11 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Vince Gill’s career hit its commercial zenith with this 1994 chart juggernaut. The country heartthrob’s incandescent croon is guaranteed to melt ladies’ hearts upon impact. Alongside the ballads—both contemporary- and classic-sounding—that made Gill a phenomenon, there’s a dash of rowdy rock ‘n’ roll (“You Better Think Twice,” “What the Cowgirls Do”) and a soulful splash of gospel (“Go Rest High on That Mountain”), showing off the formidable supply of surprises that this eclectic singer/songwriter had up his sleeve.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Vince Gill’s career hit its commercial zenith with this 1994 chart juggernaut. The country heartthrob’s incandescent croon is guaranteed to melt ladies’ hearts upon impact. Alongside the ballads—both contemporary- and classic-sounding—that made Gill a phenomenon, there’s a dash of rowdy rock ‘n’ roll (“You Better Think Twice,” “What the Cowgirls Do”) and a soulful splash of gospel (“Go Rest High on That Mountain”), showing off the formidable supply of surprises that this eclectic singer/songwriter had up his sleeve.

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