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Celebrating 25 years in the music business, Wynonna's 7th solo album includes a stunning collection of multi-genre standards from musical legends that have impacted Wynonna's personal life. Wynonna explains, 'Every genre of music is represented on this record. It's all the different chapters of my life. These are the songs that represent snapshots or chapters of everyday life in the Judd family'. Produced by the Grammy Award winning Brent Maher (The Judds, Nickel Creek, Kenny Rogers) and lifelong Judd family friend Don Potter, discover the album that has become known as Wynonna's musical DNA.
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  • Audio CD (February 3, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Curb Records
  • ASIN: B001L3EIZI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
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By Timothy Yap on February 3, 2009
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Is Wynonna singing her kiss of death? In today's volatile market where an artist is only as famous as his or her latest hit, Wynonna is in some precarious position considering that her last hit was 2005's "Attitude" which only peaked at a paltry 40th position. Instead of releasing a brand new CD stocked with potential hits, Wynonna has released "Sing," a covers album (save for one the title track which is a new song from the pens of Rodney Crowell). It really makes avid fans wonder: is this Wynonna's last contractual record for Curb? Does this mean that Wynonna's reign on the country singles chart days is over? Commerciality aside, this is stellar record with a palette of well chosen songs some of which are culled from the margins of the American songbook while others have had their time in the spotlight. Most exquisite is Wynonna's trademark vocals: she can still lacerate with fire and stone, whisper with understated vulnerability and rock like she's the unequivocal Big Bluesy Momma of all time. Further, former Judds' masterminds, producers Brent Maher and Don Potter allow each track to bare their individuality rather than confine them all to a cookie-cutter genre.

Wynonna takes a dip in the swampy mire of the Delta with the blues swing of "That's How Rhythm was Born," giving this Boswell Sisters hit a new lease of life. Changing gears into some good time rock n' roll is Wynonna's take on Stevie Ray Vaugh's "This House's Rocking" which finds the lady percolating along a funky groove.
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Wynonna Judd has an excellent voice and it's great that she has released another CD! This truly is an album with different types of music on it; and it all showcases Wynonna's ability to carry a tune in different genres of music and make it all sound just so easy. Wynonna possesses so much talent; and just one listen to this album proves it. It's also important to note that this is primarily a CD of cover songs by other artists; the only original song on this album is "Sing" which is by Rodney Crowell. This album is Wynonna's way of paying tribute to artists who have influenced her or who have impressed her along the way.

"That's How Rhythm Was Born" has Wynonna singing her heart out on this tune which is a wonderful tribute to the Boswell Sisters! The Boswell Sisters deserve to be remembered more than they are; but maybe with Wynonna's work here they will get noticed again. Wynonna delivers "That's How Rhythm Was Born" with lots of enthusiasm and the music fits in perfectly. "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" shines like a bright star when Wynonna Judd sings this with all her heart; I am very impressed. Hank Williams would be proud! There's also "I Hear You Knocking;" "I Hear You Knocking" has an awesome beat and the slight country twist on the arrangement lets Wynonna really put her own stamp on this classic ballad! "I Hear You Knocking" was written by Dave Bartholomew and Pearl King and it remains a well known rhythm and blues tune even in our times.

"Are The Good Times Really Over" places Wynonna Judd squarely in the spotlight--right where she belongs! Wynonna conveys so much emotion as she sings this to perfection--and beyond! "Are The Good Times Really Over?" is yet another big tune on this album.
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I own all of Wy's albums, and was a Judds fan as a teenager, so I have a lot to compare this album to. This album contains 12 tracks, 11 of which are re-makes, and one which is a new release. These songs were picked by Wynonna as having an influence in her life and/or her music. (If you'd like to know why she picked each song, there's a section on her web site that has a video commentary and lyrics to each song: [...])

The album's first track, "That's How Rhythm was Born," is a remake of a Boswell Sisters song from the 1930s. I listened to the original Boswell song on iTunes, and it's a bouncy, catchy song. Wynonna jazzed it up a bit and added her own inflection, but it's quite similar to the original. A fun way to begin the album.

My least favorite track, "I'm so Lonesome I Could Cry," a Hank Williams original, is second. Her interpretation is quite slower than Williams', and seems to drag out. The introduction is so long, I had to look at the album to make sure I was listening to the right track.

The middle tracks are, vocally, spectacular. Though Wynonna's in her 40s and her voice has deepened a bit since she's had children, these songs showcase her beautiful voice. It's the clear, strong voice I've long admired since the days of the Judds. The album was produced by Don Potter and Brent Maher, with whom Wy has a long relationship with, as they were involved with producing back in the Judd's days. I should note, though, that this is NOT a country album. Though many of the songs have country roots, it was produced with more of a pop flair, with a string orchestra in the background and more of a polished sound.
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