Kickin' In.' The musicians include Jake Hooker on bass, Randy Lindley on rhythm guitar, Jim Loessberg on drums, Johnny Coc on steel guitar, Randy Corner on lead guitar, Tim Alexander on piano and Reggie Rueffer on fiddle. 'Tony Booth is one of our finest vocalists in Country Music,' Heart of Texas Records President Tracy Pitcox said. 'He still puts so much feeling into a song. After Tony Booth sings a song, you can say that it has been sung.'