Next to You
Released: Mar 1989
Label: Legacy Recordings
If Higher Ground was Wynette's play for the neo-traditional market, then its follow-up, 1989's Next to You, was her bid at climbing back into Nashville's country-pop pantheon. Of course, we are talking about the former wife of George Jones, so the album is far more Lorrie Morgan than Reba. In fact, "You Left Memories Layin' (All Over the Place)," "The Note" and "If You Let Him Drive You Crazy (He Will)" find Tammy attempting to recreate the lush melodrama that makes "Stand by Your Man" and "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" so unforgettable.
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