By Robyn Collins
Country superstar Faith Hill will release a new compilation album, Deep Tracks, on November. 18. The record will include three previously unreleased songs, “Boy,” “Why,” and “Come to Jesus.”
The album will also feature songs from four of Hill’s previous albums that were never released as singles.
As for the previously unreleased material, “Boy” is one of the most recent songs Hill recorded, reports The Boot. “Why” is a favorite of her husband, Tim McGraw. “It was and sadly still is today an important message,” Hill said in a press release.
“Come to Jesus,” has special meaning for Hill. “This is for my mom, who has wanted me to record a gospel album for years,” she said. “It is also very personal for our family because I recorded this song during the last couple of weeks that [McGraw’s father] Tug McGraw battled with brain cancer. Tim played him my rough cut, and Tug listened to it multiple times a day until his passing [on Jan. 5, 2004].”
Deep Tracks is expected to be the singer’s final release with Warner Bros.
In April, Hill and McGraw will embark on their co-headlining 2017 Soul2Soul Tour.
The track list for Deep Tracks
“Somebody Stand By Me”
“If I Should Fall Behind”
“If This Is the End”
“Back to You”
“If You Ask”
“You Stay With Me”
“Wish for You”
“Come to Jesus”
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