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  • Audio CD (4 Nov 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B00006AVEZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 73,744 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  1. Beautiful To You (Album Version) 3:440.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Dancin' In God's Country (Album Version) 4:020.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. It Didn't Look Like Alcohol (Album Version) 4:280.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Life Had Other Plans (Album Version) 3:410.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Forgive (Album Version) 3:580.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. It's My Job To Fall (Album Version) 4:120.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Jesus And Bartenders (Album Version) 3:580.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. This Love (Album Version) 4:010.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. When Did You Ever Listen To Me (Album Version) 3:040.79  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Memorized (Album Version) 3:560.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Pink Flamingo Kind Of Love (Album Version) 3:100.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Softly And Tenderly (Album Version) 3:100.79  Buy MP3 

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By IrishCountryGal on 5 Sep 2008
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Rebecca Lynn is well known for her songwriting skills aswell as her powerful voice.Both are used perfectly on this little gem.
This album includes a great selection of pop/country tunes including the catchy uptempos When Did You Ever Listen To Me,Memorized,Pink Flamingo Kind Of Love and Life Had Other Plans.There's also the big ballad and title track Forgive,she really belts this one out perfectly (but without oversinging).
Although thankfully she does dip her toes into a more traditional country sound with songs like Jesus And Bartenders,It Didn't Look Like Alcohol both are great hurtin' songs and the toe tapping uptempo Dancin' In God's Country.It's these songs where Rebecca really gets to shine as her voice is pure country.
She wraps up the album with her Grammy winning performance of the gospel song Softly And Tenderly,which is just beautiful.Her voice is just stunning on this and a great way to finish the cd.
Rebecca has such a fantastic tone to her voice,it's kind of a mixture of a bit of Patty Loveless,a little Carrie Underwood and a little Trisha Yearwood.
All in all a fantastic album that you simply can't go wrong with.Highly recommeded.You won't be disappointed......
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I am a recent fan of RLH having only heard a couple of songs previously. So after listening to a few more I decided to get this.
And Im so glad I did. She has an incredible voice along the lines of Tina Arena, Rachel Proctor plus any other female singers you can think of that make the hairs on the back of your neck stick up. Her country ideas show through and steep the album in luscious guitars and melodies. But the album also has a radio slant that is friendly on the ears. Not strictly a country album full of country songs but you can easily tell where its roots are from.

Standout tracks "Beautiful to you, Didnt look like alcohol, Forgive (amazing!!!), Memorized"... but really they are all spectacular... no need for the skip button.

Country music brought into the mainstream which many country artists dont achieve. This one does.

Her self titled album is also on a par with this... go check it out.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Incredible! 16 Sep 2002
By Deanna - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I purchased Rebecca Lynn Howard's sophomore release based on the fact that I loved the song "Forgive." I had never even heard of her prior to listening to that song. It's honestly one of the best albums I've bought recently. There's not a song on here I don't enjoy, which is rare, because there's usually at least one song on an album I don't like. Rebecca has a very powerful voice that shines on songs like "Memorized," "This Love" and the title track. She also co-wrote seven of the songs on here, which always make me appreciate a singer's work more.
Fantastic harmonies, lovely melodies and fun, toe-tapping songs make "Forgive" a must have album for country fans! Below is a brief summary of each song on the CD.

1. "Beautiful To You"- An upbeat song about a girl saying she's happy as can be since she is beautiful to her boyfriend.
2. "Dancin' in God's Country"- A pure country tune!
3. "It Didn't Look Like Alcohol"- A song about a man struggling with his life.
4. "Life Had Other Plans"- A song about plans not happening and then realizing that maybe life has other ideas for you.
5. "Forgive"- Rebecca's first hit single about a woman's husband admitting that he's been cheating and him asking for her forgiveness. Faith Hill was supposed to record this song.
6. "It's My Job To Fall"- A beautiful song about being there for someone who's had somebody walk out on them.
7. "Jesus and Bartenders"- An amusing song about a similarity that Jesus and bartenders share ("They hear things that men don't tell their wives/Sinful secrets whiskey brings to light/One man offers comfort from the cross/The other only comfort on the rocks").
8. "This Love"- A gorgeous ballad about being in a perfect, fairy tale-like relationship.
9. "When Did You Ever Listen To Me"- A song about a woman saying she's planning on leaving her man because he has never listened to her.
10. "Memorized"- A melancholy song about a lost love and how she's memorized everything about him.
11. "Pink Flamingo Kind of Love"- A fun, lighthearted tune about a simple life.
12. "Softly and Tenderly"- A traditional religious song. Very pretty!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The little lady with a BIG voice 25 Jan 2003
By K. Stuckey - Published on
Format: Audio CD
After overcoming what seems like insurmountable odds, Rebecca Lynn Howard has 'made it'. Her new CD shows her vocal chops, alongside her already well-established writing skills.

The songs on this CD range from the fun, pop-oriented "Beautiful to You" to the powerful first single "Forgive" and the award-winning gospel "Soft and Tenderly". Also "It Didn't Look like Alcohol" is a powerful song about one man's battle with the bottle; "Life Had Other Plans For Me" is a positive song about how everything happens for a reason, even if it doesn't make sense at the time; "Pink Flamingo Kind of Love" is an upbeat song about not having a lot of money, but being rich in another way. My favorite song is the toe-tappin' ode to small town life "Dancin' in God's Country", she throws in a couple of great Bob Wills-esque 'a-ha's.

Skip Shania, forget Faith, reach for Rebecca Lynn Howard's CD in the store!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Good Sophomore Set 23 Sep 2002
By J. M. Zuurbier - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Rebecca Lynn Howard returns with her sophomore effort FORGIVE which is a unique blend of traditional country mixed with contemporary country. The title track and first single is one of the summer's hottest ballads in country music, showing her range, a song about discovering a lovers betrayal and trying to cope with the pain. "Beautiful To You" opens up the album, a good uptempo number with cool instrumentation, a song about feeling beautiful because you're loved. "It's My Job To Fall" is a definate highlight on this CD, a beautiful ballad. Same goes for the strong ballad "Memorized" about a lost love, but still remembering everything because it was memorized. "This Love" sports some great vocals, and "Pink Flamingo Kind of Love" is a fun upbeat number with catchy lyrics and a killer backing track. Other highlights include the traditional "Jesus and Bartenders", the ballad "When Did You Ever Listen To me" and the closing "Softly and Tenderly". Overall this is a well rounded effort that deserves more than a few listens.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
On the way to Graceland... 17 Aug 2004
By D. Hioki - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I took my wife and parents to the Grand Ole Opry in October 2003, just after this album was released. RLH sang two songs, a funny one about breaking up with a boyfried and "Forgive". When she belted out that ballad, I turned to my wife and said, "She's gonna be a huge star one day." After the show, of course, we stopped in the gift shop and grabbed the CD. Good stuff.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Impressive Sophomore Album 11 Sep 2002
By Maren Cuykendall - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Rebecca Lynn Howard's self-titled debut CD was stunning. It was obvious then how talented this young lady is. She writes and she can sing as well as anyone. She has Martina-like pipes and uses them well. Rebecca wrote or co-wrote 7/12 songs on her second album "Forgive". Rebecca scores again and proves to us that she's still that same talented woman that she was with her debut album. The title track is going up the charts right now and it's a winner. A song about infidelity and the feelings of anger and sadness and confusion that go along with it. There is a little something for everyone on this Rebecca's style has a very wide range. "Beautiful To You"-the opening track is very pop sounding, but a great tune indeed. But the very next track "Dancin' In God's Country" is as country as it gets. It's nice that Rebecca is not ashamed to show her true country roots. Another standout on the album is "This Love". The song could have been just another generic love song, but this one offers something more. The arrangement and instruments are stunning on this song. "When Did You Ever Listen To Me" shows Rebecca with attitude, and rightly so. You won't be able to help yourself...this song will get you singing along. "Memorized" is another beautiful ballad and is a song about lost love. It's very sad, but Rebecca keeps it fresh. The album closes with "Softly and Tenderly", the song she contributed to "The Apostle" soundtrack. She does it complete justice and it's amazing to hear her sing this song. This is a great effort from Rebecca. There are many likeable tunes on this album. Yet, some can become forgettable. But we can "forgive" her for that. If this is a sign of what is to come from Rebecca, then we're in for a real treat. If you like hard-core country or country-pop, you'll like this album. And that's pretty rare for an album that can appeal to both audiences.
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