Why Not Me is the first studio album by American country duo the Judds, released by RCA Records in 1984. Why Not Me includes the duo's first Billboard number one single on the Country music charts, "Mama He's Crazy". That single was first released on their 1983 EP release The Judds: Wynonna & Naomi. Three more singles from the album reached number 1 on the country charts: "Why Not Me", "Girls Night Out", and "Love Is Alive".
Despite the promise of their self-titled debut album, Naomi and Wynonna Judd struck pay dirt by issuing the bona fide classic Why Not Me, their sophomore outing from 1984. It was produced by Brent Maher and recorded with a small group of session players who were chosen as carefully as the songs were. From the opening track, the title cut, written by greats Harlan Howard, Sonny Throckmorton, and Maher, it is obvious what a showcase this is for Wynonna Judd's stylized singing.
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Why Not Me" is a song written by Harlan Howard, Sonny Throckmorton and Brent Maher, and recorded by American country music duo The Judds. It was released in September 1984 as the first single and title track from the album Why Not Me. The song was their second number one on the country chart
Why Not Me. The Judds. Produced by Brent Maher. Album Why Not Me. Why Not Me Lyrics. Why not me? You had to see if the world was round It's time that you learned How good settling down could be Why not me? You've been looking for love All around the world Baby, don't you know This country girl's still free? Baby, why not me? More on Genius.
Why Not Me". You've been lookin' for love all around the world Baby, don't you know this country girl's still free? Why not me? Well, you've finally come down to your old hometown Your Kentucky girl's been waiting patiently Why not me?.
Why Not Me. Why Not Me. When The Judds came on the scene in 1983, no one could foresee how this mother-daughter duo would reshape the landscape of country music.
Why Not Me was certified double-platinum in 1992, making it the most successful studio album of the Judds' career. It earned them an ACM for Song of the Year and helped kick off their six-year reign as the ACM's Top Vocal Duo of the Year. They also won a CMA, as well as a Grammy Awards trophy, for "Why Not M. Prior to the release of Why Not Me, Naomi and Wynonna Judd had released an EP, Wynonna & Naomi. That project gave the mother-and-daughter duo their first No. 1 song, "Mama He's Crazy