Jasper County is Trisha Yearwood's 10th studio album which was released on September 13, 2005 by MCA Nashville.

Album Background[]

Trisha Yearwood took a four-year break from recording after 2001 mainly because she began a relationship with Garth Brooks (whom she would later marry) and creative time.


  1. Who Invented The Wheel 3:23
  2. Pistol 3:18
  3. Trying To Love You 3:46
  4. River Of You 3:36
  5. Baby Don't You Let Go 2:42
  6. Standing Out In A Crowd 3:20
  7. Georgia Rain 5:08
  8. Sweet Love 3:44
  9. Try Me 3:10
  10. Gimme The Good Stuff 3:31
  11. It's Alright 2:08
  12. Love Will Always Win (duet with Garth Brooks) 4:39

Chart Performance[]

"Jasper County" peaked at #4 on the Billboard 200 and topped Billboard's Top Country Albums chart.

Critical Reception[]

Allmusic wrote that the album is one of "Yearwood's most entertaining albums, but one of her richest records, in both musical and emotional terms as well."

Billboard wrote: "Yearwood can pack more feeling into one line of a song than most artists can on an entire album, and the material on "Jasper County" gives her plenty of opportunity to work her magic."

Entertainment Weekly wrote that the album "beats her '90s efforts.... Yet any personality dissipates amid the average tunes" while The New York Times said that it "doesn't always play to her strengths."