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|George Jones, Tammy Wynette|
We Love to Sing About Jesus
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
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The Gospel According to the Jones & Wynette Set
Joe Taylor | 04/07/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
""Mr. & Mrs. Country Music"'s second album was a gentle blend of southern gospel and the nashville sound (being perfected by producer Billy Sherill). With the exception of their GOLDEN RING album, this is one of their finest offerings, vocally speaking. Both Jones and Wynette are famous for singing with emotion and in this collection, they sing with conviction. They offer excellent covers of Tom T. Hall's ME AND JESUS as well as the Jody Miller/Johnny Paycheck top ten hit, LET'S ALL GO DOWN TO THE RIVER. OLD FASHIONED SINGING was their second single release and is all but forgotten today. But it, along with the musical magic that these two great vocalists deliver with each of these songs, can be rediscovered in this collection. George & Tammy never sounded as good! They are singing what they feel and believe in."
Together Again! Gospel This Time.
Mcgivern Owen L | NY, NY USA | 12/08/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Full Disclosure: If one is not already a fan of the First Couple, "We Love to Sing About Jesus" won't create a new one. There are also better gospel CDs out there. Those unfamiliar with this special couple are better advised to sample a "Greatest Hits" selection. Followers on the other hand will find satisfaction even if a 5 star rating is not warranted. Strangely, the best tracks are the first 2 and the final 4. Did Mr. Sherrill do that by design? The best duets are "Old Fashioned Singing", "Talkin' About Jesus", "When Jesus Takes His Children Home" and "Everything's Gonna Be Alright". The highpoint is the final track, Tammy's solo of "Show Him That You Love Him". This is telling because this reviewer feels She carried the CD-George is along for the ride. The bottom line: It's still Them and in a refreshing and different setting. None of the tracks made the charts, according to Billboard, so these selections are hardly overexposed. Fans and followers of the First Couple should simply add this one to their prized collections."