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Vince Gill, When I Call Your Name

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1564374

Disk length: 36m 14s (10 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 1989

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. Never Alone 3:37
2. Sight For Sore Eyes 3:09
3. Oh Girl (You Know Where To Find Me) 3:43
4. Oklahoma Swing (with Reba McEntire) 3:08
5. When I Call Your Name 4:15
6. Ridin' The Rodeo 2:55
7. Never Knew Lonely 4:02
8. We Won't Dance 4:37
9. We Could Have Been 3:30
10. Rita Ballou 3:12

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Vince Gill's 1989 MCA debut album (following a couple of unsuccessful efforts on RCA) was produced by Tony Brown, whom Gill had met 10 years previously when both were members of Emmylou Harris's Hot Band. With its hair-raising harmony vocals by Gill and Patty Loveless, the mournful title track proved to be the breakthrough hit Gill had been waiting for. The album includes another lovely ballad called "Never Knew Lonely," as well as a duet with Reba McEntire on "Oklahoma Swing," which has since evolved into a guitar rave-up in Gill's live sets. --Rick Mitchell

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When I Call Your Name

Tracks: 10, Disk length: 36m 14s

When I Call Your Name

Tracks: 10, Disk length: 36m 14s

When I Call Your Name

Tracks: 10, Disk length: 36m 17s (+0m 3s)

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