Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits

Martina McBride's first best-of, 2001's Greatest Hits, created a sort of self-fulfilling prophecy. Not only did it contain the biggest tunes from her career's first decade, like the jubilant, rocking "My Baby Loves Me" and the tender, tear-jerking romantic ballad "Valentine," but it also willed a new batch of hits into existence. Stomping "When God-Fearin' Women Get the Blues," exultant "Blessed," bittersweet "Where Would You Be," and poignant "Concrete Angel" were all previously unreleased bonus cuts that went on to become big singles.

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