Vince Gill's affable, low-key personality may belie his formidable talent, but truth be told, he is one of country music's most impressive triple-threats as a singer/songwriter/musician.

Vince Gill's affable, low-key personality may belie his formidable talent, but truth be told, he is one of country music's most impressive triple-threats as a singer/songwriter/musician. He is also a heck of a producer, as he shows here on his own, after several projects with mega-producer Tony Brown. With a generous 17 cuts, highlights are many, including the savvy boogie of the title cut; the swaying, soulful "She Never Makes Me Cry"; and top-shelf ballads like "Someday," "Two Hearts," and "These Broken Hearts." Versatile to the extreme, Gill can wax Mexicali with authority ("We Had It All"), bite hard on killer country ("You Ain't Foolin' Nobody"), and cut a cool rug ("The Sun's Gonna Shine on You" and Cajun-inflected "Old Time Fiddle"). Closers "This Old Guitar and Me" and "In These Last Few Days" are subtle perfection and fitting caps to a crowning achievement.—RW