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Every Girl

Trisha Yearwood

  • Genre: Contemporary Country
  • Release Date: 2019-08-30
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14
  • ℗ 2019 Gwendolyn Records, LLC
USD 9.99 On itunes

Tracks


Reviews

  • The Matador is epic

    5
    By Hand Mixer
    The matador is a song of lyrical genius Miss Yearwood meets old Madonna and The Tijuana Brass. Those far away horns give me goosebumps.
  • Welcome back-Wow

    5
    By bklynlen
    Great album, great voice. I am not a country fan per se. But, I have always been a fan of this amazing singer. Just stumbled on this album today checking out the top 200 albums on Itunes. So glad I did. Welcome back, Trisha.
  • Country radio missed you

    4
    By Josue2019
    I wish we could hear more female vocalists like you who sing real country. your voice is gorgeous. It's epic and big, but still country. Good stuff. great vocal collaborations!
  • Better than ever!

    5
    By Rwest80
    From start to finish, a throwback to classic Trisha with plenty of fresh tracks. Simply one of the best. Hope it’s not a decade before we get more.
  • Country Class All The Way

    5
    By AFANinNC
    Trisha Yearwood has put together another first class album including a few duos with fellow all-stars-- that enhance her god given talent. Obviously I am a fan.... this won't dissappoit!
  • Solid vocals

    5
    By Cdestein
    Trisha Yearwood hasn’t consistently released music the last 20 years, but as a result her voice has stayed in absolute prime form. The album’s highlights include “Bible and a .44” a beautiful duet with Patty Loveless, Gretchen Peters “The Matador”, “Workin On Whiskey” is classic Yearwood with a stellar vocal, and a heart wrenching ballad “When Lonely Calls”. Some songs however are not up to the Trisha Yearwood standard. “Drink Up”, perhaps one of the oddest choices of her career seems like a female version of a Garth Brooks B cut, the Kelly Clarkson track “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” is forgettable to say the list and “Home” “Something Like It” and “Cant Take Back Goodbye” are easy to forget. Not the best album of her career as she’s had some amazing ones, but still better than 100% of what’s coming out of Nashville these days.
  • Eh it’s okay.

    2
    By Adriana M. Hillstrom
    Had no idea she’s almost 60! Make up does wonders with photoshop.
  • AMAZING

    5
    By Cowgirluv99
    Thank you for staying country Trisha. Your voice is beautiful. I could listen to you all day.
  • Plain awesome!

    5
    By Third Eye Boy
    Real country. Real Voice. Authenticity like we’ve not heard in years. Thank you Trisha for recording a plain awesome album. I’m moved. I’m stoked. I’m inspired. I’m in awe. God Bless.
  • Love it! True Trisha

    5
    By Jerseylor
    So great to have this voice out there again. Worth the wait. Trisha is showing all the new country voices how it’s done. Well done!

Videos from this artist

Albums from this artist

  • Trisha Yearwood: Greatest Hits
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Songbook: A Collection of Hits
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Every Girl
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Jasper County
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Let's Be Frank
    Trisha Yearwood
  • The Sweetest Gift
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Trisha Yearwood
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Love Songs
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Hearts In Armor
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Thinkin' About You
    Trisha Yearwood
  • The Song Remembers When
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Real Live Woman
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Everybody Knows
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Where Your Road Leads
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Christmas
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Inside Out
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Big Bang Concert Series: Trisha Yearwood (Live)
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Ballads
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Broken (From “The Passion: New Orleans” Television Soundtrack) - Single
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Every Girl in This Town - Single
    Trisha Yearwood
  • Georgia Rain (Acoustic) - Single
    Trisha Yearwood