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Wynonna & Naomi

The Judds

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Album Review

Though it lacked a strong set of songs, the Judds' eponymous debut album established that the vocals of Wynonna and Naomi played off of each other beautifully, and songs like the hit "Had A Dream (For the Heart)" provide the foundation for their later hit singles. The best moments on The Judds have been compiled on their numerous hit compliation, yet it remains a pleasant listen for most dedicated fans.

Customer Reviews

This was great debut and a harbinger of things to come!

In addition to the classic "Mama He's Crazy" and the wonderful "Change of Heart" (which gave an inkling to the mischievous quality of Wynonna's voice), the other great songs on this album are "Cry Myself to Sleep", "John Deere Tractor" and "Had a Dream (For the Heart)". This mother and daughter team changed country music for the better and this was the album that started it all. (And the fact that Ashley Judd is also part of this family is just icing on a very delicious cake.)

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ok, i personally think wynonna sings better alone. i liked most of it. but, Had A Dream was not good at all, dream chaser is a good relaxing song though

Biography

Formed: 1979 in Ashland, KY

Genre: Country

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

Up until the rise of Brooks & Dunn in the '90s, the Judds were the most commercially successful duo in country music history. Mother Naomi and daughter Wynonna enjoyed an astounding run of 14 number one singles from 1984 to 1989, ranking them as one of the most popular country acts of the '80s. Their music combined elements of traditional country harmony singing, bluegrass, and Appalachian folk with pop, rock, and polished contemporary production. Moreover, Wynonna's powerful, bluesy, often sexy...
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