When Love Finds You

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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
By 1994, Vince Gill was a bona fide country superstar. His recordings had sold into the millions and his tours were sellouts around the globe. He was ubiquitous on the radio as well. Producer Tony Brown took an even heavier hand on Gill's recordings, even though Gill's own songs dominated his records. The tightrope walk between a handsome tender country-pop balladeer and the rootsy rocking honky tonk guitar picker was beginning to fall on the side of the ballads. It was working on the charts, but some of Gill's older fans -- those familiar with his multifaceted talent -- began to grow weary of him playing it so safe. There are only three uptempo cuts on When Love Finds You: ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
By 1994, Vince Gill was a bona fide country superstar. His recordings had sold into the millions and his tours were sellouts around the globe. He was ubiquitous on the radio as well. Producer Tony Brown took an even heavier hand on Gill's recordings, even though Gill's own songs dominated his records. The tightrope walk between a handsome tender country-pop balladeer and the rootsy rocking honky tonk guitar picker was beginning to fall on the side of the ballads. It was working on the charts, but some of Gill's older fans -- those familiar with his multifaceted talent -- began to grow weary of him playing it so safe. There are only three uptempo cuts on When Love Finds You: the tough rockabilly swagger that is at the heart of "South Side of Dixie," the honky tonk shuffle "What the Cowgirls Do," and the midtempo country-rocker "You Better Think Twice." The rest are ballads -- every last one of them -- but there are a few real gems, including the opener, "Whenever You Come Around," and the stunning title track.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/7/1994
  • Label: Mca Nashville
  • UPC: 008811104726
  • Catalog Number: 11047
  • Sales rank: 3,832

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Vince Gill Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Alison Krauss Background Vocals
Ricky Skaggs Background Vocals
Patty Loveless Background Vocals
Trisha Yearwood Background Vocals
Amy Grant Background Vocals
Michael McDonald Background Vocals
Matt Rollings Piano
Dawn Sears Background Vocals
Charlie Ainley Overdubs
Barry Beckett Piano
Stuart Duncan Fiddle
John Hughey Steel Guitar
John Jarvis Synthesizer, Piano
Jonell Mosser Background Vocals
Steve Nathan Organ, Hammond Organ
Michael Omartian Synthesizer, Piano, Accordion
Michael Rhodes Bass
Tom Roady Percussion
Randy Scruggs Acoustic Guitar
Milton Sledge Drums
Steuart Smith Electric Guitar
Carlos Vega Drums
Billy Joe Walker Jr. Electric Guitar
Pete Wasner Synthesizer, Keyboards
Willie Weeks Bass
Jeff White Background Vocals
Marty Williams Overdubs
John Barlow Jarvis Piano, Wurlitzer, Synthesizer Pads
Billy Thomas Background Vocals
Billy Joe Walker Electric Guitar
Technical Credits
Al Anderson Composer
Graham Lewis Engineer
Tony Brown Producer
Charlie Ainley Engineer
Derek Bason Engineer
Tony Brown Producer
Vince Gill Composer
Tony Green Engineer
John Guess Mastering
Glenn Meadows Mastering
Craig White Engineer
Chuck Ainlay Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Vince at his best

    Go Rest High On The Mountain is Vince Gill at his best. Beautiful sound. I play that track over and over and it gives me chills each time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    #1

    Vince at his best. I love the women he picks to harmonie. How could it not sound good with Patty, Allison and Trisha on it They're geat singers. He sure can pick the women to go with that beautiful voice!

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