Four discs, 43 songs and just about every genre country has ever been in bed with: These Days is a massive fashion show of an album that finds Vince Gill wearing myriad hats, and wearing them well. He rocks -- on both slow-burning blues and good old boy grooves. He croons -- his wholesome tenor soaring through a bevy of ballads. He dabbles in bluegrass, gospel, even jazz dueting with everyone from Diana Krall to Del McCoury. The honky-tonk-happy third disc is the highlight, but the whole shebang reaffirms the kind of Everyman/Jack of All Trades charm Gill's built his career on.