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Product Description Faith Hill returns with the long-awaited follow-up to her two previous Double-Platinum albums. Faith is the finest work yet from one of the biggest names in country music, and it’s bound to be her biggest success to date. Certified at 5 million units by the RIAA. (2/01) That Faith Hill would increase the pop elements of her music doesn’t come as a surprise. After all, she’s a youthful, vivacious woman plenty capable of gaining the mass appeal mined by fellow female country artists Shania Twain, LeAnn Rimes, and Deana Carter. What is surprising about Hill’s fourth album is how she brings new depth to her songs as well as a fresher, more pop-based sound. Instead of trying to out-sing Rimes or out-dance Twain, she works with producers Dann Huff and Byron Gallimore to create a distinctive country-pop style that is as mature as it is entertaining. As her massive crossover hit “This Kiss” proves, Hill and her collaborators know how to make the most of her limited voice and exuberant personality. The album has plenty of songs that use her talents, including the initial smash hit. –Michael McCall See all Editorial Reviews
I have only recently become a country music fan. I wasn’t sure I would like Faith Hill, but this was the first CD of hers I purchased. From the very first song “This Kiss,” I was instantly drawn into her music. What I love about her songs is that they are so real. “You Give Me Love” is so real and so strong. It’s nice to hear a song that a woman sings about a man who is crying for a change. “The Secret of Life” has taken some getting used to. It is not my absolute favorite on the CD. “Me” is the song that means the most to me since I have experienced trying to change for someone else in a relationship. And “I Love You” is a heart-jerker for those who have loved someone from afar. She has a big voice, and she nails each song on this CD. Give it a try! -Read Reviews-
Bought this for “This Kiss”, which is easily an “A” song. Also enjoyed “The Secret of Life”, which is a solid “B”However, beyond these two for me, there is not much going on. Lots of “C” )average) and “D” (below average) songs on this album. I generally like Faith Hill, but I was expecting a little more consistency given the high reviews on Amazon. As an Album, I give it a “D”. Barely passing, but well below average. It is too bad, because Faith is very talented artist.