This compilation is a collaboration between Wynonna Judd and Cracker Barrel for the Wounded Warrior Project, a worthy organization that supports the men and women who willingly placed themselves in harm's way and were hurt, and also those who care for them when they return. On some level, that's reason enough to purchase this collection. Musically, it does contain a solid dozen tunes from Judd's glory years, from the late '80s (her signature reading of Karla Bonoff's "Tell Me Why") to 2003 ("What the World Needs"), with many stops in between such as "My Strongest Weakness," "She Is His Only Need," and "Come Some Rainy Day." In addition, the set's final three tracks are exclusive to this collection: A radio edit of "When I Fall In Love," a different mix of her version of Rodney Crowell's "Sing," and a new recording: an absolutely stellar version of Keb' Mo''s "Let Your Light Shine," that proves Judd's still got it in spades.
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