The second album from teenage country singer McCann
goes through the usual post-Shania motions as elements of glossy pop merge with typically overproduced Nashville standard. McCann
is likable enough, and the spunky songs ("With You," "Rhymes With") can be addictive. And the sweet "Kiss Me Now," with Vince Gill
on backing vocals, is a tentative step into the adult world with genuine emotion. But the blandness of it all (and McCann
's own misfortune of sharing many personal and professional qualities with LeAnn Rimes
) makes it a bit difficult to distinguish her from the rest of the '90s hat pack.