2008 vinyl LP pressing. Lee Ann Womack is undoubtedly a contemporary country poet. "Call Me Crazy" is her first album in three years, and it is shining evidence that Womack is one of the most important country music stars around. The opener, "Last Call," is a sad ballad about cheating, heartbreak and alcohol. "The Bees" has a heartfelt folksy melody, matched with an elaborate instrumental arrangement that's almost sci-fi. Then there's "The King of Broken Hearts," where Womack channels Dolly Parton, and "The Story of My Life," which is both an homage to early country music, as well as packed with modern elements. Finally, there's a duet with George Strait: "Everything but Quits." 12 tracks. MCA Nashville.
Circles and X's
Tears of Joy
Little Rock Star
Well Well Well
If Wishes Were Horses
Plan to Marry
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