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Reba Duets

Reba McEntire

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Faith Hill aside, no one has come close to claiming Reba McEntire’s queenly throne since she de-emphasized her country music career in favor of other pursuits. Her ability to combine vocal dramatics with a sense of vulnerability remains unequalled — so why not celebrate the fact in the company of her peers? This seems to be the idea behind Reba Duets, an album pairing her with a surprising variety of talents from the country, rock and pop realms. The results are mostly top-notch, due to shrewd choices in material and masterful performances by Reba and her partners. As might be expected, McEntire teams up well with Ronnie Dunn on the Southwestern-styled “Does The Wind Still Blow In Oklahoma?” and finds the tender spot within “These Broken Hearts” in tandem with Vince Gill. More eyebrow-raising are match-ups with Justin Timberlake (the wistful “The Only Promise That Remains”) and Carole King (the buoyant “Everyday People”). Reba soars highest in the company of Trisha Yearwood (“She Can’t Save Him”) and LeAnn Rimes (“When You Love Someone Like That”). Reba Duets finds McEntire in truly distinguished company — though, in the end, there’s only one queen.

Customer Reviews

Reba reclaims her throne as THE Queen of Country Music!

Most 'Duets' albums are full of fluff and are only marketing tactics to get a hit. Reba proves that a 'Duets' album can be not only good but great! The songs are classic Reba with tales of real life. I was least excited about the Kenny Chesney duet but after one listen I was sold on it. It will bring a tear to your eye as does the magnificent 'Sleeping With The Telephone'. Not only does she sound amazing with Faith Hill but the story brings to life the heartache of being home when your loved one is serving a civic ot national duty. The song HAS to be released as a single if only for the video treatment that Faith and Reba could deliver. The Justin Timerlake collaboration is amazing. It's a nice quiet piece that's almost acoustic and allows Reba's voice to shine. Last but not least is the pure country classic 'Does the Still Blow in Oklahoma'. What can I say other than there is nothing better than hearing Reba sing a true country song. Brilliant!

REBAPALOOZA!!

It's been a long time since we've had some really great new Reba stuff, fans, but this is it! With guest star appearences from all genres, Reba hits a right note! I would buy this anyday, which I have, and play it over and over. Great job Reba!

Reba Is the GREATEST!!!!

Reba Is the GREATEST!!!! Reba by herself is beyond awesome, and with her singing with friends is a dream come true. Every song on this album is fantastic!!! She is beautiful, talented, and has a heart of gold. Thank you Reba for making this album. It's one I will charish forever!!!

Biography

Born: March 28, 1955 in McAlester, OK

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Reba McEntire was the most successful female recording artist in country music in the 1980s and 1990s, during which time she scored 22 number one hits and released five gold albums, six platinum albums, two double-platinum albums, four triple-platinum albums, a quadruple-platinum album, and a quintuple-platinum album, for certified album sales of 33.5 million over the 20-year period. While she continued to sell records in healthy numbers into the 21st century, she expanded her activities as an actress...
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