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Vince Gill’s career momentum built slowly in the early 1980s, picked up speed towards the end of the decade and hit high gear as the ‘90s began. But it took 1992’s I Still Believe In You to secure the singer/songwriter’s status among country music’s immortals. Gill sticks to what he does best here, applying his manly-yet-vulnerable high tenor vocals to a range of emotionally honest songs rooted in everything from Appalachian folk to urbane R&B. The fact that he could top the singles charts with tunes as radically different as “Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away” (a smooth country-pop tune), “One More Last Chance” (a rollicking honky-tonk number) and “Tryin’ To Get Over You” (a mournful lost-love ballad) speaks volumes about Vince’s talent. I Still Believe In You’s title track earned this album a fourth Number One and may be its best song overall – rising to its yearning chorus, Gill rivals Roy Orbison for sheer romantic pathos. Among the lesser-known album tracks, “Pretty Words” sparkles in an L.A. country-rock mode, while “Say Hello” has the deep-bodied twang of a classic barroom weeper. And Gill handles it all with humility and charm on this outstanding album.

Customer Reviews


The title track alone is worth $10 :) Great CD!


One of his best albums.


The title track will always be one of my favorite songs...


Born: April 12, 1957 in Norman, OK

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Vince Gill paid nearly a decade-and-a-half of dues en route to becoming one of the most popular country stars of the '90s. Starting out as a bluegrass singer and multi-instrumentalist, he initially made his name with country-rockers Pure Prairie League and spent the '80s as part of country's new traditionalist movement before finding massive success as a contemporary country hitmaker. Gill had strong mainstream appeal, yet enough songwriting chops and grounding in tradition that he could maintain...
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