11 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After two decades of marriage and duets, country music’s power couple make their first joint album. With sugarcoated lullabies (“Sleeping in the Stars”) and tender tributes to long-haul love (“Damn Good at Holding On,” “The Rest of Our Life”), it’s a best-of-times portrait of a blissful marriage that seems fit for a black-and-white Hollywood flick. You’ve got to hand it to them: their wistful harmonies and impassioned hooks feel burning and sincere. In the Hill-McGraw household, maybe dancing in wheat fields under a half-moon is just another Friday night.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

After two decades of marriage and duets, country music’s power couple make their first joint album. With sugarcoated lullabies (“Sleeping in the Stars”) and tender tributes to long-haul love (“Damn Good at Holding On,” “The Rest of Our Life”), it’s a best-of-times portrait of a blissful marriage that seems fit for a black-and-white Hollywood flick. You’ve got to hand it to them: their wistful harmonies and impassioned hooks feel burning and sincere. In the Hill-McGraw household, maybe dancing in wheat fields under a half-moon is just another Friday night.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
274 Ratings
274 Ratings
jmkl15 ,

Couple goals😍

Since I was a little girl I have always LOVED Faith Hill!! My first ever cd was Breathe. This cd just made my heart melt. Their chemistry is perfect, their talent is pure gold and they are phenomenal singers. Nothing but Love here!!!

Katy Katy Katy Katy Katy ,

OBSESSED!

I have never been a huge fan of country music, but let me tell you that this album is amazing! I love how there is a mixture of songs! I could listen to it all day!

Spunki253 ,

Meh...So disappointed. Don't waste your money.

Did Tim agree to make this subpar album because Faith needs something to put her name back in the spotlight? Tim sounds fabulous, as usual. Faith's voice sounds strained, old & ragged. Too many breathing tubes scraping the vocal chords during plastic surgery will do that to anyone.
As for the music, it isn't something the stations will play without serious compensation - there's no catch for most of the songs. It's all well & good to record (what's supposed to be) mushy love songs. But when the feeling isn't conveyed in said songs, the songs are worthless. And we all know there's no love left in that relationship, so the whole album is a just a money-grubbing, lets hope&pray-on-Tim's-popularity-that-it'll-sell, farce.

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