16 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On her first studio album in 15 years, the queen of country-pop reminds us why we’ve always loved her. Written after a period of personal upheaval and a voice-altering bout with dysphonia, Now is as intimate and passionate a set as she’s ever recorded, full of moments that are triumphant (“Swinging With My Eyes Closed”), solemn (“Who’s Gonna Be Your Girl”), and singularly effervescent (“Let’s Kiss and Make Up” and “You Can’t Buy Love,” which recalls the soulful swing of Amy Winehouse).

EDITORS’ NOTES

On her first studio album in 15 years, the queen of country-pop reminds us why we’ve always loved her. Written after a period of personal upheaval and a voice-altering bout with dysphonia, Now is as intimate and passionate a set as she’s ever recorded, full of moments that are triumphant (“Swinging With My Eyes Closed”), solemn (“Who’s Gonna Be Your Girl”), and singularly effervescent (“Let’s Kiss and Make Up” and “You Can’t Buy Love,” which recalls the soulful swing of Amy Winehouse).

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