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Album: Love Will...
# Song Title   Time
1)    When I Stop Loving You More Info... 3:21
2)    So What If I Do More Info... 3:26
3)    Come See Me More Info... 2:58
4)    Right Now More Info... 3:10
5)    Every One Of You More Info... 3:15
6)    The Altar Of Your Love More Info... 3:33
7)    Kiss You All Over More Info... 5:14
8)    If The Sun Comes Up More Info... 4:31
9)    Say No To A Woman More Info... 3:39
10)    Watch The World End More Info... 4:40
11)    Love Will More Info... 3:56
 

Album: Love Will...
# Song Title   Time
1)    When I Stop Loving You More Info... 3:21
2)    So What If I Do More Info... 3:26
3)    Come See Me More Info... 2:58
4)    Right Now More Info... 3:10
5)    Every One Of You More Info... 3:15
6)    The Altar Of Your Love More Info... 3:33
7)    Kiss You All Over More Info... 5:14
8)    If The Sun Comes Up More Info... 4:31
9)    Say No To A Woman More Info... 3:39
10)    Watch The World End More Info... 4:40
11)    Love Will More Info... 3:56
 
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  • Audio Mixer: Mickey Jack Cones.
  • Editor: Mickey Jack Cones.
  • Photographer: Russ Harrington.
  • This is a romantic album, as the title Love Will... suggests: sweet, soulful, and slow, almost entirely ignoring the honky tonk that was once Trace Adkins' stock in trade. In its stead comes a duet with Colbie Caillat, a singer who has nothing to do with country, and a cover of Exile's disco-country classic "Kiss You All Over" cut with the group itself, two indications that Adkins is mining a distinctly smooth and seductive territory, one that sonically could cross over into the pop mainstream if it weren't for his burly baritone, a signature that keeps him planted in country. This is country music but it's rooted in the masculine slickness of the heyday of urban cowboy. The occasional slight Auto-Tune placed on Adkins' voice strongly signals this album was cut in the present day but, otherwise, Love Will... plays a bit like a throwback to the glory days of soft country, crossed with a little bit of new millennial production flair (chiefly achieved in the echo, ringing, single-note riffs that are there for texture, not hooks). Perhaps Love Will... doesn't make itself known the way earlier Adkins records did, but this is charmingly low-key and suggests a nice mature second act as a crooner for the singer. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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