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Faith in You is an album released in 2000 by American country music singer Steve Wariner. His third and final release for Capitol Nashville, it includes the singles "Faith in You" and "Katie Wants a Fast One", the latter a duet with labelmate Garth Brooks. Also included is the radio edit of the Clint Black duet "Been There", from Black's 1999 album D'lectrified.[1]

Critical reception

Giving it three stars out of five, William Ruhlmann praised Wariner for the multiple musical styles on the album, saying that "country is a music that rewards adherence to its heritage, and country has no more faithful servant than Steve Wariner."[2]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."High Time"Steve Wariner, Marcus Hummon, Annie Roboff4:11
2."Faith in You"Wariner, Bill Anderson3:54
3."I Just Do"Wariner3:06
4."Katie Wants a Fast One" (duet with Garth Brooks)Wariner, Rick Carnes3:08
5."Turn in the Road"Wariner, Jim Witter4:22
6."Make It Look Easy"Wariner, Anderson3:29
7."It Wouldn't Be Love"Wariner, Joe Barnhill2:57
8."Waiting in the Wings"Wariner, Billy Kirsch4:05
9."Been There" (duet with Clint Black)Wariner, Clint Black3:49
10."Longer Letter Later"Wariner, Rodney Crowell4:33
11."Blinded"Wariner, Anderson, Sharon Vaughn3:46
12."I Wish I Were a Train"Wariner, Hummon4:08
13."Bloodlines"Wariner2:49
Total length:48:16

Personnel

  • Chuck Ainlay – mixing
  • Bob Bailey – background vocals (1,11)
  • Eddie Bayersdrums (2,3,6,7,11,12)
  • Clint Blackharmonica (9), producer, background vocals (9), lead vocals (9)
  • Steve Black – background vocals
  • Holly Bonds – crowd noise (4)
  • Kevin Bonds – crowd noise (4), noise
  • Bekka Bramlett – background vocals (4)
  • Jason Breckling – production assistant
  • Steve Brewster – brush drums (2), drum programming (1,10), trash cans (4)
  • Garth Brooks – lead vocals (4)
  • Lenny Castropercussion (9)
  • Lisa Cochran – background vocals (1,11)
  • Eric Conn – digital editing
  • Doug DeLong – production assistant
  • Jerry Douglasdobro (9)
  • Stuart Duncanfiddle (9)
  • Tom Flora – background vocals (2)
  • Paul Franklin – dobro (11), lap steel guitar (12), pedal steel guitar, steel guitar (2,3,6,7,12)
  • Ron Gannaway – drums (1,4,5), percussion (10)
  • Randy Gardner – engineer, string engineer
  • Sonny Garrish – steel guitar (5)
  • Carl Gorodetzky – concert master (2,5,8)
  • Gary Grant – trumpet (9)
  • Barry Greentrombone (4)
  • Carlos Grier – digital editing
  • Vicki Hampton – background vocals (1,11)
  • Mike Haynes – trumpet (4)
  • Aubrey Haynie – fiddle (2,3,6,7,12), mandolin (11)
  • Jerry Hey – trumpet (9)
  • Dan Higginsbaritone saxophone (9)
  • Bob Horn – production assistant
  • Jim Horn – horn arrangements (4), baritone saxophone (4)
  • Marcus Hummon – acoustic guitar (12)
  • Denise Jarvis – production assistant
  • John Barlow Jarvispiano (1,4,5,12)
  • Abraham Laboriel Sr. – bass guitar (9)
  • Sam Levine – tenor saxophone (4)
  • Woody Lingle – bass guitar (1,4,5)
  • Richard Madenfort – acoustic guitar (5,6,12)
  • Brent Masonelectric guitar (2,3,6,7,11)
  • Jimmy Mattingly – fiddle (1)
  • The Nashville String Machine – strings (2,5,8)
  • Steve Nathan – Hammond B-3 organ (1,6,11), synthesizer (1,5,7,10,12)
  • Joel Peskin – tenor saxophone (9)
  • Denny Purcell – mastering
  • Steve Real – background vocals (9)
  • William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. – trombone (9)
  • Tom Roady – percussion (1,2,4,6,7,8,11,12)
  • John "J.R." Robinson – drums (9)
  • Matt RollingsWurlitzer (11), piano (2,3,6,7,8,9)
  • John Saylor – production assistant
  • Joey Schmidt – accordion (10)
  • Mike Severs – acoustic guitar (4)
  • Harry Stinson – hand drums (13), background vocals (1,2,4,6,7,11,12)
  • Caryn Wariner – crowd noise (4), production assistant
  • Ross Wariner – "Power" guitar (1), crowd noise (4)
  • Ryan Wariner – electric guitar (13)
  • Steve Wariner – bass (10), 12-string acoustic guitar (7), 12-string electric guitar (1), acoustic guitar (1,5,9,10,11,12), acoustic guitar solo (4), classical guitar (5,8,10), electric guitar (10,13), electric B-bender guitar (11), electric baritone guitar (1), high electric guitar (7), lap steel guitar (4), guitar solos (7), crowd noise (4), papoose (4), producer, background vocals (6,7,10,12), lead vocals
  • Terry Wariner – baritone guitar (13), mouth percussion (13), background vocals (5,8,10)
  • Biff Watson – acoustic guitar (2,3,6,7,8,11)
  • Bergen White – string arrangements (2,5,8)
  • Glenn Worf – acoustic bass (3,8,12), electric bass (2,6,7,11)
  • Reggie Young – electric guitar (1,4,5)

Chart performance

Chart (2000) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 31[3]

References

  1. Whitburn, Joel (2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc. pp. 447–448. ISBN 0-89820-177-2. 
  2. Ruhlmann, William. "Faith in You review". Allmusic. Retrieved 18 September 2011. 
  3. "Faith in You charts". Allmusic. Retrieved 18 September 2011. 

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