(2001) There You'll Be

Faith Hill

... read moreReleased in 2001, There You'll Be: The Best of Faith Hill was a collection designed for international markets, intending to introduce the American superstar to the world. As such, it presents her as a pop star, including remixes of "Breathe" and "The Way You Love Me" (that are nevertheless also...

56′:25″ 14 Songs

1
There You'll Be
Faith Hill
3:43
2
This Kiss (Pop Remix A.K.A. Radio Version)
Faith Hill
3:16
3
Breathe (Tin Tin Out Edit)
Faith Hill
3:57
4
The Way You Love Me (Love To Infinity Radio Mix)
Faith Hill
2:59
5
Let Me Let Go (David Foster Version)
Faith Hill
4:09
6
Piece Of My Heart (Pop Remix)
Faith Hill
3:42
7
If My Heart Had Wings (Single Remix)
Faith Hill
3:36
8
There Will Come A Day
Faith Hill
4:16
9
Love Will Always Win
Faith Hill
5:09
10
My Wild Frontier
Faith Hill
4:57
11
You Give Me Love
Faith Hill
3:35
12
Somewhere Down The Road
Faith Hill
5:38
13
Over The Rainbow
Faith Hill
3:18
14
Breathe (Pop Version)
Faith Hill
4:10
Released 01 October 2001, 2001 Warner Records Inc.

Review

Released in 2001, There You'll Be: The Best of Faith Hill was a collection designed for international markets, intending to introduce the American superstar to the world. As such, it presents her as a pop star, including remixes of "Breathe" and "The Way You Love Me" (that are nevertheless also present in their original versions), as well as her biggest crossover hits from Breathe, Faith, and It Matters to Me. This doesn't contain all of her hits, but it contains all the big hits, along with the brand new title track and some dubious selections (why is "Over the Rainbow" here?), but on the whole, it's a good summary of her poppiest material, which is often among her best, but be forewarned -- this does not contain all of her best, and it was released before her full-fledged pop album, Cry, and it's entirely likely that it will be replaced by a better, more comprehensive American collection in the future. With that in mind, this does get a recommendation, since it does have the hits, but for those reasons, it's a qualified recommendation. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine