Mindy McCready (album)

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Mindy McCready
Studio album by Mindy McCready
Released March 26, 2002
Recorded at The Sound Shop Recording Studios, Nashville, Tennessee[1]
Genre Country
Label Capitol Nashville
Producer Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (tracks 2, 3, 5-11)
Mike Clute and Bobby Huff (tracks 1 and 4)
Mindy McCready chronology
I'm Not So Tough
(1999)
Mindy McCready
(2002)
I'm Still Here
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
About.com (favorable)[2]
Allmusic 3/5 stars[3]
Entertainment Weekly C[4]

Mindy McCready is the title of the fourth studio album from American country music singer Mindy McCready. It was released on Capitol Nashville in 2002 as her only album for the label. This album peaked at #29 on the US country charts. The album included three singles, "Scream", "Maybe, Maybe Not" (later recorded by Mila Mason on her 2003 album Stained Glass Window), and "Lips Like Yours". Steve Mandile, lead singer of the band Sixwire, co-wrote the track "Don't Speak". "The Fire" was originally recorded by Chely Wright on her 1999 album Single White Female.

The album was produced by Billy Joe Walker, Jr., except for "Maybe, Maybe Not" and "Be with Me", which were produced by Mike Clute and Bobby Huff.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Maybe, Maybe Not"   Jim Collins, Mila Mason 3:38
2. "Lips Like Yours"   Alex Call, Bobby Whiteside 3:52
3. "Lovin' Your Man"   Steve Booker, Robin Lerner 3:54
4. "Be with Me"   Stephanie Bentley, George Teren 3:51
5. "The Fire"   Leslie Satcher 3:12
6. "Scream"   Jenai, Helen Darling 3:38
7. "I Just Want Love"   Jim Daddario, Will Robinson, Aaron Sain 3:44
8. "Don't Speak"   Steve Mandile, Phil Vassar, Julie Wood 4:12
9. "If I Feel Your Hand"   Dillon Dixon, Jennifer Hicks 4:00
10. "You Get to Me"   Brett James, Troy Verges 3:32
11. "Tremble"   James, Holly Lamar 3:50

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 29

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Mindy McCready (album) at OLDIES.com
  2. ^ About.com review
  3. ^ Allmusic review
  4. ^ Nash, Alanna (2002-03-29). "Mindy McCready: Mindy McCready". Entertainment Weekly: 75.