Lee Ann Womack by Lee Ann Womack
Personnel: Lee Ann Womack, Mark Chesnutt (vocals); Carl Gorodetzky (conductor); Biff Watson, Pat Flynn (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason,... Read More
Personnel: Lee Ann Womack, Mark Chesnutt (vocals); Carl Gorodetzky (conductor); Biff Watson, Pat Flynn (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason, Larry Byrom (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Abraham Manuel Jr. (accordion); Gary Smith, Tony Brown (piano); Steve Nathan (piano, Wurlitzer, Hammond B-3 organ); Mike Brignardello (bass); Lonnie Wilson (drums); Tom Roady (percussion); Bergen White, Liana Manis, Lisa Silver, Ricky Skaggs, Sharon White Skaggs, Leslie Satcher, Gene Miller, Curtis Young, John Wesley Ryles (background vocals); Nashville String Machine. All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology. From the opening song of Lee Ann Womack's auspicious debut album, it's clear that this talented young woman is set on singing a slightly different song than is generally heard among Nashville's "new hats". "Never Again, Again" may be about the singer's lack of willpower to end a flawed relationship, but the Texas-born Womack seems to have little problem charting her own musical course.... Minimize
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|Number of Discs||1|
|Artist||Lee Ann Womack|
|Record Label||Decca Nashville|
|Contributing Artist||Mark Chesnutt, Ricky Skaggs|
|Release Date||May 13, 1997|
|Song List: Disc 1|
|Song List: Disc 1||
Product Review Summary
5 Reviews from Epinions.com
Aug 31, 2000
LEE ANN SHINES WITH STONE COUNTRY...5/5 Stars!
Pros: Do You Feel For Me, Trouble's Here, The Fool, Am I The Only Thing You've Done Wrong
Cons: None ! Read More at Epinions.com
May 27, 2000
"I hope you dance"
Pros: Beautifully written music ,delivered with heart
Cons: none Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 8, 2001
Take note, Shania; THIS is how you do country music.
Pros: Real country from a real country girl
Cons: There are only 11 tracks Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 19, 2000
lighten up, it's fun
Pros: light, fun
Cons: misinterpreted Read More at Epinions.com