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  • CD (8 février 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00070Q8JU
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This album is real country music for everyone whos ever loved, lost, and learned hard-earned lessons and lived to tell about it. These are songs that arent afraid to tell the truth, says Womack. It is definitely honest music - a slice of life - the good, bad and the ugly. Lee Ann Womack emerged as the leader of the 2005 Country Music Awards with three wins, including album of the year for Theres More Where That Came From. The album marked her return to more traditional country music after a detour through pop-infused material. MCA.

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HASH(0x9c19e258) étoiles sur 5 CMA's 2005 Album of the Year!!!! Need I say more..... 27 décembre 2005
Par Nick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow!!! I love all of Lee Ann Womack's previous albums, but this is one of her best works to date, if not her best. What a stellar collections of great country classics. This is how I rate every song on this album (from a 1-5 scale):

1) There's More Where That Came From- Excellent introduction to Lee Ann Womack's latest album... Great song, great lyrics... In the future I hope she keeps her promise and records more songs like the ones featured in this collection. (5 stars)

2) One's A Couple- I eventually liked this song, after several listens, since it took some time to get used to, since it's a different song than Lee Ann has previously done. (4 stars)

3) I May Hate Myself In The Morning- CMA's 2005 Single Record of the Year... Lee Ann Womack's comeback to country radio. This is great song, I love the fiddle solos playing. One of the best cheating songs I've heard in a while. (5 stars)

4) The Last Time- This song may be sad in itself, however it has such a great addicting melody with Lee Ann's sweet angelic voice. (5 stars)

5) He Oughta Know That By Now- Great second single for Lee Ann with a message that men should show come common courtesy and respect and loyalty to their wives or else the wives will leave their husbands. (5 stars)

6) Twenty Years And Two Husbands Ago- An autobiographical song for Lee Ann... one of the slower songs of the album, but it showcases her range and it is her newest single. I enjoyed her performance of it in the CMA awards this year. (5 stars)

7) Happiness- This song tells a story and Lee Ann talks about the road of finding happiness. (4 stars)

8) When You Get To Me- Another great song... Lee Ann Womack's sweet voice is mesmerizing in this one, especially in the chorus. (5 stars).

9) Painless- Neat song... she captures the emotion behind the lyrics and makes it feel very real through the great imagery in the song's lyrics such as "handed me a fist full of broken glass." (4 stars)

10) Only Thing About Heaven- An awesome uptempo song to change the pace of the other songs of this album. I've missed her uptempo songs a lot since "Feel Like I'm Forgetting Something" in her "I Hope You Dance" album. (5 stars)

11) Waiting For The Sun To Shine- Very neat and well sung slow ballad... I like the tag in this song like in Lee Ann's "Ashes By Now" song from her "I Hope You Dance" album. (5 stars)

12) Stubborn (Psalm 151)- OMG!!!! Not only is this the BEST song in There's More Where That Came From, it's the BEST song of Lee Ann Womacks's career!!!! I absolutely LOVE it! What an AMAZING spiritual song of faith this is. The lyrics are absolutely magical and it's a great gospel tune, which talks about the dominant stubborness that surrounds us in our everyday lives. Anybody can relate to this song. It's a great reminder that a "molecule of faith" is the cure of pride and jadedness. This song is worth the entire price of the cd alone. I listen to this song every night before I go to sleep. I hope Lee Ann releases it as a future single and I would love to watch this song skyrocket to the top of the Country Charts.(10 stars)

Hidden Bonus Track: "Someone I Used to Know"- Lee Ann gives us a refreshing cover version of Dolly Parton's and Porter Wagoner's duet song. Her version is a real angelic treat. (5 stars)

Overall, no country music fan's collection is not complete without Lee Ann Womack's "There's More Where That Came From." It deserved the honor of the 2005 CMA Award for Album of the Year.
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HASH(0x9c2227bc) étoiles sur 5 And All Those Other S Words 4 février 2006
Par Faithless Street - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sweet. Sumptious. Seductive. This is one of those albums that really sinks its teeth into you. Leeann Womack captures the essence of really great 70's country without feeling stale or dated. On this album she conjurs back the time when country music was about real grown-ups with entire lives and not hollow, shallow characters with three minute jingles. With honest abandon, Leeann saddles this album with all the baggage a song like "20 Years and Two Husbands Ago," and in the world of Shania Twain's in corn rows singing songs about pimples and grabbing her boobs, Womack steps forward with her laugh lines, stretch marks, divorces and children and dares fans to love her. This is an album from a woman who thought she was going to be together forever and for always, was wrong, breathed, cried and got on with life. In short this is a country album from someone who has lived.
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HASH(0x9c213d8c) étoiles sur 5 Superb work! 15 février 2005
Par K. Stuckey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I picked up this CD the day it came out and have been playing it non-stop since, especially "One's a Couple", "Painless" and "Stubborn (Psalm 151)" because it is like they were written about me. I love Lee Ann's smoky vocals and return to more a 'traditional' country sound, like the song she wrote "Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago", about those big plans but she took a different path and loves where she is at, and the hit "I May Hate Myself in the Morning" with the double fiddle sound is stellar. "Happiness" and "When You Get to Me" compliment each other and are well-placed sequentially. There is no filler material on this CD, it is bound to be on lots of 'Best of 2005' lists!
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HASH(0x9c7bba44) étoiles sur 5 Womack Returns with Best Album of the Year So Far 9 février 2005
Par Will W. Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I do not think anyone in Nashville will see this album coming.

Read this: This is the best female artist album I have heard out of Nashville in a long time.

For starters, the album is a a good ALBUM. Almost all of her previous releases lacked depth (ironically, I Hope You Dance was the most guilty of that) and theme. While I personally felt that Something Worth Leaving Behind was a really good album, it couldn't seem to make up its mind if it wanted to be a pop crossover or not (a problem that Faith Hill had until Cry, which finally made up its mind to be pop-and did it well).

Instead, There's More sets out to be a well crafted contemporary country album laced with heavy traditional themes and sticks to it. To top it off, the song selection is outstanding.

The brightest spots all around are Stubborn, Painless, I May Hate Myself in the Morning, When You Get to Me, and The Last Time (what I call a lyrical portrait-you can actually picture the locations in the song much like Chesneys Anything But Mine and McGraws Goodbye finale on Set This Circus Down). These five, particularly the first two, stand out for their combination of outstanding lyrics and musical arrangement.

All the other tracks excel in various ways.

Ones A Couple is a potential second single and pays its due with its wry humorous undertone and hook laden chorus.

Tracks 5, 6, 7 are curious in their placement on the CD. He Oughta Know That By Now and Twenty Years (which Womack co-writes) explore divorce and the end of relationships with a husband and are followed up on the back end by Happiness. All three are well performed songs that tug at the heart strings.

The rest of the songs do not really stand out on their own, but put together as a package with the others they excel and are pleasant and well crafted.

This album has the potential to really revitalize Womacks career and while I have my doubts if it will due to the purchasing habits of today's country audience (while it appears from early responses to I May Hate Myself in the Morning and a decent sales pace that the album will sell, it will take a few top ten singles off this CD to save her career), it shows what she is capable of when she sticks to her gifts: a country tinged voice with sugary overtones and the ability to communicate the emotion of well written country music.

Here's looking at you Lee Ann, for having the guts to do this type of album and do it well. Country music needs you and it would be a shame if this album was ignored-its a top ten album this year no matter what else comes out in the next 10 months.
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HASH(0x9c7aa228) étoiles sur 5 Is Classic Country Making A Comeback????? 14 février 2005
Par Allen Chapman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First off this is an album that I totally judged the by the cover. As soon as I saw the albums cover my first thought was "wow she must be going for a retro feel with this album." I was right. The album does have a feel of what classic country is all about, something you don't hear on radio these days at all. The songs themselves all have a sound that I haven't heard in country music in many years. There are steel guitar and fiddles on this album!!!!!!!!!! The only downside to this album is that the songs all have the same feel to them, so after awhile they all sound alike, but they are good songs, so that's not such a bad thing. A note about the albums packaging, I'm a sucker for great album packaging, this album uses the retro feel thruout. The album's covers, front and back, both recall the albums from the late sixties, early seventies. Inside you will even see the vinyl version of the album, complete with the MCA label and paper sleeve. Just a small nitpick about the label though, the front and back have the look of the 60's and 70's yet the MCA label used is the 80's blue/rainbow,cloud label, instead of the original black/rainbow label. Again, just a nitpick on my part, doesn't take away from the album at all!! Hopefully if this album is a hit, others will take a cue and make real country music again!
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