The Judds To Release ‘The Judds – All-Time Greatest Hits’ Album Collection

Wynonna and Naomi Judd have received eight Gold and eight Platinum records, sold over 20 million albums and released twenty Top 10 hits between 1984-1990. Now, Curb Records is going to bring The Judds’ hits to one place, releasing The Judds – All-Time Greatest Hits.

This ultimate collection, to be released on Friday, June 30, will feature all of the the mother-daughter duo’s Top 10 hits from the 1980s and 1990s. It will also feature their 2011 song “You Can’t Go Home Again (Flies On The Butter).”

“Some things continue to get better with time, like fine wine and the Judds music,” says Naomi Judd. “I’m so proud that our music has stood the test of time. It makes my heart smile when I turn on Country Radio and I can sing along with our hits.”

The Judds reached the top of the Billboard Country Singles chart fourteen times, and each of their studio albums were certified either Gold or Platinum. The duo won nine CMA Awards, including Single of the Year in 1985 for “Why Not Me,” which is featured on the album. They also won seven straight ACM Awards – as well as the 2013 2013 Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award – and five GRAMMY awards.

In 1988, The Judds were the subject of a CBS special called Across The Heartland, and in 1995, NBC based a mini-series on Naomi’s best-selling novel Love Can Build A Bridge. The Oprah Winfrey Network produced The Judds, a 2011 reality series about the pair.

The twenty-song album will chronologically honor their successful career, beginning with their 1984 No.1 song, “Mama, He’s Crazy.”

The Judds – All-Time Greatest Hits track listing:

Mama He’s Crazy
Why Not Me
Girls Night Out
Love Is Alive
Have Mercy
Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout The Good Old Days)
Rockin’ With The Rhythm Of The Rain
Cry Myself To Sleep
Don’t Be Cruel
I Know Where I’m Going
Maybe Your Baby’s Got The Blues
Turn It Loose
Give A Little Love
Change Of Heart
Young Love
Let Me Tell You About Love
One Man Woman
Born To Be Blue
Love Can Build A Bridge
One Hundred And Two
Flies On The Butter (You Can’t Go Home Again)