day I got this CD in the mail I was in a rush, trying to make
sure I had everything I needed before going to one of our Army
family meetings to prepare for our troops to come home. I put
the CD in our home stereo system and told the kids to turn off
the TV. Now, mind you, I don’t normally review CD’s with
the kids around because I like to give the artists’ my
undivided attention, but in Eric Agnew’s case you can’t
help but pay attention.
This CD starts out with a bang. Yee haw I
tell you what "Hurt Me All the Time", if this
song doesn’t make you want to grab a stranger, abandon your
beer and hit the dance floor you need to get out of the
country club. I found myself wanting to grab anyone and dance.
Since it may have been a little out of line knocking on my
neighbors door I settled for turning up the volume, grabbing
my daughter and spinning her around our living room. Agnew
then goes into "Somebody New on Her Mind". Anyone
out there who is new to motherhood or if you know of a couple
having their first baby, this CD would make a great shower
gift if not only for this song. I have had four children and
it still made me tear up. Who knew someone could release a
song about pregnancy and have it turn out so well!
Agnew brings the tempo back from tears to
beers with "By George" again making me wish I
were in a country bar where I had more then a nine year old to
two step with. In "Here Comes the Hurt Again" I
have to say Agnew puts a George Straight twist on this one.
With his amazing vocals and talent Agnew goes back to back
with another great heart break song titled "Different
Shade of Blue".
All nine songs on Agnew’s album No
Limits are outstanding! I wouldn’t say Agnew sounds like
anyone in particular, he has a sound all his own and I like
it. I will be adding this album to my personal collection so I
can play it loud at home and while driving. When you purchase
your copy may I suggest picking up two? Any of your country
dancing cowboy friends would completely enjoy a copy as a