Album Details

June 05, 2001
MCA Nashville
Country, Contemporary Country

Album Review

Trisha Yearwood's full of a whole lotta love. Five of the album's 12 tracks have "love" in the title, and the seven others that don't are about love and relationships. But whatever Yearwood's singing about, she still manages to dazzle listeners even ten years and ten albums into her career. She's an artist who blossoms with every album and just keeps getting better. She's even managed to arrange a superior list of musical collaborators, including Don Henley (back for more after "Walkaway Joe") on the rhythmic title track; Roseanne Cash harmonizing on the classic song she originally composed, "Seven Year Ache"; and even Vince Gill lending his vocal talents to the blazing "I Don't Paint Myself Into Corners." With praiseworthy songs too numerous to mention, Inside Out is bound to inspire fans and fellow artists alike. Simply put, Trisha Yearwood is timeless.
Maria Konicki Dinoia, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Love Alone
  2. I Would've Loved You Anyway
  3. For a While
  4. Seven Year Ache
  5. I Don't Paint Myself into Corners
  6. Harmless Heart
  7. Inside Out
  8. Love Let Go
  9. Melancholy Blue
  10. Second Chance
  11. Love Me or Leave Me Alone
  12. When We Were Still in Love
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