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Album: What the World Needs Now Is Love

Artist: Wynonna

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2003 Curb Records, Inc.

Tracklist For What the World Needs Now Is Love By Artist Wynonna

Title Artist Time
1
What the World Needs Wynonna 3:37 USD 1.29
2
Heaven Help Me Wynonna 4:02 USD 1.29
3
It All Comes Down to Love Wynonna 3:43 USD 1.29
4
Flies On the Butter (You Can't The Judds 4:30 USD 1.29
5
I Will Be Wynonna 4:15 USD 1.29
6
I Want To Know What Love Is Wynonna 5:41 USD 1.29
7
It's Only Love Wynonna 4:17 USD 1.29
8
Sometimes I Feel Like Elvis Wynonna 4:43 USD 1.29
9
Burnin' Love Wynonna 3:12 USD 1.29
10
Who Am I Supposed to Love Wynonna 4:04 USD 1.29
11
Your Day Will Come Wynonna 3:54 USD 1.29
12
No One's Gonna - Break Me Down Wynonna 3:16 USD 1.29
13
You Are Wynonna 4:54 USD 1.29
14
Rescue Me Wynonna 4:07 USD 1.29
15
I Want To Know What Love Is (P Wynonna 4:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For What the World Needs Now Is Love By Artist Wynonna

  • WYNONNA..WOW

    5
    By MystE4
    I really have never listened to her. Maybe in my high school days….But listening through all (her) your albums….You are Amazing!!!!!! God Bless! <3
  • Amazing Record

    5
    By notwithstanding
    the reviews of this from people who hate it crack me up. I have watched Wynonna make bad album after bad album since The Judds split up. her first two albums "Wynonna" and "Tell Me Why" were perfect but everything after was either too blusey or too bland. her need to use her lower growly register ruins it all for me. here she returns to the higher midrange she used in the Judds and on those first solo albums and she sounds amazing. and the material is her strongest yet! the title track, "Flies On The Butter", "I Will Be" and her recording of the Bryan White penned "Sometimes I Feel Like Elvis" are brilliant. and the cover of Foreigner's "I Want To Know What Love Is" is beautiful. hopefully she'll one day make another album like this, however it's been ten years and one blues album is all we've received ("Sing: Chapter 1") so my hopes aren't high
  • MEAN!!

    5
    By SlickyNickie
    I don't always listen to country music, I do love country because ALL songs either make me crack up(because I did something like that) or my eyes start to rain...Heavily! I previewed all of this album, but before the end,I purchased 1 song without hearing the whole song. Mahalo Wynona for..YOUR DAY WILL COME..Keeps me thinking positive!!!🌺
  • The best album ever!

    5
    By The mess maker
    Wynonna you are so awesome i want to be like you one day. I love this album i used to listen to it alot when my best fruend died at only 78 she was really sick i would love to sing with you and your sisters one day i think yall are so awesome together
  • 2 songs missing!

    4
    By babyofthefam
    I was so excited to see this album on here until I noticed that one of the reasons I looked up this album in the first place was missing from the album!! Think I will have to buy this one elsewhere. Shame. I-tunes you bombed out on this one.
  • One song is missing

    3
    By Nikinka
    I am just wondering why the song "You Are" has been excluded from this album. It's simply missing and that's the only song I wanted to buy. I have no idea where I can get the song :-(.
  • Good Attempt

    2
    By lilithclay
    This album pains me so much. It's one that I really, really, really want to like, but I just can't. After repeated listenings, I know what the problem is. The material. You see, Wynonna sounds in top form on the album. She really does. She sounds amazing. It's just that the songs she chose aren't all that good. And that really makes me sad. I love Wynonna and I hate it when bad songs happen to good artists. Good intentions, but unfortunate results.
  • Rescue me

    5
    By fluffy1
    Rescue me is my favorite song. One reason why is I know the story behind it. It was written by a girl who had died from cancer. The song was originally sung by John Rich. It's such a wonderful song
  • By Far Her Best Album

    5
    By Pamplemousse89
    This CD is incredible. I'm not sure why the one I have has 14 songs, but this one seems to have all the best ones except Burnin' Love. I enjoy "It All Comes Down to Love" (the remix that this album has, not the boring version my CD has in addition to the remix), "What the World Needs", "Break Me Down", and, on mine, "Burnin' Love" the most. There are a few boring ballads ("Heaven Help Me", "Flies On the Butter", and "Who Am I Suppposed to Love"), but the vast majority of the album is fantastic and well worth buying. This album seems much more like Rock than Country to me and this is definitely what Wynonna does best. If you like the songs on here, you should also download Wynonna's single "Attitude" and, from her self-titled CD, "I Saw the Light" and "No One Else on Earth".
  • Amazing Voice!!!!!

    5
    By ry41786
    Wynonna is amazing!!! I would listen to her sing anything. "Flies on the butter" is one of my favorites. It brings me to tears everytime. Amazing!

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