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    Before there was Garth Brooks and Clint Black, there was Randy Travis. The first country artist to go multi-platinum, Travis was the dominant male voice in country music throughout the late ’80s. His incredible 1986 debut, Storms of Life, featured four Top-10 singles, and its 1987 follow-up, Always & Forever, began a streak of seven consecutive number-one singles. Throughout his career, Travis has enjoyed 22 number-one hits—this from a man who was once rejected by every major label in Nashville for being “too country.” Travis is significant in that he marked a generational shift in country music, launching the neo-traditionalist movement and setting the stage for its crossover success in the ’90s. While he shifted his focus to gospel in the late ’90s, Travis will always remain a vital name in country music and is nothing short of phenomenal on vinyl.
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