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Inside Out
     

Inside Out

5.0 7
by Trisha Yearwood
 
If last year's brilliant Real Live Woman is the most diary-like of Trisha Yearwood's albums, then Inside Out is at least a close second. It also happens to be a tour de force of interpretive singing by an artist who has reached the very top of that particular game. Vince Gill,

Overview

If last year's brilliant Real Live Woman is the most diary-like of Trisha Yearwood's albums, then Inside Out is at least a close second. It also happens to be a tour de force of interpretive singing by an artist who has reached the very top of that particular game. Vince Gill, Kim Richey, and Rosanne Cash (who appears on a chilling version of her own "Seven Year Ache") are the high-profile guest artists here, but the story centers on Yearwood, who kindles soul-stirring fires in a batch of first-rate songs. "Inside Out," a funky little ditty co-written by Bryan Adams and Gretchen Peters, features Don Henley sparring vocally with Yearwood as the Jim Horn-Bobby Keys sax section adds a soul flavoring to the mix. On the somber "Melancholy Blue" (co-written by the venerable Harlan Howard), the vulnerability in Yearwood's airy, deliberate voice lends jackhammer force to an account of life lived in slow motion following the death of a lover. Nothing tops the album closer, "When We Were Still in Love," a heartbreaking ballad featuring Yearwood's voice braced only by a piano and a discreet string section. The technical grace of the artist's singing is breathtaking, but in the end it's the way she turns her heart inside out that lingers in memory and makes the confessions herein both personal and universal.

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Maria Konicki Dinoia
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.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/05/2001
Label:
Mca Nashville
UPC:
0008817020020
catalogNumber:
170200

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Trisha Yearwood   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Rosanne Cash   Track Performer
Don Henley   Track Performer
Matt Rollings   Clavinet
Eric Darken   Percussion
John Catchings   Strings
David Davidson   Strings
Shannon Forrest   Drums
Paul Franklin   Steel Guitar
Vince Gill   Background Vocals
Carl Gorodetzky   Strings
Jim Grosjean   Strings
Vicki Hampton   Background Vocals
Jim Hoke   Harmonica
Jim Horn   Saxophone
Bobby Keys   Saxophone
B. James Lowry   Acoustic Guitar
Liana Manis   Background Vocals
Nashville String Machine   Strings
Steve Nathan   Piano,Keyboards
Craig Nelson   Strings
Michael Rhodes   Bass
Kim Richey   Background Vocals
Brent Rowan   Electric Guitar
Steuart Smith   Electric Guitar
Gary VanOsdale   Strings
Kris Wilkinson   Conductor
Monisa Angell   Strings
Karyn Rochelle   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Trisha Yearwood   Producer
Greg Droman   Engineer
Harlan Howard   Composer
Steve Marcantonio   Engineer
Justin Niebank   Engineer
Kris Wilkinson   String Arrangements
Mark Wright   Producer
Tommy Douglas   Composer
Todd Gunnerson   Engineer
Greg Dorman   Engineer

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Inside Out 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is no singer in Country Music who can touch her, not Shania, not Faith, no one. This album proves it - definitley a mature, beautiful piece of work. What a song selection!!! Her voice is pure and true, and what you may hear when you get to heaven.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Trisha Yearwood has true beauty and a sound of her own. No wonder this woman has been a hit for quite some time, her charming disc inside out is only the best yet in all the contributions she as made to country music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An incredibly touching CD. Trisha knows how to brings the words to life! Keep them coming, Trisha!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
As I listened to this c.d., I wanted the songs to keep coming! This is a beautiful voice sharing great songs with us.... The current single, ''I Would've Loved You Anyway'', is only the tip of the iceberg. GET THIS C.D. and get lost in the vocal genius.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it should be no surprise that Trisha's new cd is great! in the decade that she has been recording she takes breaths away with her beautiful voice. She has to be one of the most talented country ladies of all time. I dont skip through any of the 12 track on this cd. If your a true music appreciator this is the cd to have.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i love this album it is the best every body sould have this album thrisha is the best singer i have heard i would pick thrisha over faith hill any day
Guest More than 1 year ago
thrisha yearwood inside out is the best cant find a better album no one can sing like her not faith hill are martina