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Reunion Live

by The Judds

Reunion Live by The Judds

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Reunion Live

by The Judds

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Label: Curb Records
After Ashley Judd's introduction, Naomi and Wynonna do their thing over a sea of screaming fans on the eve of a new millennium. It's an awesome thing to hear. Though they were partying like it was 1999, some of the space between songs are filled in with a sappy, spoken Hallmark-esque sentiment, but estrogen-fueled honky-tonkers like "Girls Night Out" and romantic narratives like "Mama He's Crazy" will remind you what kind of countrypolitan powerhouse the Judds are. Hearing them sing "Auld Lang Syne" before the countdown may just remind you what you were doing on New Year's 2000.

About This Album

After Ashley Judd's introduction, Naomi and Wynonna do their thing over a sea of screaming fans on the eve of a new millennium. It's an awesome thing to hear. Though they were partying like it was 1999, some of the space between songs are filled in with a sappy, spoken Hallmark-esque sentiment, but estrogen-fueled honky-tonkers like "Girls Night Out" and romantic narratives like "Mama He's Crazy" will remind you what kind of countrypolitan powerhouse the Judds are. Hearing them sing "Auld Lang Syne" before the countdown may just remind you what you were doing on New Year's 2000.

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Disc 2

About This Album

After Ashley Judd's introduction, Naomi and Wynonna do their thing over a sea of screaming fans on the eve of a new millennium. It's an awesome thing to hear. Though they were partying like it was 1999, some of the space between songs are filled in with a sappy, spoken Hallmark-esque sentiment, but estrogen-fueled honky-tonkers like "Girls Night Out" and romantic narratives like "Mama He's Crazy" will remind you what kind of countrypolitan powerhouse the Judds are. Hearing them sing "Auld Lang Syne" before the countdown may just remind you what you were doing on New Year's 2000.