The Other Side

May 4, 2004 | Format: MP3

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  • Label: Curb Records
  • Copyright: (c) 1997 Curb Records, Inc.
  • Total Length: 46:56
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  • ASIN: B0013L74YA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #203,618 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Good songs, brilliant voice... classic.
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My only complaint is that she should come out with a new album soon!
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She is a truly talented and gifted woman.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Paul W. Sager on March 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Ok, almost three years after the release of her 5th solo album, Wynonna is still being hounded for this "over produced" and lack of style album. But c'mon. Have you listened to this CD? I mean really listened to this CD?
The CD starts out with the top ten hit, When Love Starts Talkin. Now, after one listen, I can guarantee you'll be doing your own lip synch to this song. This song is one of those killer songs you just want to rock out to in the car on a long drive across the country. Other highlights on this album include the title cut. Written by fellow country crooner Kevin Welch, The Other Side invokes a feeling of belonging to the lyrics. I think we can all relate. Wynonna trys her hand at song writing on Troubled Heart and a Troubled Mind. Does it work? It is a great attempt, not quite as good as her previous authorship (One Hundred and One--from The Judds LCBAB 1990 album). She has some slow ballads, including Come Some Rainy Day, dedicated to her sister, Ashely. Mama Judd shows up on Don't Throw that Mojo on Me, a song that showcases Wy's characteristic style. Kenny Wayne Shephard adds guitar licks as well. Why Now and Always Will shower us with lyrics that elicit thoughts of "yes! I know what she is talking about." A rather weak duet with John Berry is also included here.
The Other Side might not be one of Wynonna's best, but it does show R&R that she is not afraid to take a chance. It is too bad that the music industry does not share that same bold approach and instead embraces the pop like country divas of Shania and Faith. I mean can they really hold their own against the powerhouse voice of Miss Judd? Take away all of the pomp and circumstance and all you have left is your voice. Wynonna Judd will be the last one standing!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jim McHarg on October 14, 1999
Format: Audio CD
First, this album is fantastic. Artists like Wynonna are few and far between. This album combines rock, blues, soul, and country into an irresistable mix of soul stirring, toe tapping music. Standout cuts are "Always Will" (Wy had the Irish thing goin' on way before the Dixie Chicks!), "The Other Side," "The Wyld Unknown," and "Why Now." But, I must say, the most incredible cut is "Come Some Rainy Day." It's one of those songs that can take you to another time and place. My question is, WHY isn't this music getting the airplay it deserves? The fact is, Shania may have the body, but Wynonna has got the soul!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 16, 2000
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If you like Blues, Country and a little rock and roll in your world this is the album to get. WY really shows off her talent on this album. My favorite is the blues sounding Don't Work That Mojo....., next is the Love Stats Talkin, the mellow but uplifing The Other Side. Wynonna has really developed her talent and tells us a littlle of her challenges and triumps on this album. Great album!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I believe Wynonna has been underestimated on this album. There are probably only two substantial hits off this album, one being a top 10 radio hit, When Love Starts Talkin' and the piano ballad, Come Some Rainy Day. However, Wynonna shows alot more potential on some of the other songs than what has been credited for. The song, Love Like That, is a sassy, upbeat, jumpy party song where Wy cleverly uses her voice to "jump out at you" during the play. Such sweet ballads include the songs, The Kind Of Fool Love Makes and We Can't Unmake Love (which is NOT weak at all). I think Wynonna found her theme song with "The Wyld Unknown". Judd fans may not take to this fast paced, "rocker of a song" but it perfectly portrays Wynonna as everything she is. It definately wins at concerts. Wynonna also takes us back to the Judd days with musical guest, Naomi, who, with Kenny Wayne Sheperd, brings back a sound deeply missed. The two songs, Love's Funny That Way keeps the party of the album going and as usual, Wy ends the album with a very "unforgetful" Always Will. I believe this album is worth the purchase. I agree that it's not the best out of her collection of solo pieces but I do rate it higher than her Revelations album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 5, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Brazen, sassy, soulful, and touching are just a few words that can describe this fantastic title by Wynonna. From "When Loves Starts Talkin" to "The Wyld Unknown", this CD rocks and it definately can't be classified as just a "Country" title.
But it offers more than just rockers. Tracks like "...Mojo on Me" and "Love like That" show that Wynonna is not a one dimensional artist.
Finally, this CD has one of the best written songs I've ever listened to in "Come Some Rainy Day". I dare anyone not to be touched by this instant classic. Come on, I dare ya? Check out Wynonna' The Other Side....it's a winner!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Wynonna is doing the music she wants to do and if country radio won't play it then in my opinion they are at a loss. Granted this cd is a mix of country rock and blues Wynonna kicks serious butt on this cd my favorite is Don't Throw That Mojo on Me. She preformed it live at a show and just wowed the crowd. Expand your horizons and give this cd a chance you will be quite pleased with it
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