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Inside Out
Trisha Yearwood
Inside Out
Genres: Country, Pop
  •  Track Listings (13) - Disc #1

Japanese edition of the Country singer's 2001 studio album with one added bonus track, 'You're Where I Belong' (radio mix).


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All Artists: Trisha Yearwood
Title: Inside Out
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca Import
Release Date: 8/22/2001
Album Type: Import
Genres: Country, Pop
Styles: Bluegrass, Today's Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 4988005278692


Album Description
Japanese edition of the Country singer's 2001 studio album with one added bonus track, 'You're Where I Belong' (radio mix).

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Trisha Inside and Out
gemini_j | Canada | 09/24/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Trisha Yearwood celebrates her 10th anniversary in the music business with the release of her latest album, Inside Out. This album represents a decade of growth, both musically and personally for Yearwood, who has earned the right to be recognized as one of Nashville's leading ladies. As an artist, Yearwood repeatedly speaks about strong women and their approach to life. This album is no exception with tracks like the no-regrets, 'I Would Have Loved You Anyway'; the no-nonsense 'Love Me or Leave Me Alone'; and the reflective 'I Don't Paint Myself Into Corners". This particular track includes a special appearance by Vince Gill on background vocals. The title track from this album "Inside Out", once again pairs Yearwood with Don Henley. Fans of the Henley/Yearwood coupling on 'Walkaway Joe' will be pleased with the reunion of these artists. Co-written by Bryan Adams and Gretchen Peters, this is a song about the depth of love and wanting to know all you can about someone. Together, Yearwood and Henley deliver strong and appealing harmonies. Additional notable highlights include the remake of 'Seven Year Ache' with Rosanne Cash and 'When We Were Still in Love' which was recorded live in the studio with only a piano and string quintet accompaniment. Not many artists could include this type of live performance on their albums, but Yearwood pulls it off beautifully. As an album, Inside Out, is a winning combination of heartache, tenderness and just a certain amount of attitude ('For A While') that is pure Trisha. Always one to put her heart and soul into her music, Yearwood once again offers a glimpse of herself that personalizes the songs and attracts her listeners. Trisha Yearwood fans feel as though her songs reflect their own feelings and once again, she has created an album that people can relate to and will enjoy."