McGraw is an artist that can spin a tale with only his soulful voice against a canvas of music. He starts his fourth record by painting a vivid picture of a simple, loving country life with "Where the Green Grass Grows," which gives the listener the … see full wiki
I don't normally go for this type of "pop" country music, but I have to admit that this album is an exception to the rule. "Where the Green Grass Grows," "Everywhere," and "Just to See You Smile" standout as songs that dance the fine line between pop and progressive country. Mind you, this album is not for those who plan to be moved in any way, it still has a few of those silly songs that the teenagers enjoy, but it is a nice retreat from standard country pop fare. So sit back, pop open a cold one, and listen to this thing before you realize it's Faith Hill's husband.