This review is hard for me to write because I love Reba but I don't love this CD. Some of the songs are great but most are just OK. I'll go over each song so I can still say some nice things :)
1. When You Love Someone Like that - Reba and LeAnn Rimes: Excellent harmony and nice lyrics
2. Does The Wind Still Blow in Oklahoma? - Reba and Ronnie Dunn: They don't sing together a lot but when they do it is splendid. Lyrics are ok.
3. Because of You - Reba and Kelly Clarkson: They sound amazing together and the lyrics are especially powerful.
4. Faith in Love - Reba and Rascal Flatts: I should start by saying I'm biased because I deeply dislike Rascal Flatts. Ok now I don't like the way they sound together but that probably has more to do with me not liking RF. I guess the lyrics are ok. Easily my least favorite on the album.
5. She Can't Save Him - Reba and Trisha Yearwood: These two sound great together! The song is wonderful and has a great message for all those women who've tried to save/change their loved ones.
6. Everyday People - Reba and Carole King: They sound good together, not as great as some of the other pairings but nice. The lyrics are great! Very uplifiting, makes you have faith in people again.
7. Every Other Weekend - Reba and Kenny Chesney: All I can say is wow. They sound as good as good can get. This is my favorite kind of song...one that tells a story so well I can see it in my mind like a movie.
8. These Broken Hearts - Reba and Vince Gill: I was really excited to hear these two together again because previous duets with them were amazing. Unfortunately it is more like they take turns so I wasn't very impressed. I also don't like the overdone background vocalists on this track. Lyrics are so so. Overall I think I was most dissapointed with this track.
9. Sleeping With The Telephone - Reba and Faith Hill: These two compliment each other well although they are only singing together on the chorus. The lyrics are great and I'm sure match the way many military spouses feel. I'm not sure why with the lyrics and singers I don't like it more but it is definately missing something.
10. The Only Promise That Remains - Reba and Justin Timberlake: They sound great together but the constant repeating of what feels like every other word drove me nuts.
11. Break Each Other's Hearts Again - Reba and Don Henley: They sound ok together. I like the lyrics and would possibly like the song better with different singers.