The Judds (Wynonna & Naomi) - Don't Be Cruel FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Don't Be Cruel
FLAC version ZIP size: 1290 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1884 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1465 mb
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Wynonna Ellen Judd (/waɪˈnoʊnə/; born Christina Claire Ciminella; May 30, 1964) is an American country music singer. She first rose to fame in the 1980s alongside her mother Naomi in the country music duo The Judds. They released seven albums on Curb Records in addition to 26 singles, of which 14 were number-one hits.
The Judds (Wynonna & Naomi) – Don't Be Cruel. Label: RCA – 104665. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single. Country: New Zealand.
Wynonna & Naomi, 1983. Wynonna & Naomi, 1983. Isn't He a Strange One, 03:26. Mama He's Crazy, 03:16. R3HAB Don't Call Me Up. Радио mCm. Justin Bieber Sorry.
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. 1 Had a Dream (For the Heart) The Judds 3:10. 2 John Deere Tractor The Judds 3:30
With her daughter, Wynonna Judd, Naomi formed the highly successful singing duo known as "The Judds". As country music's most famous mother–daughter team, The Judds scored twenty top-10 hits (including fifteen at number one) and went undefeated for eight consecutive years at all three major country music awards shows. In addition, the duo won five Grammy Awards and a vast array of other awards and honors. As a songwriter, Naomi also won a Grammy for country song of the year with the Judds' hit "Love Can Build a Bridge" . I Know Where I'm Going". Maybe Your Baby's Got the Blues".
The Judds were a country music duo consisting of Wynonna Judd and her mother, Naomi Judd. Their discography includes 5 studio albums, all for RCA Records, and 26 singles. The Judds debuted in 1983 with "Had a Dream (For the Heart)". Starting with its followup "Mama He's Crazy", the duo charted a total of 14 number ones on the Hot Country Songs charts, with six additional songs reaching the top 10, between 1984 and 1991. In this timespan, The Judds also recorded seven studio albums.