The Love Songs (Clint Black album)

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The Love Songs
Clint Black, The Love Songs.jpg
Compilation album by Clint Black
Released January 30, 2007
Genre Country
Label Equity
Producer Clint Black
Clint Black chronology
16 Biggest Hits
(2006)16 Biggest Hits2006
The Love Songs
When I Said I Do
(2013)When I Said I Do2013
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars link

The Love Songs is a 2007 (see 2007 in music) album by country singer Clint Black. It consists of newly recorded versions of many of his love songs along with a cover version of Jim Croce's "I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song".

According to Black, many of the songs remain true to the original version while a few get a slight update. "I wanted to do a record that's not just a reissue of hits," Black said. "Sometimes when I go back and revisit my older recordings, I find little things that, in hindsight, I feel I could improve on just a bit—some new twist that might make it just a little bit better. It might be a slight change in the arrangement, or the way vocals are layered. And there were also times when I listened to a particular recording and felt there really wasn't a change that would make it better."

The album cover was designed by Peter Max and depicts Black with wife Lisa Hartman Black.

Track listing[edit]

1."When I Said I Do" (Duet with Lisa Hartman Black)Black4:33
2."You Made Me Feel"Black, Michael McDonald4:33
3."Something That We Do"Black, Skip Ewing4:38
4."Our Kind of Love" (duet with Carolyn Dawn Johnson)Black, Shake Russell4:06
5."My Imagination"Black, Matt Rollings3:53
6."Like the Rain"Black, Hayden Nicholas4:15
7."You Know It All"Black, Steve Wariner4:24
8."That Something in My Life"Black, Kostas2:55
9."One Emotion"Black, Nicholas2:51
10."Half the Man"Black, Nicholas3:04
11."Easy for Me to Say" (duet with Lisa Hartman Black)Black, Nicholas5:33
12."I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song"Jim Croce2:34




  • Zack Berry — production coordinator, assistant engineer
  • Clint Black — producer
  • Zeke Clark — assistant engineer
  • Ricky Cobble — engineer, mixing
  • Steve Lockhart — technical support
  • Ray Rogers — engineering support
  • Hank Williams — mastering

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
US Top Country Albums 37
US Top Independent Albums 24