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Another one from the top drawer by Trisha
on 13 July 2001
It is Trisha Yearwood's sheer vocal power which stands her head and shoulders above the rest of country music's leading female artists. While the tracks which featured on her last album didn't allow her to really express her unique vocal abilities, Inside Out most certainly does. There are a good number of big ballads on this album, which is where Trisha really excels. The single, I Would've loved you anyway, I don't paint myself into corners and Harmless heart all show off Trisha Yearwood's beautiful vocal range. However, for me the classic track is Melancholy Blue, a tale of struggling to come to terms with the death of a lover. For those who prefer more uptempo numbers, you will not be disappointed with tracks such as For a while and Seven Year Ache, which will soon have you singing along. A first class album from the first lady of contemporary country.