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I hear this song almost every time I’m in my car listening to the radio and I LOVE IT!!! Personally,for me, it’s one of the best country songs I’ve ever heard.I recommend this song to every country girl. BEST SONG EVER!!!!!!🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩😆😝😆😝😆😝🤩🤩
Trisha’s voice and song choice never fail! She is by far the most underrated female country singer of all time. Hope she continues to sing for many years to come. I will purchase anything she puts out!
It is SO nice to hear some real traditional country music. I listen to this and feel transported to the days when country music was at its best. I’m sorry I ever forgot how much I liked her music. I didn’t realize how much I missed her.
Great album, great voice. I am not a country fan per se. But, I have always been a fan of this amazing singer. Just stumbled on this album today checking out the top 200 albums on Itunes. So glad I did. Welcome back, Trisha.
Trisha Yearwood hasn’t consistently released music the last 20 years, but as a result her voice has stayed in absolute prime form. The album’s highlights include “Bible and a .44” a beautiful duet with Patty Loveless, Gretchen Peters “The Matador”, “Workin On Whiskey” is classic Yearwood with a stellar vocal, and a heart wrenching ballad “When Lonely Calls”. Some songs however are not up to the Trisha Yearwood standard. “Drink Up”, perhaps one of the oddest choices of her career seems like a female version of a Garth Brooks B cut, the Kelly Clarkson track “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” is forgettable to say the list and “Home” “Something Like It” and “Cant Take Back Goodbye” are easy to forget. Not the best album of her career as she’s had some amazing ones, but still better than 100% of what’s coming out of Nashville these days.
I’ve been listening to Trisha Yearwood for a long time all the way back from the 90s and I don’t think this album is up to the albums she recorded in the 90s at her heyday there are no fast songs all the songs are too slow she needs to come out with stuff like she did in the 90s
Get "Broken" from 'The Passion' set. Nothing here has anywhere near that emotion. After 15 plus years... no great songs on this LP, but instead a platter of tunes that sound like they were chosen by a corporate board. She was a wonderful voice, but this set is entirely forgettable. Not sure what happened, but she sold the pass a while ago.
I was so looking forward to this release, but I was truly disappointed after listening to all the tracks. Trisha Yearwood’s voice is still just as rich and textured as it ever was. Unfortunately, with the exception of the duet with Don Henley, there was not one song that grabbed me by my emotions. Trisha Yearwood is “all dressed up”, but the material left her with “nowhere to go”.
Quite possibly the best album of your career! Incredible voice and some incredible song choices! Made my day to hear you and Patty Loveless on Bible and a .44! Wow!!! Release Drink Up as a single! It’s a hit and a fun tune for for you to share with the masses. Much love always! -Justin F Courtney
Like fine wine, Trisha only gets better with age! The perfect blend of power, smoothness, harmony and spirit- Miss Yearwood never disappoints. She masters her craft like few others and brings her traditional sound with new inspiration. Keep em coming Trisha!!!