Lee Ann Womack serves "Last Call"
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Lee Ann Womack serves "Last Call"

Friday, June 6, 2008 – Lee Ann Womack is back with a new song for the first time in three years. "Last Call" was released today from an album likely to be out later this year. Womack has not been heard from since "He Oughta Know That By Now" in 2005 from her very well received traditional country disc, "There's More Where That Came From."

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CD review - The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone Having made the transition from hit-maker to casual country chanteuse, and finally, to Americana minstrel, Lee Ann Womack offers up her most engaging effort yet, "The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone," an album whose evocative title effectively sums up the sentiments of each of the songs it shares. Womack may not have written all the material contained herein, but she's responsible for a fair percentage, and even those she didn't pen feel as personal as they are poignant. ...
CD review - The Way I'm Livin' Six years later, Lee Ann Womack is finally back. Her traditional country sounds were not quite working with Nashville, which was veering increasingly pop. Now, the Texas native returns with a new label, but the same lovely voice. Originally intended for her old label, MCA Nashville, Womack was given the marching orders to make the type of disc she wanted to listen to. That resulted in songs from the likes of Neil Young, several from Bruce Robison, Adam Wright and Natalie Hemby, several of whom ...
CD review - Call Me Crazy The title track of Lee Ann Womack's first CD since 2005's traditional masterpiece "There's More Where That Came From" should have been the name of that CD because "There's More" was a real risk taker. Womack did wonders with the material there. While not quite the same left field beauty, Womack puts out another excellent batch of music three years later. The songs work best when Womack opts for the traditional approach. Womack is on the top of her game on ...


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