Label: Sugar Hill Records (2) - none • Format: All Media Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
· The Way I’m Livin’ was made nearly six years after Lee Ann Womack’s previous studio album—’s Call Me Crazy—and it's clear that much has changed in her is the sound of a refreshed artist who's more authentically country than ever. Womack’s husband, Frank Liddell, handles the production; he smartly fit his wife into his schedule, which has also included manning the.
· Lee Ann Womack began recording a sequel for MCA Nashville after 's Call Me Crazy, but none of its advance singles stuck, leading the singer to shift direction for her seventh studio album didn't appear until , not on Universal but on Sugar Hill/Welk, who picked up The Way I'm Livin', an album that effectively reboots her career.. Produced by Frank Liddell-- Womack's 8/10(89).
· The song “The Way I’m Livin'” found play on Cumulus Media’s new radio format NASH Icon as one of the very first new songs from an artist of an older era that the format professes to want to champion, and of all people Clear Channel mega DJ Bobby Bones has gotten behind “Send It On Down.” But Lee Ann appears to not be worried if the radio plays her music or not.
All His Saints: 3: Chances Are: 4: The Way I'm Livin' 5: Send It On Down: 6: Don't Listen To The Wind: 7: Same Kind Of Different: 8: Out On The Weekend: 9: Nightwind: Sleeping With The Devil: Not Forgotten You: Tomorrow Night In Baltimore: When I Come Around4/5(5).
Year. Lee Ann Womack. The Way I'm Livin' (CD, Album, Dlx) Sugar Hill Records (2) US.
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