Where Your Road Leads

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Where Your Road Leads
Studio album by Trisha Yearwood
Released July 14, 1998
Genre Country
Length 41:20
Label MCA Nashville
Producer Tony Brown and Trisha Yearwood (tracks 1-10)
Allen Reynolds (track 11)
Trisha Yearwood chronology
(Songbook) A Collection of Hits
(1997)(Songbook) A Collection of Hits1997
Where Your Road Leads
Real Live Woman
(2000)Real Live Woman2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]
Chicago Tribune(favorable)[2]
Entertainment WeeklyC+[3]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide3/5 stars[4]

Where Your Road Leads is the seventh studio album by country music singer Trisha Yearwood, released in 1998 by MCA Nashville.

The album reached #3 on the Billboard country albums chart. The singles "There Goes My Baby", "Where Your Road Leads", "Powerful Thing" and "I'll Still Love You More" were all released from this album, peaking at #2, #18, #6 and #10, respectively, on the Billboard country music charts between 1998 and 1999. The title track was co-written by Victoria Shaw, who originally recorded it on her 1995 album In Full View. Buddy Miller provides harmony vocals on the track "Bring Me All Your Lovin'." "I'll Still Love You More" was written by Diane Warren, who also wrote Yearwood's hit from the previous year, "How Do I Live."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "There Goes My Baby" (Annie Roboff, Arnie Roman) — 3:49
  2. "Never Let You Go Again" (Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Tommy Sims) — 3:17
  3. "That Ain't the Way I Heard It" (Jamie O'Hara) — 3:48
  4. "Powerful Thing" (Al Anderson, Sharon Vaughn) — 2:56
  5. "Love Wouldn't Lie to Me" (Terry Radigan, Don Schlitz) — 3:47
  6. "Wouldn't Any Woman" (Bob DiPiero, Michele McCord, Mark D. Sanders) — 3:25
  7. "I'll Still Love You More" (Diane Warren) — 4:21
  8. "Heart Like a Sad Song" (Roboff, Roman) — 3:19
  9. "I Don't Want to Be the One" (Paul Brady, Carole King) — 4:04
  10. "Bring Me All Your Lovin'" (Kenny Greenberg, Allison Moorer, Doyle Primm) — 5:08
  11. "Where Your Road Leads" (Desmond Child, Victoria Shaw) — 3:26
  12. "One More Chance" (J. D. Souther, Jack Tempchin) — 3:30 (Australia/Japan bonus track)
  13. "I Have A Love" (Japan bonus track)



As listed in liner notes.[5]

Choir on "Where Your Road Leads": Bergen White, Kimberly Fleming, Vicki Hampton, Mark Iveey, Mike Elred, Lisa Cochran, Dennis Wilson, Lisa Silver. Choral vocals arranged by Bergen White.

Strings on "Heart Like a Sad Song" and "Where Your Road Leads" by the Nashville String Machine. Strings on "Where Your Road Leads" by Steve Nathan.


  • Chuck Ainlay — mixing
  • Jeff Balding — engineer, overdubs
  • Tony Brown — producer
  • Don Cobb — editing
  • Duke Duczer — assistant engineer, mixing assistant
  • Mary Beth Felts — make-up
  • Mark Hagan — engineer
  • David Hall — assistant engineer
  • Russ Harrington — photography
  • Joe Hayden — engineer
  • Rory Kaplan — executive producer
  • Jeff Levison — remastering
  • Bill Neighbors — assistant producer
  • Jessie Noble — project coordinator
  • Denny Purcell — mastering
  • Mark Ralston — mixing, mixing assistant
  • Allen Reynolds — producer
  • Glen Spinner — assistant engineer
  • Tim Waters — overdub
  • Ric Wilson — remastering

Chart performance[edit]


Chart (1998) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 3
U.S. Billboard 200 33
Canadian RPM Country Albums 2
Canadian RPM Top Albums 41


Year Single Peak chart positions
US Country US CAN Country
1998 "There Goes My Baby" 2 93 4
"Where Your Road Leads" (with Garth Brooks) 18 18
1999 "Powerful Thing" 6 50 1
"I'll Still Love You More" 10 65 6


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Chicago Tribune review
  3. ^ Entertainment Weekly review
  4. ^ Brackett, Nathan; Christian Hoard (2004). The Rolling Stone Album Guide. New York City, New York: Simon and Schuster. p. 894. ISBN 0-7432-0169-8.
  5. ^ Where Your Road Leads (CD liner notes). Trisha Yearwood. MCA Nashville. 1998. MCAD 70023.