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These Days


Download links and information about These Days by Vince Gill. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 43 tracks with total duration of 02:44:48 minutes.

Artist: Vince Gill
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Country, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 43
Duration: 02:44:48
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No. Title Length
1. Workin' On a Big Chill 4:02
2. Love's Standin' 4:05
3. Cowboy Up 4:00
4. Sweet Thing 3:20
5. Bet It All On You 4:26
6. Nothin' for a Broken Heart 3:03
7. Son of a Ramblin' Man 2:45
8. Smilin' Song 2:59
9. The Rhythm of the Pourin' Rain 3:25
10. Nothin' Left to Say 3:56
11. What You Don't Say 5:02
12. The Reason Why 2:50
13. The Rock of Your Love 3:50
14. What You Give Away 4:52
15. Faint of Heart 4:29
16. Time to Carry On 4:08
17. No Easy Way 3:39
18. This Memory of You 3:42
19. How Lonely Looks 5:10
20. Tell Me One More Time About Jesus 4:00
21. Everything and Nothing 4:01
22. Which Way Will You Go 4:10
23. These Days 3:55
24. This New Heartache 3:31
25. The Only Love 3:52
26. Out of My Mind 3:17
27. The Sight of Me Without You 4:06
28. I Can't Let Go 3:27
29. Don't Pretend With Me 2:30
30. Some Things Never Get Old 4:09
31. Sweet Little Corrina 2:50
32. If I Can Make Mississippi 3:43
33. Take This Country Back 3:37
34. All Prayed Up 2:16
35. Cold Gray Light of Gone 4:03
36. A River Like You 4:49
37. Ace Up Your Pretty Sleeve 3:32
38. Molly Brown 4:18
39. Girl 4:29
40. Give Me the Highway 3:14
41. Sweet Augusta Darlin' 3:12
42. Little Brother 4:45
43. Almost Home 5:19



Those familiar with Vince Gill’s music know how broad his musical reach is – country, jazz and rock have all contributed to his eclectic sound. Still, even a committed fan might’ve been surprised by the creative ambition displayed on his 2006 release These Days. A four-disc helping of new recordings is a rarity, not to mention a risky career move. What serves to unite these lovingly-rendered tunes is the warmth of Gill’s high-tenor voice and the inspired craftsmanship of his writing. With albums devoted to uptempo rock, romantic balladry, honky-tonk country and acoustic bluegrass/folk, These Days covers a lot of ground, and Gill makes the journey flow whether he’s kicking up dust on rockers like “Sweet Thing,” delving into barroom pathos with “This New Heartache” or invoking Appalachian memories on “Cold Grey Light Of Dawn.” The ballads disc is especially strong, pairing Gill with such duet partners as Emmylou Harris (“Some Things Never Get Old”) and Diana Krall (“Faint Of Heart”). Making his creative risks pay off, Gill turns These Days into a celebration of American music itself.