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Written-By – Bill Lloyd (3), Radney Foster.
Foster & Lloyd is the eponymous debut studio album by American country music duo Foster & Lloyd. Commercially, It was their most successful album producing three top-ten singles, "Crazy Over You" ( "Sure Thing" ( and "What Do You Want from Me This Time?" (.The other single, "Texas in 1880", peaked at on the Hot Country Songs chart. The album itself peaked at on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart . Track listing CD. No.
Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd joined forces to release three albums together in the late '80s, before Foster embarked on his own successful solo career. Their sound borrows equally from the neo-traditionalism of Dwight Yoakam, the gritty roots rock of Steve Earle, and the jangly pop of . Crazy Over You was the duo's biggest hit, a cute song that Elvis might have sung back in his RCA prime. Foster & Lloyd could spark up cracking honky-tonk tunes like Fast and Louder and Is It Love?, but they didn't conjure the big-spur machismo of Garth Brooks or Alan Jackson.
TBT: 1990-Foster & Lloyd got a Grammy nomination in the category of "Country Instrumental" for our track "Woah" from our 3rd album. Version of the Truth". Here's a group shot with the great Duane Eddy, Garry Tallent, engineer co-producer Rick Will, Felix Cavilliere, Rad Foster, RS Field and myself. Others who played on this Duane-inspired twangfest who are missing from the shot; Rusty Young and Albert Lee.
The Essential Foster & Lloyd groups together 19 tracks by this influential duo who scored several hits in the 1980s. The two merged Lloyd's melodic pop smarts with Foster's Texas literary soul, giving them catchiness and substance in the same package. They also could rock out, leaning toward a rockabilly energy that didn't carry a trace of the redneck swagger of Southern rock. Instead, this was solid, clean-rocking fun with brains.
Redirected from Bill Lloyd (Foster & Lloyd)). Foster & Lloyd is an American country music duo consisting of singer-songwriters Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd. After pairing up in 1986, the duo recorded three albums for RCA Nashville, charting nine singles on the Billboard country charts. The highest-peaking of these was their debut single "Crazy Over You", a No. 4 hit in 1987. After disbanding in 1990, Foster and Lloyd began solo careers.