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All-Time Greatest Hits

The Judds

 

 2017 - Curb Records.  It is said that you can never go home; however, you can revisit memories of home when you listen to music.  Music is the perfect catalyst to awaken the memories of long forgotten events in our lives.  Naomi and Wynonna, The Judds, bring us back to the good ole days when country music had value, context, heart and soul with this incredible collection of songs.  Who ever compiled this twenty-one cut album was pure genius as they researched each of the projects released by this award-winning duo to create a finely calibrated collection.  This project follows the Judds entire career from the opening song all the way to the final cut.  The album opens with “Mama He’s Crazy” taken from their 1983 album, Wynonna & Naomi.  The album continues with three songs taken from their 1984 album, Why Not Me, with the title cut, “Girls Night Out” and “Love Is Alive.”  Also included on this project are “Have Mercy,” “Grandpa (Tell Me About The Good Old Days),” “Cry Myself To Sleep,” and “Rockin’ With The Rhythm of The Rain” from their 1985 album Rockin’ With The Rhythm.  In 1987, this mother and daughter duo released their forth album called Hearland.  “Don’t Be Cruel,” “I Know Where I’m Going,” “Maybe Your Baby’s Got The Blues,” and “Turn It Loose” are included as well as “Give A Little Love” and “Change of Heart” from their Greatest Hits album.  Their 1989 album River of Time created more hit songs including “Young Love,” “Let Me Tell You About Love,” and “One Man Woman;” all are included on this project.  It was their final album, Love Can Build A Bridge, that gave us three great songs with “Born To Be Blue,” “One Hundred And Two,” and the title cut.  This project closes with “Flies On The Butter (You Can’t Go Home Again)” that brings this project all together.  We may not be able to go back home, but we can go back in time with great songs such as these!  It is highly unbelievable that someone has yet to purchase a Judds album, nonetheless if you find yourself to be that person – then this is the album to purchase.  The only thing better than this combination, would be an anthology of all of the songs that Wynonna and Naomi recorded in their careers as The Judds. $$$$$

 

(This review was printed in the July / August 2018 issue of Strictly Country Magazine.)

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