... possibly. Certainly it would be in my top 2. Look at that track listing. The only way to improve it, IMHO, would to remove "Airplane". Which for some reason annoys me. That aside, "3 Hits", "Galileo" and "Ghost" are simply classics, tight harmonies and awesome guitar work. "Joking" rocks big time, and if you haven't driven cross country with all the windows down, sun roof open, with shades on, the wind messing with your hair whilst listening to this track cranked up to ear-bleeding loud - you have to. Trust me.
"Jonas & Ezekial" - I can't help myself, I have to sing along to this, ditto for "Love will come to you". Two songs that are so different, but so quintessentially the Indigo Girls.
Amy's rendition of "Romeo and Juliet" sends shivers down my spine every time I hear it. Angry, dark and passionate. I loved the original, but Amy's take on it is way, *way* better.
"Virginia Woolf" and "Chickenman" ? see my comments for "Jonas and Ezekial" and "Love will come to you" above.
"Airplane", I skip over.
"Nashville" is simply brilliant, a scathing comment on that music industry town, delivered via sumptuous vocals and an assured melody.
How could you equal that ?
Well, with the next track "Let it be me". I'm running out of superlatives now, have I used 'fantastic' yet ? No ? Well it is. So there.
The version of the album that I have, ends on the next track - "Cedar Tree". A great, if somewhat sombre offering, that I greatly enjoy. Though more often than not, I dial back to the previous two tracks, and just re-enjoy them again.
In short: this album rules, buy it.