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The Time Has Come


Download links and information about The Time Has Come by Martina McBride. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 31:46 minutes.

Artist: Martina McBride
Release date: 1992
Genre: Country
Tracks: 10
Duration: 31:46
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No. Title Length
1. The Time Has Come 2:33
2. That's Me 3:51
3. True Blue Fool 2:57
4. Losing You Feels Good 3:19
5. Walk That Line 2:48
6. Cheap Whiskey 3:08
7. I Can't Sleep (VSO'd Mix) 2:45
8. A Woman Knows 3:17
9. The Rope 4:01
10. When You Are Old 3:07



Rest assured, it's highly unlikely that Martina McBride will ever issue another record that sounds like The Time Has Come. With co-producers Paul Worley and Ed Seay (who also worked with her on her breakthrough, The Way That I Am), McBride delivers a set of neo-traditionalist country and progressive country-inflected folk songs that showcase her ability to get to the heart of a song and turn it into something communicative and thought provoking. With a host of Nashville superpickers and backing vocalists from Garth Brooks and Carl Jackson to Kathy Chiavola, McBride turns in intense performances of the Emory Gordy/Jim Rushing classic "Cheap Whiskey" for a neo-honky tonk feel, as well as the stompin' nightclub country of the Longacre/Wilson-penned title track and the Lonnie Wilson/Charlotte Wilson/Herbert Wilson weeper "Losing You Feels Good." The album ends with Gretchen Peters' "When You're Old," a meditative love song delivered with the empathy, grace, and elegance that have become McBride's trademark. This is a very solid debut, even if it resembles none of her other work.