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Sing Chapter 1

Wynonna Judd

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

A quarter century into her recording career, Wynonna reasserts herself as one of country music’s great song stylists on Sing Chapter 1. Producers Brent Maher and Don Potter have helped her fashion an album that sounds both challenging and completely appropriate to her natural style. Wynonna tackles an assortment of (mostly) vintage country, pop, and R&B tunes with palpable vigor and innate Southern elegance. She turns up the heat on “That’s How Rhythm Was Born” (a rollicking ‘30s-style girl group number), “I’m a Woman” (a funky feminist declaration), and “I Hear You Knocking” (the classic Smiley Lewis blues tune, spurred on by hot slide guitar). Even better is her brooding take on Hank Williams’ immortal “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” and her heart-tugging reading of Burt Bacharach’s “Anyone Who Had a Heart.” She transforms the album’s title song (by Rodney Crowell) into a personal anthem. There are no false moves or flubbed opportunities here — Wynonna makes good on her ambition and turns Sing into a celebration of both America’s musical traditions and her own evergreen talent.

Customer Reviews

Classics Done Right!

First, the choice of songs is quite amazing. Going back as far as the 1930's to modern times and capturing the many different genres of music makes this album quite unique. What puts this album over the top is her voice. Singing ballads, rock, bluegrass, country and pop in the style and tone she has done is simply beautiful. I'm looking forward to "Sing Chapter 2".

Freaking amazing once again

Juddstanding! It is a beautifully crafted collection of songs enhanced by Wynonna's incredible vocals. I have heard many versions of "Women Be Wise" from Bonnie Raitt, Sippy Wallace and other blues artists. Wynonna's version is just as incredible with an awesome bluesy feel. I love that Wynonna did a remake of "Ain't No Sunshine" what a beautiful song. And if I am not mistaking, Wynonna's voice sounds stronger and clearer than ever. What I particularly like about this cd is that Wynonna's vocals are way out front as they should be.

WOW .. wasn't expecting this.

I remember trying to two-step to 'Tell Me Why' way back in 1994 and thinking 'I really like this.' But I haven't thought much of Wynonna since. I am blown away by this album. The sheer musicality and range of this disc shows that Wynonna is totally in her element and a force to be reckoned with. Check out 'Women Be Wise', 'Anyone Who Had a Heart' and the title track 'Sing'. I'm recommending this one to all my friends.

Biography

Born: May 30, 1964 in Ashland, KY

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

As one half of the Judds, Wynonna Judd became one of the most popular and respected female country stars of her time. On her own since the early '90s, Judd demonstrated an eclecticism that increasingly confounded hardcore country fans and radio programmers but also helped her retain a core of admiring followers. Her solo records might stick with...
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