Editors’ Notes Vince Gill’s career hit its commercial zenith with this 1994 chart juggernaut. The country heartthrob’s incandescent croon is guaranteed to melt ladies’ hearts upon impact. Alongside the ballads—both contemporary- and classic-sounding—that made Gill a phenomenon, there’s a dash of rowdy rock ‘n’ roll (“You Better Think Twice,” “What the Cowgirls Do”) and a soulful splash of gospel (“Go Rest High on That Mountain”), showing off the formidable supply of surprises that this eclectic singer/songwriter had up his sleeve.