About this product
|Record Label:||MCA Nashville|
|Genre:||Contemporary Country, Country|
|Number Of Discs:||2|
1. You're Gonna Be
2. Can't Even Get the Blues No More
3. You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving
4. How Blue
5. Somebody Should Leave
6. Whoever's in New England
7. Little Rock
8. What Am I Gonna Do About You?
9. One Promise Too Late
10. The Last One to Know
11. Love Will Find Its Way to You
12. I Know How He Feels
13. New Fool at an Old Game
14. Cathy's Clown
15. Walk On
16. You Lie
17. Rumor Has It
1. Love Needs a Holiday
2. For My Broken Heart
3. Is There Life Out There
4. The Greatest Man I Never Knew
5. It's Your Call
6. The Heart Won't Lie
7. Does He Love You
8. Till You Love Me
9. The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
10. And Still
11. Time on Her Hands Ring on Her Finger
12. The Fear of Being Alone
13. How Was I to Know
14. If You See Her If You See Him
15. Forever Love
16. What Do You Say
17. I'm a Survivor
|Playing Time:||124 min.|
|Producer:||Reba McEntire, Tony Brown, John Guess, Harold Shedd, Jimmy Bowen, Jerry Kennedy, Tim DuBois, David Malloy, Norro Wilson, Buddy Cannon|
Personnel: Reba McEntire; Jerry McPherson, Kenny Greenberg (guitar, electric guitar); Jim Kimball (guitar); Jim Kimball (acoustic guitar); Tammy Rogers King (fiddle); Spady Brannan (bass guitar); Greg Morrow, Tommy Hardon, Tommy Harden (drums); Perry Coleman (background vocals); Bruce Bouton (steel guitar); Jimmy Nichols (piano, background vocals); Doug Sisemore (keyboards); Eric Darken (percussion); Jenifer Wrinkle (background vocals).Audio Mixer: Derek Bason.Liner Note Author: Reba McEntire.Recording information: Starstruck, Nashville, TN.Photographer: Ron Davis .With her own her own TV sitcom and a recording career that dates back to the late 1970s, Reba McEntire is undisputedly one of country music's most popular entertainers. Although there have been numerous collections of McEntire's singles, this two-disc set is the first to span more than 20 years of her hits. With the exception of two new recordings (the thoughtful "You're Gonna Be" and the energetic "Love Needs a Holiday," which appear at the beginning of the first and second discs, respectively), this compilation moves chronologically from 1982 to 2005, presenting 35 of Reba's finest moments. Every track benefits from her powerful voice and charming Oklahoma drawl, whether she's easing into the traditional "How Blue" or the pop-tinged "And Still." A well-selected release, #1'S is an excellent overview of Reba's impressive catalog, and is ideal for both newcomers and longtime fans.
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- elvis387Feb 6, 2016Verified purchase - USEDby
Great CD, Just what I was looking for
- ebbors2youJul 12, 2011by
Do not hesitate to get this 2 cd set!
Love it! I love most all the songs it has on it! Do not hesitate to get this 2 cd set! All the songs are a pleasure to listen to.
- michaelgrizerJun 4, 2011by
Would definately buy a copy for all of my friends. Reba is the bomb. I cant stop listening to this cd.
- kenssweetcheeksOct 13, 2010by
Reba is a favorite.....good CD....nice to hear and remember all her past hits...it was good to hear songs that I hadn't heard in a long time and be able to understand the words and sing along!
I'd recommend this CD to anyone...Reba fan or not!
- samiam-5300Nov 11, 2009by
Big Reba Fan
I'm a huge Reba McEntire fan. I've been listening to her music since 'high-shcool & have kept buying her CDs ever since. This is a great collection of some Reba's best music. It is a great looking package altogether. But there was one slight problem--when I opened mine up to play a disc for the 1st time; they were put in really tight. So just be careful when u go play one of these great CDs to be careful taking them out & enjoy the music. I know I enjoy Reba's music and will continue to do so. :)