Lee Ann Womack is the debut studio album from country singer Lee Ann Womack. The album was certified gold by the RIAA on January 16, 1998 and platinum on September 24, 1999. Hits that appeared on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart were "Never Again, Again" which peaked at "The Fool" and "You've Got to Talk to Me" both at and "Buckaroo" at The album itself topped out at on the Top Country Albums chart.
The LP is a collaboration between the veteran Italian musician and '70s American model Ann Steel, with composition by Cacciapaglia and Steel on vocals throughout. An avant-garde artist with an interest in pop and electronic music, Cacciapaglia made most of his music using only six different notes, until The Ann Steel Album. Today, the LP is considered a precursor of the futuristic synth "sci-fi" pop of the '80s
By self-titling the album, Keren Ann is by default making a statement that this is her statement. That means that the recording would have to be not only extra-special good but representative of who she thinks she is at the moment it is unleashed on an ever-growing audience
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The Ann Steel Album was made in collaboration with an Italy-based American model (presumably the titular Ann Steel). Roberto Cacciapaglia - 'The Ann Steel Album' by halfmachine. If you enjoy The Quietus, please consider supporting what we do with a one-off or regular donation.
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- Recorded At – Custom34 Studio
- Mixed At – Custom34 Studio
- Mastered At – Custom34 Studio
- Produced At – Custom34 Studio
- Bass – Kamil Siudej
- Guitar – Paweł Siudej
- Lyrics By – Ana Spławska*
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Piotr Łukaszewski
- Music By – Paweł Siudej
- Percussion – Marcin Niklewicz
- Recorded By, Producer – Piotr Łukaszewski, Sławomir Mroczek
- Vocals – Ana Spławska*