O Brother, Where Art Thou? is comfortably back in the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart for its 26th week at the top during the past year. Garth Brooks' Scarecrow stays No. 2 for the second straight week, after a seven-week run at No. 1.
Pull My Chain continues in the No. 3 slot; Tim McGraw's Set This Circus Down
jumps to No. 4 from No. 6; and the Coyote Ugly soundtrack stays at No. 5. Martina McBride's
Greatest Hits is at No. 6; George Strait's "The Road Less Traveled is
at No. 7; and Brooks & Dunn's Steers & Stripes is at No. 8.
Hank Williams Jr.'s Almeria Club debuts at No. 9. Steve Holy's Blue Moon cracks the Top
10 for the first time at No. 10, over a year after its release on Oct. 10, 2000.
Holy's hit song, "Good Morning Beautiful,"
climbs to No. 2 from No. 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, behind
Jackson's "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)," which is No. 1 for the fifth straight week. Strait's "Run"
drops a notch to No. 3; Aaron Tippin's "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly"
slips to No. 4; Brooks' "Wrapped Up in You" climbs two rungs to No. 5; Brad Paisley's
"Wrapped Around" rises to No. 6; Trace Adkins' "I'm Tryin'" drops to No. 7; Keith's
"I Wanna Talk About Me" slides to No. 8; "Bring on the Rain" by Jo Dee Messina with
McGraw stays at No. 9; and Brooks & Dunn's "The Long Goodbye" goes up a spot to No. 10.
Debuting on the singles chart
are "Mendocino County Line" by Willie Nelson with Lee
Ann Womack at No. 53; Brian McComas' "I Could Never Love You Enough" at No. 54; Reba
McEntire's "Sweet Music Man" (produced by Alison Krauss) at No. 55; Jessica Andrews' "Karma" at No. 57; Lonestar's "Not a Day Goes By"
at No. 58; the Dixie Chicks' "Travelin' Soldier" at No. 59; and Pat Green's "Three Days" at No. 60. The Chicks' "Travelin' Soldier" is not available on CD and is being
played by radio stations as a download track from the CMA Awards show of Nov. 7.