To stir interest in her record as well as Brooks & Dunn
's, Reba McEntire
recorded a duet with the duo called "If You See Him/If You See Her," and both artists named their respective new albums after the song. It was a way to draw attention for both parties, since they were no longer new guns -- they were veterans in danger of losing ground to younger musicians. Brooks & Dunn
happened to deliver an enjoyable, albeit workmanlike, album, while McEntire
remains a powerful, charismatic vocalist, but she's stripped away many of her country roots on this record, deciding to craft a country-pop album that plays as an adult contemporary record.