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Album Review

Trisha Yearwood is a pop diva who knows how to play her instrument: her voice. Perhaps one of the most gifted contemporary pop vocalists, Yearwood continues to explore the vast expanses of her talent. Displaying only traces of her early work as a country music artist, she sings with yearning on songs like "Powerful Thing." Buddy Miller's backing vocals on "Bring Me All Your Lovin'" are a highlight of this project. Yearwood's brilliance is adequately displayed on "I Don't Want to Be the One" and "I'll Still Love You More" (the latter a Diane Warren composition). She is at her best when she inhabits the world of emotional ballads and snappy, up-tempo tunes about the emotional life of modern women. While she is no country singer by any stretch of the imagination, she is still an important element in pop music.

Customer Reviews

Where's Garth?

Actually, the best song on this album is the title song "Where Your Road Leads". The album is worth purchasing for this song alone. Unfortunately, Garth Brooks apparently won't let iTunes use his music and, although you would barely know it's him in the duet, he's there. You'll have to buy the CD to get this great song.

I found Where Your Heart Leads BUT...

I can't believe for years I was looking for this song when I could see the video with Garth in my head, and I can't buy it on ITunes? Between Garth, Zep and the Beatles I could just die.

A Good Trisha Album

Pretty good Album, It's not Country, but the way "country" music is nowadays thats not such a bad thing albeit this album is about a decade old. The songs are mostly mid-tempo ballads that are Trisha's strength. It slows down on "Never Let You Go Again" and "I'll Still Love You More" and speeds up on "Powerful Thing". A highlight for me is the Alison Moorer tune "Bring Me All Your Lovin'" which I like more than the title track which is your basic power ballad and is not really a duet so much as it is garth singing harmony. I still like it and it is disappointing it not being here but I prefer CD format anyway."Where Your Road Leads" is a good Trisha Album. It's not her best but it's far from her worst.


Born: September 19, 1964 in Monticello, GA

Genre: Country

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

One of the most popular female country singers of the '90s, Trisha Yearwood initially rose to fame as a protégée of Garth Brooks but quickly staked out her own identity as an assertive yet vulnerable modern woman. Yearwood was born in the small town of Monticello, Georgia in 1964 and grew up on a farm owned by her father, who also worked as a prominent local banker. She loved Elvis Presley as a child and sang in musicals, choral groups, and talent shows while in school. She enrolled at the University...
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