Bonus tracks:
1. Almost New
2. I Only Have Eyes For You

B-sides:
1. Wait A Minute

No Place That Far is the second album released by country singer songwriter Sara Evans. The first single, “Cryin’ Game”, only made it to #56. However, it produced Evans’ first Number One country hit in its second single, the title track. “Fool, I’m a Woman” was released as the final single, peaking at #32. The album was certified gold by the RIAA for American sales of 500,000 copies.

Sara Evans’ previous album, Three Chords and The Truth, was a commercial failure. Many people attributed this to the fact that the sound of country music was changing to more of a “country pop” sound. Evans realized why her album did not sell well and was willing to conform to the current Nashville sound.
Evans wanted this album to contain songs that were top-notch, and which would allow her to showcase her vocal talents as well. Though the songs lean toward the “country pop” sound, they also retain elements of traditional country influences found on her debut album.

“Fool, I’m a Woman” was included as a track on the CMT Girls’ Night Out compilation album a year later. Evans performed the song on the CMT Girls’ Night Out special which featured harmony vocals provided by Martina McBride, Lorrie Morgan, and Mindy McCready; this was used as a music video. The song was then featured on Evans’ compilation album Feels Like Home, and also features the harmony vocals from the other performers.

Edited by HowSpiffing on 11 Nov 2011, 15:30

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