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Lee Ann Womack - There's More Where That Came From (2005)

11-03-2014, 19:26
Music | Country | Pop

Lee Ann Womack - There's More Where That Came From (2005)

Artist: Lee Ann Womack
Title Of Album: There's More Where That Came From
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Mca Nashville
Genre: Country, Pop
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 55:37 Min
Total Size: 141 Mb


01. There’s More Where that Came From
02. One’s A Couple
03. I May Hate Myself in the Morning
04. The Last Time
05. He Oughta Know that by Now
06. Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago
07. Happiness
08. When You Get to Me
09. Painless
10. What I Miss About Heaven
11. Waiting for the Sun to Shine
12. Stubborn (Psalm 151)
13. I’ll Be Your Whiskey (Bonus)

On There's More Where That Came From, multiple Grammy-winner Lee Ann Womack's got the controls of country's Wayback Machine set 30 years in the past. The album cover, a soft-focus portrait of the Texas-born singer along with a list of songs, recalls the days when elegant, emotive vocalists like Tammy Wynette, Lynn Anderson, and Tanya Tucker ruled the charts. Yet the real magic's in the traditional-sounding arrangements, colored by gently weeping steel guitar, piano, harmonica, and fiddle; unhurried tempos; and, of course, Womack's lightly sugared confection of a voice. She explores classic themes like cheating ("There's More Where That Came From") and marital collapse ("Painless"), and draws on her own experience for "Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago." Womack does concede a bit to the present with the dirty guitars and big rhythm of "When You Get to Me." But just a bit, as she proves the enduring appeal of sweet and sad ballads sung from the heart, and bucks the flash that makes so much modern country go pop--and fizzle. (Ted Drozdowski)

This album is real country music for everyone who's ever loved, lost, and learned hard-earned lessons and lived to tell about it. 'These are songs that aren't afraid to tell the truth,' says Womack. 'It is definitely honest music - a slice of life - the good, bad and the ugly.' Lee Ann Womack emerged as the leader of the 2005 Country Music Awards with three wins, including album of the year for There's More Where That Came From. The album marked her return to more traditional country music after a detour through pop-infused material. MCA.

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