Reba McEntire

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All Music Guide - Greg Adams
The average listener of Reba McEntire's first album will most likely have one of two minds about it. On the one hand, fans of McEntire's later recordings might reject this album on the grounds that it is more tradition-oriented and less contemporary-sounding than the material for which she is best known, while traditionalists might embrace it as the one Reba McEntire album to own. Whatever the listener's bias, this album has more to do with the early-'70s sounds of Tanya Tucker and Tammy Wynette than the contemporaneous pop-country hits of, say, Barbara Mandrell. Although such individual tracks as "Glad I Waited Just for You" and McEntire's version of "Right Time of the ...
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All Music Guide - Greg Adams
The average listener of Reba McEntire's first album will most likely have one of two minds about it. On the one hand, fans of McEntire's later recordings might reject this album on the grounds that it is more tradition-oriented and less contemporary-sounding than the material for which she is best known, while traditionalists might embrace it as the one Reba McEntire album to own. Whatever the listener's bias, this album has more to do with the early-'70s sounds of Tanya Tucker and Tammy Wynette than the contemporaneous pop-country hits of, say, Barbara Mandrell. Although such individual tracks as "Glad I Waited Just for You" and McEntire's version of "Right Time of the Night" hardly constitute hard country, her recording of Roger Miller's "Invitation to the Blues" is probably as close as she comes. Ironically, it is the very listeners who would likely dismiss any Reba McEntire album out of hand that might find this the most surprising and enjoyable, whereas only the most accepting fans of her later recordings will react so positively. This is a strong album that rewards exploration.
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  • Release Date: 10/19/1993
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • UPC: 042283633025
  • Catalog Number: 836330

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Reba McEntire Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Background Vocals
The Jordanaires Group
Janie Fricke Background Vocals
Hoyt Hawkins Background Vocals
Ginger Holladay Background Vocals
Mary Holladay Background Vocals
Prissy Hubbard Background Vocals
Millie Kirkham Background Vocals
Neal Matthews Background Vocals
Louis Dean Nunley Background Vocals
Gordon Stoker Background Vocals
D. Bergen White Background Vocals
Trish Williams Background Vocals
Ray C. Walker Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Johnny Gimble Contributor
Tommy Allsup Contributor
Lloyd Green Contributor
Martin Katahn Contributor
Byron Bach Contributor
Brenton Banks Contributor
George Binkley III Contributor
Harold Bradley Contributor
John Catchings Contributor
Marvin Chantry Contributor
Chip Young Contributor
Roy Christensen Contributor
Virginia Christensen Contributor
Ray Edenton Contributor
Bobby Emmons Contributor
Carl Gorodetzky Contributor
Lennie Haight Contributor
Buddy Harman Contributor
Glenn Keener Producer
Jerry Kennedy Producer, Contributor
Sheldon Kurland Contributor
Larry Maglinger Engineer
Weldon Myrick Contributor
Lynn Peterzell Engineer
Billy Puett Contributor
MC Rather Mastering
Leon Rhodes Contributor
Hargus "Pig" Robbins Contributor
Steven Maxwell Smith Contributor
Tom Sparkeman Engineer
Tom Sparkman Engineer
Chris Teal Contributor
Gary VanOsdale Contributor
Pete Wade Contributor
D. Bergen White Flute Arrangement
Charlie McCoy Contributor
Bob Moore Contributor
Jim Schubert Artwork
Stephanie Woolf Contributor
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