QUOTE(cbjones001 @ Oct 21 2006, 05:37 PM)
Not sure if anyone posted this but here is the review from Billboard magazine:
These DaysVINCE GILLRelease Date: October 17, 2006
Producer(s): Vince Gill, John Hobbs, Justin Niebank
Label: MCA Nashville
Vince Gill has added his golden guitar and tenor voice to innumerable country projects, and noncountry acts ranging from Barbra Streisand to the Chieftains frequently come calling. So it's no surprise that when Gill approached some of his favorites to appear on this remarkable four-disc set, everyone from Sheryl Crow, Del McCoury and Bonnie Raitt came running. Ranging from traditional country and bluegrass to jazz and rock, the package has four distinct components—"Workin' On a Big Chill: The Rockin' Record," "The Reason Why: The Groovy Record," "Some Things Never Get Old: The Country & Western Record" and "Little Brother: The Acoustic Record"—and Gill had a hand in writing all 43 tracks. There's a lot to love here and picking a favorite is nearly impossible, but Gill's duet with Diana Krall on "Faint of Heart" evokes images of an intimate performance in a dark, smoky bar that draws the listener right in. —Kristina Tunzi
Very good review and I absolutely LOVE Faint Of Heart.
I had heard that song before (only vocal )on a cd called Benoit ,Freeman Project 2 .Strictly jazz instrumental .I think that's amazing .