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Souvenirs

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Download links and information about Souvenirs by Vince Gill. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to World Music, Country genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 54:22 minutes.

Artist: Vince Gill
Release date: 1995
Genre: World Music, Country
Tracks: 15
Duration: 54:22
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Never Alone 3:35
2. Never Knew Lonely 3:45
3. When I Call Your Name 4:14
4. Liza Jane 2:53
5. Look at Us 3:58
6. Take Your Memory With You 2:32
7. Pocket Full of Gold 4:05
8. The Heart Won't Lie (featuring Reba Mcentire) 3:20
9. Don't Let Our Love Start Slippin' Away 3:43
10. I Still Believe in You 3:57
11. No Future in the Past 4:08
12. Tryin' to Get Over You 3:43
13. One More Last Chance 3:10
14. I Can't Tell You Why 4:02
15. I Will Always Love You (featuring Dolly Parton) 3:17

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Drawn largely from Vince Gill's first three albums for MCA Records, 1989's When I Call Your Name, 1991's Pocket Full of Gold, and 1992's I Still Believe in You, Souvenirs functions as a greatest-hits collection from what is arguably Gill's finest period as a solo artist. Gill's smooth tenor singing is practically the definition of modern slow-burning country sincerity, all done with a touch of that bluegrass "high lonesome" sound, and his ease with ballads frequently obscures the fact that he is one hell of a guitar player when he decides to be. Highlights on this easy to like set are duets with Reba McEntire ("The Heart Won't Lie") and Dolly Parton ("I Will Always Love You"), an interesting cover of the Eagles' "I Can't Tell You Why," and the infectious and upbeat "Liza Jane," which lets Gill rock things out a little. Souvenirs isn't the last word on Vince Gill, who continues to record and release quality contemporary country and bluegrass albums, but there isn't a better single-disc introduction to the commercial side of his output than this one.