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Judy Kay "Juice" Newton (born February 18, 1952) is an American pop and country singer, songwriter, and musician. To date, Newton has received five Grammy Award nominations in the Pop and Country Best Female Vocalist categories - winning once in 1983 - as well as an ACM Award for Top New Female Artist and two Billboard Female Album Artist of the Year awards (won consecutively)

Juice (Juice Newton album). Juice is the multi-Platinum 1981 breakthrough album by American country-rock singer Juice Newton. The album was Newton's third solo album and her first major international success.

Juice was Juice Newton's breakthrough album, sending her into not only into the country Top Ten, but also to the top of the pop charts. The key to her success was how her country-pop not only drew from country roots, but also '60s AM pop, folk-rock, and roots rock. For instance, the country production on "Angel of the Morning" can't disguise its soft rock roots. But Newton's version is slicker, which appealed both to country and pop radio. Throughout Juice, Newton straddles the line between country and pop, playing to both sides of the market. As it happened, she appealed to both. As an album, Juice has its weak moments, but she sings well throughout the record, and when she has the right material - as on the hit singles - the results are highly entertaining.

Album · 1981 · 10 Songs. Juice Newton's Greatest Hits (And More). Golden Legends: Juice Newton (Re-Recorded Versions). The Best of Juice Newton (Re-Recorded Versions). Angel In the Morning (Re-Recorded Versions) - EP.

Juice Newton was born Judith Kaye Newton on 18 February 1952 in Lakehurst, New Jersey and grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She is an American pop music and country singer. She managed to mix folk, rock, blues and pop into a hugely successful career in country music.

Juice Newton began her recording career in 1975 but did not achieve major stardom until the release of her 1981 album Juice. The album was a crossover success and yielded three hit singles, "Angel of the Morning", "Queen of Hearts", and "The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known)". Other standout performances include "The Old Bye And Bye", written by her longtime collaborator Otha Young and a rich version of Deborah Allen's "If I Didn’t Love You". I Still Love You" and "Someone Believed" are both sung with enviable passion. Emotion is a daunting album rich in emotional texture and a mellow vibe. It was misunderstood upon its original release.

Juice Newton began her recording career in 1975 and made five albums over the next four years. During this time she had only moderate success Newton's "breakthrough" came in 1981 with Juice, an album that reach number 22 on the Billboard 200 chart and number 16 on the Canadian Top 50 album chart.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Angel Of The Morning
Written-By – Chip Taylor
A2 Shot Full Of Love
Written-By – Bob McDill
A3 Ride' Em Cowboy
Written-By – Paul Davis
A4 Queen Of Hearts
Written-By – Hank DeVito
A5 River Of Love
Written-By – Juice Newton, Otha Young
B1 All I Have To Do Is Dream
Written-By – Boudleaux Bryant
B2 Headin' For A Heartache
Written-By – Byron Hill , J. R. Wilde*
B3 Country Comfort
Written-By – Elton John & Bernie Taupin
B4 Texas Heartache
Written-By – Chris Waters, Keith Stegall
B5 The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known)
Written-By – Otha Young

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.


  • Acoustic Guitar – Billy Walker*, Dennis Budimir, Fred Tackett, Juice Newton
  • Arranged By – Charlie Calello
  • Art Direction – Henry Marquez, Roy Kohara
  • Backing Vocals – Andrew Gold, Brock Walsh, Harry Stinson, Jim Haas, Jon Joyce, Kenny Edwards, Lewis Morford, Stan Farber
  • Banjo, Guitar [Dobro] – Brad Felton
  • Bass – Neil Stubenhaus, Scott Chambers
  • Drums – Rich Shlosser*
  • Electric Guitar – Chuck Martin, George Doering, Mitch Holder, Otha Young, Tim May
  • Keyboards – Phil Aaberg*
  • Mastered By – Wally Traugott
  • Mixed By – Michael Verdick
  • Percussion – Steve Forman
  • Photography By – Charles Bush*
  • Producer – Richard Landis
  • Producer [Associate] – Otha Young
  • Producer [Coordinator] – Ruth Burghardt
  • Recorded By – Joe Chiccarelli
  • Recorded By [Assistant] – David Cole , Hugh Davies , Karen Siegel, Mitchell Gibson*
  • Steel Guitar [Pedal] – Dan Dugmore, Doug Livingston, JayDee Maness*


℗1981 Capitol Records, Inc.
Manufactured by Toshiba EMI, Ltd., Japan
Recorded at The Soundcastle, Capitol Studios and Village Records
Mixed at Locate Recorders Studios, Burbank
Mastered at Capitol Studios.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST-12136 Juice Newton Juice ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST-12136 US 1981
8943 Juice Newton Juice ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records 8943 Argentina 1981
ST-12136 Juice Newton Juice ‎(Cass, Dol) Capitol Records ST-12136 US 1981
8XT-12136 Juice Newton Juice ‎(8-Trk, Album) Capitol Records 8XT-12136 US 1981
TC-E-ST 12136, TC-EST 12136, OC 262-86 335 Juice Newton Juice ‎(Cass, Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records TC-E-ST 12136, TC-EST 12136, OC 262-86 335 UK 1981

Juice Newton - Juice album
Pop Rock
Performer: Juice Newton
Title: Juice
Category: Rock
Country: US
Released: 1981
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 566