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Unplugged At Studio 330

by Lee Ann Womack

Unplugged At Studio 330 by Lee Ann Womack

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Unplugged At Studio 330

by Lee Ann Womack

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Label: Mercury Nashville
With her clear, emotive voice Lee Ann Womack is the perfect performer for these intimate acoustic sessions. This performance highlights songs from her stunning album Call Me Crazy, and many of them benefit from the simple setting. "Have You Seen That Girl" comes off more forlorn and wistful in such cozy surrounds, while Womack sounds utterly lost and exhausted on "If These Walls Could Talk." The one song not on Call Me Crazy is Womack's perennial favorite "The Fool" (from her self-titled debut), which sounds absolutely amazing here.

About This Album

With her clear, emotive voice Lee Ann Womack is the perfect performer for these intimate acoustic sessions. This performance highlights songs from her stunning album Call Me Crazy, and many of them benefit from the simple setting. "Have You Seen That Girl" comes off more forlorn and wistful in such cozy surrounds, while Womack sounds utterly lost and exhausted on "If These Walls Could Talk." The one song not on Call Me Crazy is Womack's perennial favorite "The Fool" (from her self-titled debut), which sounds absolutely amazing here.

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About This Album

With her clear, emotive voice Lee Ann Womack is the perfect performer for these intimate acoustic sessions. This performance highlights songs from her stunning album Call Me Crazy, and many of them benefit from the simple setting. "Have You Seen That Girl" comes off more forlorn and wistful in such cozy surrounds, while Womack sounds utterly lost and exhausted on "If These Walls Could Talk." The one song not on Call Me Crazy is Womack's perennial favorite "The Fool" (from her self-titled debut), which sounds absolutely amazing here.