Sometimes She Forgets - Steve Earle - Uncut Gems
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The highest-charting version of the song was recorded by American country music artist Travis Trittand was released in August as the lead-off single from his first greatest hits album Greatest Hits: From the Beginning. It peaked at number 7 in the United States, and at number 6 in Canada. In the liner notes from his acoustic album Train a Comin'Earle indicates that he wrote the song in At that time, he was a staff writer in Nashvillebefore he had a recording contract.
Earle did not record the song on his first four studio albums, but an early version was included on a set of demos, Uncut Gemsin the early s. Earle's management circulated the demos to other artists when Earle's career was threatened by his drug use and he had been dropped from his label. After getting sober inEarle recorded the song, as well as some of his other early work, on Train a Comin'released on February 28, Tritt has described his version as Sometimes She Forgets - Steve Earle - Uncut Gems departure from his usual style.
He told Billboard magazine that he and co-producer Gregg Brown cut the song with a little different flavor. The way we cut this song reminds me almost of a ' Tequila Sunrise '-type thing", Tritt said, referring to the Eagles song. Deborah Evans Price of Billboard reviewed the song favorably, saying that it has an "intriguing calypso flavor that plays appealingly against the solid country lyric. Tritt's version of "Sometimes She Forgets" debuted at number 63 on the U.
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