These are classic country music albums that I have reviewed. Great info for when you’re out record hunting and you want to know if an album is worth the money or not, though, let’s face it, if it’s priced at a dollar or less, it has to be really, really bad to not be worth it!
Today, we take a look back at The Judds‘ 1987 release, “Christmas Time With The Judds”. This release featured refreshing takes on eight Christmas classics, plus one newer track. Released in October, the album has been available every Christmas, since. I hadn’t listened to this album in it’s entirety for quite … Continue reading →
This Classic Album Review looks back at one of the most popular albums of 1971. Lynn Anderson was arguably the hottest act in country music in 1971. Three trips to number one on the singles chart, plus 3 top 5 albums, as well. “How Can I Unlove You” was one … Continue reading →
In 1966, legendary guitarist Chet Atkins released an album of music from The Beatles. I’ve been a big fan of both The Beatles and Chet Atkins for a long time. So, when I was finally able to get a copy of Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles, I must say … Continue reading →
Today, we look back at the very first album of my life (okay, not counting the Chipmunks). This is the one that may well have started this passion for music. I cannot recall the exact year in which I got this album (a birthday gift, I think it was), but … Continue reading →
Looking back at a Mac Davis effort on the Classic Album Review. His 1980 Casablanca release, Texas In My Rear View Mirror. The album barely missed the top 10 on the Country bestseller lists, while breaking into the Pop 100. This release featured four singles, including two top ten hits. … Continue reading →
Today’s Classic Album Review looks back at Pam Tillis‘ first major success. Put Yourself in My Place wasn’t her first album release, 1983’s Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey was the first. But this was her first hit album. It soared as high as ten on the bestseller lists, … Continue reading →