Top positive review
August 30, 2019
This album is simply a masterpiece. One of the finer ( not that there's a bad Trisha Yearwood album ) releases from Mrs Trisha. You jut don't listen to these songs, you feel them.
working on whiskey ( the vocals stand out, classic Trisha ballad )
Find a Way ( upbeat, kind of bubble gum country song. its my least favorite track on the album. but its still a good song )
Home ( She does a amazing cover of bonnie raitts song. Its tender, its soft. its lovely )
Every Girl In This Town ( a song that has grew on me A LOT. I thought it was a weak 1st single. But now I love it. it fit perfect with the album.
Tell Me Something I Don't Know ( POWERFUL )
What Gave Me Away ( kind of a cute love song. bluesy upbeat feeling )
Something Kind Of Like It ( My personal favorite upbeat song on the album )
When Lonely Call ( Tied for BEST SONG on the album )
The Matador ( tied for BEST SONG on the album )
I'll Carry You Home ( another great Trisha slow ballad. Its simple. )
Drink Up ( a fun, catchy summer song. I like it )
Bible and a .44 ( Its lovely to hear Patty Loveless one this track. Its stunning. amazing. )
Cant Take Back Goodbye ( I love this upbeat song. Its catchy, its fun. If you know a loser ex its for you ! )
Love You Anyway ( Simply wow. what a powerful song. this ballad is perfect, and with Henley's background vocals. Intense.
I love every song on this album. It is the Trisha Yearwood album Ive wanted. Fans wont be disappointed. Mark my word. Definitely a Grammy nomination for Best Country Album. And several tracks could fill the Best County Vocal category alone.