Take Me As I Am On the surface, newcomer Faith Hill might seem a Reba McEntire clone without the histrionics. But though she often lapses into tonality and phrasing not… Take Me As I Am On the surface, newcomer Faith Hill might seem a Reba McEntire clone without the histrionics. But though she often lapses into tonality and phrasing not… Faith Hill Country
Music Review

Take Me as I Am (1994)

EW's GRADE
B+

Details Lead Performance: Faith Hill; Genre: Country

On the surface, newcomer Faith Hill might seem a Reba McEntire clone without the histrionics. But though she often lapses into tonality and phrasing not unlike McEntire's, Hill lacks her contrivance and goes for a wider scope of material, from the intelligent spouse-abuse ballad ''I Would Be Stronger Than That'' to the openhearted yearning and libidinal heat of Take Me As I Am.

Originally posted Dec 10, 1993 Published in issue #200 Dec 10, 1993 Order article reprints
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