Monday, November 19, 2007

Vince Gill When Love Finds You Contemporary Country Music CD Review

One word depicts the cadmium When Love Finds You from Vince Gill... AWESOME!

Refreshingly, this was one of those CDs I was able to just protrude in and comfortably listen to from beginning to end. Every path is gratifying and was pretty easy for me to listen to from start to finish.

These years it's a very rare cadmium on which every single song is good or better than the 1 before it. This cadmium is certainly one of those rare CDs.

Overall When Love Finds You is outstanding from beginning to end. One of those CDs that after a few listens the songs are just etched into your memory. A must have got for the Contemporary Country fan. Really dramatic from beginning to end.

While this full cadmium is really very good the truly standout melodies are path 1 - Whenever You Come Around, path 7 - South Side Of Dixie, and path 11 - Go Rest High On That Mountain.

My Bonus Pick, and the 1 that got Sensitive [ in "Stuck On REpeat"] is path 6 - If There's Anything I Can Do. Wow!

When Love Finds You Let Go Of Notes:

Vince Gill originally released When Love Finds You on June 7, 1994 on the MCA Records label.

CD Path List Follows:

1. Whenever You Come Around

2. You Better Think Twice

3. Real Number Lady's Man

4. What The Cowgirls Do

5. When Love Finds You

6. If There's Anything I Can Do

7. South Side Of Dixie

8. Maybe Tonight

9. Which Bridge To Cross (Which Bridge To Burn)

10. If I Had My Way

11. Go Rest High On That Mountain

Personnel: Vince Gill (vocals, acoustic & electrical guitar, mandolin); Randy Scruggs (acoustic guitar); Steuart Ian Smith (guitar); Toilet Hughey (steel guitar); Gilbert Stuart Isadora Duncan (fiddle); Barry Beckett, Flatness Rollings (piano); Toilet Barlow Jarvis (piano, electrical piano, Hammond B-3, keyboards, synthesizer); Steve Nathan (Hammond B-3); Pete Wasner (Wurlitzer, keyboards, synthesizer); Willie Weeks, Michael Cecil Rhodes (bass); Carlos Vega, John Milton Sled (drums); Uncle Tom Roady (percussion).

Background vocals: Truncheon Thomas, Jonell Mosser, Jeff White.

Recorded at Soundstage Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.

All songs written or co-written side Vince Gill.

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