When I Call Your Name

When I Call Your Name

After a five-year climb, Vince Gill became a full-blown country star with When I Call Your Name. Working a honeyed tenor that could melt stone, he packs plenty of passion into a set of mostly self-penned songs (featuring assists from all-star co-writers like Guy Clark and Rosanne Cash). While Gill can kick out rockers with authority (“Ridin’ the Rodeo”), it’s the ballads that made his name; just try to keep those eyes dry throughout the title track.

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