: Timeless

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by: Martina Mcbride

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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Sbme/Rca
EAN: 0828767242521
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 5050022575
Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Sony Music Canada Inc.
MPN: MFR828767242521#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Sony Music Canada Inc.
Release Date: October 18, 2005
Running Time: 55 minutes
Studio: Sony Music Canada Inc.

Disc 1:
  1. You Win Again
  2. I'll Be There
  3. I Can't Stop Loving You
  4. (I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden
  5. Today I Started Loving You Again
  6. You Ain't Woman Enough
  7. Once A Day
  8. Pick Me Up On Your Way Down
  9. I Don't Hurt Anymore
  10. True Love Ways
  11. 'Til I Can Make It On My Own
  12. I Still Miss Someone
  13. Heartaches By The Number
  14. Satin Sheets
  15. Thanks A Lot
  16. Love's Gonna Live Here
  17. Make The World Go Away
  18. Help Me Make It Through The Night
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
This is an album full of classic country songs from throughout the ages, and it's sure to be an instant classic itself. The first single, 'Rose Garden', which produced a number one in 1970 for Lynn Anderson is already rising up the charts. RCA. 2005.
In paying tribute to her roots, Martina McBride doesn't merely cover a selection of classic country favorites, she conjures an entire era. You'd swear that was Floyd Cramer playing piano on the album-opening "You Win Again," and Chet Atkins picking guitar on the following "I'll Be There." The steel guitar featured so prominently throughout Timeless recalls a time when country sounded distinctly--and proudly--different from rock, while the background chorale on "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Once a Day," as well as the soaring strings on "Rose Garden," remind one of the "countrypolitan" crossover sound. Except for a delicate rendering of Johnny Cash's "I Still Miss Someone," McBride's versions don't really add anything to the originals, because these songs weren't missing anything. But she makes "I Don't Hurt Anymore" sound as fresh and pure as it did when Hank Snow recorded it more than a half-century ago, while her rendition of "Till I Can Make It on My Own" has all the brittle conviction that Tammy Wynette invested in it. --Don McLeese

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