No More Looking Over My Shoulder Mellowed by a new marriage and the birth of his first child, Travis Tritt gets a bit sappy on three ballads on No More Looking… No More Looking Over My Shoulder Mellowed by a new marriage and the birth of his first child, Travis Tritt gets a bit sappy on three ballads on No More Looking… Travis Tritt Country
Music Review

No More Looking Over My Shoulder

EW's GRADE
B

Details Lead Performance: Travis Tritt; Genre: Country

Mellowed by a new marriage and the birth of his first child, Travis Tritt gets a bit sappy on three ballads on No More Looking Over My Shoulder that reflect his lifestyle change. But when he finds the business end of that guitar — on a gritty blues cover of Jude Cole's ''Start the Car'' and on ''Girls Like That,'' a routine rhythm number that bursts into flames — we recall why Tritt's still the only cat in the Southern-rock bag still scoring hits. B

Originally posted Oct 16, 1998 Published in issue #454 Oct 16, 1998 Order article reprints
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