12 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On her first release as a sexagenarian, Reba McEntire continues speaking to the everywoman’s ups and downs. She stays true to her musical identity while remaining current, as on the pulsing, hard-edged pop-rock production of “Until They Don’t Love You,” which documents love’s sometimes disastrous timing. Elsewhere, she delivers sassy sentiments on the fist-pumping survivor song “Livin’ Ain’t Killed Me Yet,” and paints a picture of a woman bouncing back from heartache with a vengeance on “Going Out Like That.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

On her first release as a sexagenarian, Reba McEntire continues speaking to the everywoman’s ups and downs. She stays true to her musical identity while remaining current, as on the pulsing, hard-edged pop-rock production of “Until They Don’t Love You,” which documents love’s sometimes disastrous timing. Elsewhere, she delivers sassy sentiments on the fist-pumping survivor song “Livin’ Ain’t Killed Me Yet,” and paints a picture of a woman bouncing back from heartache with a vengeance on “Going Out Like That.”

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