This is an excellent collection of songs about relationships, good and bad. Yearwood's vocal chops get a serious workout on the opening track, "There Goes My Baby," as she soars to Roy Orbison-like heights to tell the story of a woman who lets a good man slip away.
She handles ballads like "Love Wouldn't Lie To Me" with a delicate, Tammy Wynette-like finesse, but she's at her most impressive when belting out you-done-me-wrong rockers like "Wouldn't Any Woman.
I Fall to Pieces. I'll Still Love You More. The Woman Before Me. Jude Johnstone. Real Live Woman. Bobbie Cryner. Melancholy Blue. Believe Me Baby I Lied. I Wanna Go Too Far. Layng Martine, Jr. The video featured a controversial scene at the beginning where Yearwood exits a bath and is seen returning to her bedroom to sit on the bed while wearing only a towel wrapped around her. As the video progresses, Yearwood is seen getting dressed and leaving the house, where she is eventually soaked by the pouring rain as her former lover passes by.
It aired on CMT upon its official release. The video was a departure from the wholesome image of her previous videos. Yearwood has since admitted that she was very uneasy about her family particularly, her father seeing her in such a provocative fashion.
It also became her first single since to reach a peak in the Billboard Hot at number How Do I Live 2. Xxx's and Ooo's An American Girl 3. I Would've Loved You Anyway 4. Wrong Side of Memphis 5. The Song Remembers When 6. A Perfect Love 8. Real Live Woman 9. Down On My Knees Thinkin' About You Powerful Thing I'll Still Love You More"Icon" af Trisha Yearwood - CD (Compact Disc). På engelsk. Genre: Country. Udgivet i USA, 31/ Vejer g.