A Place In The Sun Songs Ranked

A Place in the Sun is the fifth studio album by American country music artist Tim McGraw. It was released on May 4, 1999. “Please Remember Me” was nominated for Best Male Country Vocal Performance at the 2000 Grammy Awards. “My Best Friend” was nominated in the same category the following year. The CD was originally available with a limited edition booklet that had two transparent sleeves inside. Subsequent releases have all the same information, though without the transparent pages. Here are all of A Place In The Sun songs ranked.

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10. The Trouble With Never

“Probably his best all-round album, and a sign of how good a country singer working within the restraints of Nashville can be when he can bring some fresh new twists to old formulas.”

9. She’ll Have You Back

“Tim began as a traditional country singer as his debut album shows, but he gradually moved into the pop-country market. So although the credits on this album (his fifth) include fiddle and steel guitar, you won’t find too much evidence of Tim’s roots here.”

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8. My Best Friend

“The track “My best friend” is the sort of love song I can handle not overly syrupy and pretty mature attitude, it was another big hit, and could have been written about Tim and Faith who by this point were like Country Music royalty.”

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7. Some Things Never Change

“McGraws strength (no one is better at it) has always been his ability not only to choose great songs, but choose songs he has not written and make them his own so much that its impossible to tell he did not write them.”

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6. Something Like That

“Tim still gets up-tempo here. “Something Like That” is a catchy song about what the first romance feels like (remember the line about the “barbecue stain on my white T-shirt”);”

5. Carry On

“The Mark Collie penned “Carry on” is the type of religious song that gets a message across without being preachy. “Carry On”, about keeping a positive attitude in the face of adversity, is another great song.”

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4. Eyes of a Woman

“I like Tim’s music whatever he sings – whether traditional or contemporary, rousing up-tempo songs or mellow love songs, he has proved his versatility. This mellow pop-country album may not please everybody but if you’re into this type of music, it doesn’t get much better than this.”

3. A Place in the Sun

“Arguably Tim McGraw’s best album to date (arguably because each one is so stellar-each album from Everywhere forward are neck and neck, albeit each excel in certain areas), a Place in the Sun finds country’s greatest ear picking songs at a time he was newly in love and experiencing his greatest success to date.”

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2. You Don’t Love Me Anymore

“The Kim Carnes written track “You don’t love me anymore” is very well done the type of power ballad some people hate, but here it works.”

1. Please Remember Me

“I have always loved the Rodney Crowell track “Please Remember Me” and TM does the song justice and it is on par with the original. Masterful. Please Remember Me is, simply, one of the greatest recordings ever made.”