Wynonna Judd New Day Dawning

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New Day Dawning
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CD Details

  • Released: May 4, 2004
  • Originally Released: 2004
  • Label: Curb Special Markets

Entertainment Reviews:

Entertainment Weekly - 2/4/00, p.70
"...a remarkable regrouping of the singer's energies and talents....she sounds not just rejuvenated...but on fire again....a good album from an artist capabale of greatness." - Rating: B
Q - 6/00, p.117
3 stars out of 5 - "...[This album] is vindication that a rich, wholly believable andf thoughtful voice carrying intelligent songs will always win through....Time for Nashville to bring out the ducking stool again."

Tracks:

  • 1.Going Nowhere
  • 2.New Day Dawning
  • 3.Can't Nobody Love You (Like I Do)
  • 4.Chain Reaction
  • 5.Help Me
  • 6.I've Got Your Love
  • 7.Tuff Enuff
  • 8.Who Am I Trying To Fool
  • 9.Lost Without You
  • 10.He Rocks
  • 11.Learn To Live With Love Again
  • 12.I Can't Wait To Meet You

Product Description:

Personnel: Wynonna (vocals); Richard Bennett (acoustic & electric guitars); Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Steuart Smith (guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Aubrey Haynie (fiddle); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Kim Wilson (harmonica); Mark Douthit (flute, baritone saxophone); Jim Horn (tenor & baritone saxophones); Mike Haynes (trumpet); Barry Green (trombone); Matt Rollings (piano, organ, keyboards); John Jarvis (piano); Steve Nathan, Tony Harrell (organ, keyboards); Rob Mathes (keyboards, synthesizer); Willie Weeks (bass); John Robinson, Steve Potts (drums); Terry McMillan, Eric Darken (percussion); Vicki Hampton, Kim Fleming, Robert Bailey, Tabitha Fair, Kim Keyes, Judson Spence (background vocals).
Producers: James Stroud, Wynonna, Gary Nicholson, Tony Brown.
Engineers include: Julian King, Rich Hanson, Jeff Balding.
Recorded at Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas; Emerald Studios, The Sound Kitchen, Dark Horse Recording & Masterfonics Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
This edition of NEW DAY DAWNING includes a bonus disc with new songs by The Judds.
NEW DAY DAWNING:
Personnel: Wynonna (vocals); Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Richard Bennett (acoustic & electric guitars); Steuart Smith (guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Aubrey Haynie (fiddle); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Kim Wilson (harmonica); Mark Douthit (flute, baritone saxophone); Jim Horn (tenor & baritone saxophones); Mike Haynes (trumpet); Barry Green (trombone); Matt Rollings (piano, organ, keyboards); John Jarvis (piano); Steve Nathan, Tony Harrell (organ, keyboards); Rob Mathes (keyboards, synthesizer); Willie Weeks (bass); John Robinson, Steve Potts (drums); Terry McMillan, Eric Darken (percussion); Vicki Hampton, Kim Fleming, Robert Bailey, Tabitha Fair, Kim Keyes, Judson Spence (background vocals).
Producers: James Stroud, Wynonna, Gary Nicholson, Tony Brown.
Engineers include: Julian King, Rich Hanson, Jeff Balding.
Recorded at Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas; Emerald Studios, The Sound Kitchen, Dark Horse Recording & Masterfonics Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
BIG BANG BOOGIE:
The Judds: Wynonna, Naomi Judd (vocals).
Additional personnel: Richard Bennett (acoustic & electric guitars); Jerry McPherson (guitar); Bruce Bouton (steel & lap steel guitars); Aubrey Haynie (mandolin, fiddle); Carl Marsh (sitar); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Jim Horn (soprano, tenor & baritone saxophones); Mike Haynes (trumpet); Barry Green (trombone); John Jarvis (acoustic & Wurlitzer pianos); Tony Harrell (organ, keyboards, synthesizers); Steve Nathan (organ, keyboards); Glenn Worf (upright bass); Willie Weeks (electric bass); Eddie Bayers (drums); Vicki Hampton, Kim Fleming, Robert Bailey (background vocals).
Producer: Gary Nicholson.
Engineers include: Jeff Balding, Mark Hagen, Derek Bason.
Recorded at The Sound Kitchen, Emerald Studios, Dark Horse Recording & Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, Tennessee. Includes liner notes by Naomi Judd.
Personnel: Wynonna Judd (vocals, guitar); Steuart Smith (electric guitar); Mark Douthit (flute, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Jim Horn (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Mike Haynes (trumpet); Barry Green (trombone); John Jarvis (piano); Tony Harrell, Steve Nathan (organ, keyboards); Rob Mathes (keyboards, synthesizer); Willie Weeks (bass guitar); John "J.R." Robinson , Steve Potts , John "4 Daddman" Robinson (drums); Eric Darken, Terry McMillan (percussion); Judson Spence, Tabitha Fair, Vicki Hampton, Robert Bailey , Kim Fleming, Kim Keyes (background vocals); Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Jerry McPherson (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Aubrey Haynie (fiddle); Kim Wilson (harmonica); Matt Rollings (piano, organ, keyboards); John Hobbs (organ, keyboards).
Audio Mixers: Chuck Ainlay; Ed Cherney .
Recording information: Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas; Dark Horse Recording, Nashville, TN; Emerald A Studios, Nashville, TN; Emerald Studio 6; Emerald Studios, Nashville, TN; Masterfonics Studios, Nashville, TN; Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN; The Sound Kitchen, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Randee Saint Nicholas.
Arranger: Rob Mathes.
Wynonna Judd's first album of the 21st century is an event in and of itself, but the fact that the limited-edition version comes with a four-song EP featuring new music recorded with mom Naomi (the first such in over a decade) makes it particularly memorable.
Wynonna's album continues her trademark mix of country, rock, soul, and a little gospel, with the soul more or less predominating; "New Day Dawning," for example, has a horn section straight out of a '60s Stax/Volt session, and the quietly percolating "I Can't Wait to Meet You," is actually co-written by neo-R&B revivalist Macy Gray. There are also two great covers, a faithful version of the Fabulous Thunderbirds '80s blues hit "Tuff Enuff" (the T-birds Kim Wilson guests on harp), and an astonishing recreation of Joni Mitchell's "Help Me," showing off an upper register that Wynonna has previously kept hidden quiet. The Judds reunion disc is a little low-key, compared to the album per se, but it's great fun, from the pun-filled creation of the world title song, to a heartfelt (but no less funny) psychedelic peace-and-love anthem ("The 60s Were the 90s Upside Down") complete with sitar and backwards guitar.

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