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Orlando Sentinel - Orlando, Fla.
Author: Jim Abbott of The Sentinel Staff
Date: Oct 9, 1992
Start Page: 6
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Frequent duet partner and "No Hats" compadre Marty Stuart doesn't perform on t-r-o-u-b-l-e, but [TRAVIS TRITT]'s version of Stuart's "A Hundred Years From Now" is one of the album's best songs. Above a veil of steel guitar and fiddle, Tritt wails mournful lyrics culled from Stuart's bluegrass tradition: "From the top of this old world to the bottom of the glass/ I've thrown away my future by drowning out the past/ When you walked out the door, girl, you broke every vow/ But I won't care a hundred years from now."

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