14 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As Trisha Yearwood’s first album of new material in a dozen years, produced by her longtime studio partner Garth Fundis, Every Girl serves as a reminder of the breadth of her abilities and the strength of her voice—an instrument that blends honeyed luxury and unaccented simplicity. She brings both emotive force and knowing finesse to adult contemporary ballads like the liltingly nostalgic “Home,” “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” (featuring harmonies from Kelly Clarkson), and “Love You Anyway,” a vow of devotion that reunites Yearwood with her old singing partner Don Henley. She’s sly and teasing during the roadhouse boogie “Something Kinda Like It” and summons down-home dignity during “Bible and a .44” and bruising fervor during the Spanish-tinged singer-songwriter tune “The Matador.” The title track also returns her to familiar territory—depicting womanly strength that's not diminished by gender roles and expectations—at a time when such messages also speak to the plight of a new generation of female performers striving to carve out their places in the country format.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

As Trisha Yearwood’s first album of new material in a dozen years, produced by her longtime studio partner Garth Fundis, Every Girl serves as a reminder of the breadth of her abilities and the strength of her voice—an instrument that blends honeyed luxury and unaccented simplicity. She brings both emotive force and knowing finesse to adult contemporary ballads like the liltingly nostalgic “Home,” “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” (featuring harmonies from Kelly Clarkson), and “Love You Anyway,” a vow of devotion that reunites Yearwood with her old singing partner Don Henley. She’s sly and teasing during the roadhouse boogie “Something Kinda Like It” and summons down-home dignity during “Bible and a .44” and bruising fervor during the Spanish-tinged singer-songwriter tune “The Matador.” The title track also returns her to familiar territory—depicting womanly strength that's not diminished by gender roles and expectations—at a time when such messages also speak to the plight of a new generation of female performers striving to carve out their places in the country format.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
80 Ratings

80 Ratings

Cookie is the man! ,

Simply the best pure female voice in country music

Like fine wine, Trisha only gets better with age! The perfect blend of power, smoothness, harmony and spirit- Miss Yearwood never disappoints. She masters her craft like few others and brings her traditional sound with new inspiration. Keep em coming Trisha!!!

bsstroud1985 ,

Mrs. Yearwood is BACK!!!!

I am ecstatic to hear your beautiful voice once again on the radio. Your voice is sounding just as fantastic as ever. 🔥🔥👏🏻👏🏻🙂🙂 🎶 🎸

JustinFCourtney ,

Like wine you get better with Time

Quite possibly the best album of your career! Incredible voice and some incredible song choices! Made my day to hear you and Patty Loveless on Bible and a .44! Wow!!! Release Drink Up as a single! It’s a hit and a fun tune for for you to share with the masses. Much love always! -Justin F Courtney

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