Inside Out (Trisha Yearwood album)

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Inside Out
Studio album by Trisha Yearwood
Released June 5, 2001
Genre Country
Length 44:56
Label MCA Nashville
Producer Mark Wright
Trisha Yearwood
Trisha Yearwood chronology
Real Live Woman
(2000)Real Live Woman2000
Inside Out
Jasper County
(2005)Jasper County2005
Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic (75/100)[1]
Review scores
Source Rating 4/5 stars[2]
Allmusic 4/5 stars[3]
Billboard (favorable)[4]
E! Online B−[1]
Entertainment Weekly B[5]
Q 3/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[6]

Inside Out is the ninth studio album by country music singer Trisha Yearwood. It was her second studio album of the new millennium.

The album reached #1 on the Billboard country albums chart. The album also contained the bonus track, "You're Where I Belong", on UK, Asian and Australian releases. In the U.S., "I Would've Loved You Anyway" and the Don Henley duet title track were both released as singles; they peaked at #4 and #31, respectively, on the Billboard country charts. "I Don't Paint Myself into Corners" and "Melancholy Blue" were originally recorded by Rebecca Lynn Howard on her self-titled debut album. Yearwood's rendition was a #47 hit for her in 2002, while Howard's was a #67 in 2000.

Vince Gill served as background vocals for "I Don't Paint Myself into Corners." Don Henley duets with Yearwood on the title track. This is the first time Henley served as Yearwood's duet partner since 1992's "Walkaway Joe." The album includes a cover version of Rosanne Cash's "Seven Year Ache." Cash even served as one of the background vocalist for the song. The album was given a positive review by Allmusic, said the album was, "bound to inspire fans and fellow artists alike."[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love Alone" (Dan Colehour, David Grissom) – 4:19
  2. "I Would've Loved You Anyway" (Mary Danna, Troy Verges) – 3:41
  3. "For a While" (Matraca Berg, Ronnie Samoset) – 3:25
  4. "Seven Year Ache" (Rosanne Cash) – 3:35
  5. "I Don't Paint Myself into Corners" (Trey Bruce, Rebecca Lynn Howard) – 4:11
  6. "Harmless Heart" (Kim Patton-Johnston, Liz Rose) – 3:27
  7. "Inside Out" (Bryan Adams, Gretchen Peters) – 3:34
  8. "Love Let Go" (Hugh Prestwood) – 4:10
  9. "Melancholy Blue" (Tom Douglas, Harlan Howard) – 3:39
  10. "Second Chance" (Irene Kelley, Clay Mills, Tony Ramey) – 3:06
  11. "Love Me or Leave Me Alone" (Karyn Rochelle, Shaye Smith) – 3:30
  12. "When We Were Still in Love" (Jude Johnstone) – 4:19

There is a 13th unlisted track, "Squeeze Me In," a duet with Garth Brooks which was also released on his album Scarecrow. The 13th track is not in the Australian version.




  • Greg Droman – engineer, mixing
  • Chris Ferrara – design
  • Tony Green – assistant engineer
  • Todd Gunnerson – assistant engineer, mixing
  • Russ Harrington – photography
  • Steve Marcantonio – engineer
  • Justin Niebank – engineer
  • Jessie Noble – project coordinator
  • Maria Smoot – hair stylist
  • Hank Williams – mastering
  • Mark Wright – producer
  • Trisha Yearwood – producer



Chart (2001) Peak
U.S. Billboard 200 29
U.S. Top Country Albums 1


Year Single Chart Positions
US Country US
2001 "I Would've Loved You Anyway" 4 44
"Inside Out" (with Don Henley) 31
2002 "I Don't Paint Myself into Corners" 47


  1. ^ a b c Critic reviews at Metacritic
  2. ^ review
  3. ^ a b Allmusic review
  4. ^ "Billboard review". Archived from the original on June 8, 2001. Retrieved 2013-04-13. 
  5. ^ Entertainment Weekly review
  6. ^ "Rolling Stone review". Archived from the original on April 11, 2008. Retrieved 2009-06-27. 

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Preceded by
Set This Circus Down
by Tim McGraw
Top Country Albums number-one album
June 23–29, 2001
Succeeded by
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
by Various Artists