While mainstream country has seemingly gotten further and further away from its roots, it's always refreshing to hear a singer of Lee Ann Womack's caliber on the radio. With this song, she has returned some tradition to the charts, and onto our year-end best-of list.
Lee Ann scrapped a whole album's worth of material in favor of of the stuff on "Call Me Crazy." Did she make a wise decision or should we really call her crazy? The album artwork may point to the latter more than the former.
Lee Ann Womack knows how to play the heart strings of America. "I Hope You Dance" remains synonymous with Kleenex the way that Budweiser goes with Buffalo wings. However, having scrapped an album of tear-jerking ballads, Womack does not go for power pop here. Instead she offers