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Everlasting by Martina McBride

Album

Everlasting

Martina McBride

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Album

Everlasting

Martina McBride

Play on Napster
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Label: Awal Records
Where other country covers albums have tended to find inspiration in either the genre's own standards or classic rock's biggest hits, McBride's Everlasting finds its source material in the R&B of the '50s and '60s. And while Garth attempted something similar with the fourth disc of his Blame It All On My Roots box set, McBride's selections are more ambitious -- going as deep as Etta James' "In the Basement" -- and her execution defter. "Suspicious Minds" doesn't sound fresh, exactly, but it doesn't sound tired -- an accomplishment in itself.

About This Album

Where other country covers albums have tended to find inspiration in either the genre's own standards or classic rock's biggest hits, McBride's Everlasting finds its source material in the R&B of the '50s and '60s. And while Garth attempted something similar with the fourth disc of his Blame It All On My Roots box set, McBride's selections are more ambitious -- going as deep as Etta James' "In the Basement" -- and her execution defter. "Suspicious Minds" doesn't sound fresh, exactly, but it doesn't sound tired -- an accomplishment in itself.

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About This Album

Where other country covers albums have tended to find inspiration in either the genre's own standards or classic rock's biggest hits, McBride's Everlasting finds its source material in the R&B of the '50s and '60s. And while Garth attempted something similar with the fourth disc of his Blame It All On My Roots box set, McBride's selections are more ambitious -- going as deep as Etta James' "In the Basement" -- and her execution defter. "Suspicious Minds" doesn't sound fresh, exactly, but it doesn't sound tired -- an accomplishment in itself.