From the second the majestic overture of Rodgers and Hammerstein's 1949 show starts, you know you're in for a treat: In this age of diminished Broadway pits, hearing the 45-piece Orchestra of St. Luke's firing on all cylinders is just thrilling. And that's only the beginning of the fun in this most traditional, most delightful musical, recorded live at Carnegie Hall in June 2005. As Nellie Forbush, Reba McEntire deploys a homespun Southern charm that works marvels against the urbane Emile de Becque, i.e., Brian Stokes Mitchell and his impossibly buttery baritone (check out his rendition of "Some Enchanted Evening"). Of course we shouldn't be surprised, since country star Reba had turned out to be musical-theater star Reba when she replaced Bernadette Peters in Annie Get Your Gun on Broadway. Here, she brightly delivers classics (yes, the show is packed with them) like "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair" and "A Wonderful Guy." And let's not forget Lillias White, chewing the scenery in spectacular fashion as Bloody Mary ("Bali Ha'i," "Happy Talk"--what was that about the show being packed with memorable tunes again?). When the classic American musical is done with such gusto, it's hard not to be won over. -- Elisabeth Vincentelli
Moments and Memories: The Best of Reba is a compilation album by Reba McEntire, released in 1999 on MCA Nashville. Three versions of this album were released in three separate countries, Australia/Brazil, Canada, and Europe. It has been certified gold in Australia and Canada.
Love Revival is a compilation album by country singer Reba McEntire. The album was released on January 2, 2008 exclusively at Hallmark gift and card stores in the United States. It did not chart because of the reason that it is only sold at Hallmark gift and card stores in the United States only.
On February 11, 2008, the album was certified gold by the RIAA. The album consists of six previously released songs and four new recordings. One of the new recordings, "I'll Still Be Loving You", is a cover of a song originally recorded by the band Restless Heart, for whom it was a Number One country hit in 1987. McEntire's version features backing vocals from Restless Heart.
CMT's Invitation Only: Reba features the iconic female artist performing some of the greatest hits of her career, as well as songs from her latest release, KEEP ON LOVING YOU. In a casual question & answer session, Reba chats with the audience & reveals what it's like to be regarded as an influence on today's new artists.
Track Listing 1. Strange 2. Why Not Tonight 3. And Still 4. Nothing To Lose 5. 8 Crazy Hours (In The Story Of Love) 6. The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia 7. I'm A Survivor 8. I Want A Cowboy 9. Consider Me Gone 10. Why Haven't I Heard From You
Exclusive Content: Extended Reba Interviews "Strange" Music Video "Consider Me Gone" Music Video
Take a toe-tapping look back at some of country music superstar Reba McEntire's biggest hits in this music video collection featuring eighteen chart-topping favorites. With special guest appearances by Brooks & Dunn and Linda Davis, this career retrospective offers the red-haired country stalwart at her absolute best.
Take a toe-tapping look back at some of country music superstar Reba McEntire's biggest hits in this music video collection featuring eighteen chart-topping favorites. With special guest appearances by Trisha Yearwood and Vince Gill, this career retrospective offers the red-haired country stalwart at her absolute best. Tracks: