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Doing the unexpected has almost become expected of LeAnn Rimes. From her hit “Blue” nearly 15 years ago to her impressive new concept album of classic country standards, Lady & Gentlemen, LeAnn has always bravely followed her own inner compass and consistently maintained her musical integrity rather than simply following the musical trends of the day.

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  • Audio CD (July 25, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Curb
  • ASIN: B00067BD8K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,296 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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LeAnn Rimes, now 22, can't catch a break. After she belted her way into national consciousness at 13 with the Grammy-winning Blue in 1996, comparisons to Patsy Cline came flying around every corner. She spent the rest of the decade ducking countryphiles' charges that she had sold out (a few miscalculations in the electronic-dance direction are all it takes, apparently), and by the release of 2002's unselfconsciously poppy Twisted Angel, the genre had largely given up on her--her much-publicized move to Nashville notwithstanding. Now, if you believe early buzz on This Woman, she's back and ready to be re-embraced. You'd have to be a hard-hearted purist to turn her away: though tracks like "When This Woman Loves a Man," tucked toward the bottom of the disc, owe more to Janis Joplin than to Tammy Wynette, it's impossible to argue with This Woman's casually country aesthetic. Rimes's earthy unscarred voice is huger than ever, inhabiting lyrics that are no longer two sizes too big, and jolts of Cline-esque howling and Black Crowes-y guitar raise the interest bar. Call it a pleasingly solid stab at a reconciliation with her country base, but don't call it kid stuff--one glance at the cover, and it's clear the onetime child prodigy has grown into her title. --Tammy La Gorce

Recommended Contemporary Crossover


LeAnn Rimes, Blue

Faith Hill, Faith

Shania Twain, The Woman in Me

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Shania Twain, Come on Over

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I think that this is by far one of the best albums done by Leann Rimes.
Ry Guy
LeAnn Rimes' latest album is a mixture of country music, pop music, and a little bit of rock music.
Reijo Piippula
Leeann Rimes has always had a great voice, but the lyrics in her songs are more mature now.
Robert G Yokoyama

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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Patrick on January 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
LeAnn says this is her best album. Usually when artists say that they're empty words. It's not like they're going to say "Well...this one is good but my last album was better." No. But I actually think "This Woman" is LeAnn's best album. In the past, she's had albums with a mixture of strong and weak songs. This album is solid from start to finish. The lyrics are strong, production is strong and her voice is huge. LeAnn has grown into what she was always meant to be. She's made it.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Janessa E. Butterfield on February 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This has to be, by far, Leann's best album to date.

Not only is Leann's voice stronger and more mature on this album, but there are no cheesy pop songs on this album that give her a bad reputation from her "origional" 1990's fans. Please don't get me wrong, Leann's "Twisted Angel" CD was rather good and the songs held much more meaning the anything by Britney or Christina, but "This Woman" is a step more mature and reaches to a broadened range of listeners.

This album is sure to please everyone because of its "in-between" nature thats not quite pop, not quite country yet a little bit of the blues....

Each of the songs lyrics have meaning and emotion. There are of course the contemporary ballads but several songs are a little more uptempo and allow Leann to show-case that she has indeed grown into her role as a wife, musician and individual.

I recommend this CD to any long-time Leanne fan and to those who have "sworn off" post Coyote Ugly Rimes music. This is one I woulden't want to miss.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Robert G Yokoyama VINE VOICE on January 25, 2005
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I love this CD. Leeann Rimes has always had a great voice, but the lyrics in her songs are more mature now. All of the songs on This Woman are awesome. My favorite track on this album is Probably Wouldn't Be This Way. It is a beautiful song about moving on with your life after someone you love dies. Leeann sings this song with such feeling and emotion. I love this song. Something's Gotta Give is an excellent song about waiting and hoping for the right person to come into your life. I think a lot of people can relate to the lyrics of this song. I also like the song I Want To with You. This is a very fun song that Leeann sings with a lot of energy. Some People is a very pretty song about feeling so fortunate about having someone in your life you can love and trust. You Take Me Home is another standout song on this CD. This track is about how someone can make you feel so comfortable and at home. Leeann sounds great on this woman. I highly recommend this CD.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ry Guy on January 26, 2005
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I think that this is by far one of the best albums done by Leann Rimes. I don't think that she has gotten the credit she deserves as an artist. This album shows her strength and dedication to music. Her voice has never sounded better. She has been critized by country music as not being "true country" but has something to prove on this album. You can see how much she has grown by the songs chosen for this album. While her first single has gone top 10 already, there are surly more to come. Maybe country music will finally give her credit where credit is due! If you are a true LeAnn fan, you will love this new album.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bethany on February 3, 2005
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Independent from her father and now a settled in wife, this is "Blue" all over again with but with much more creative freedom. "You Take Me Home" features her reminscing back on being "blilnded by the city lights/L.A. livin' up the crazy life/Looking back on how far I'd come/Not quite sure what I was running from" describes LeAnn dead on. Her voice sounds stronger; more in tune to previously being described as the next Patsy Cline. My favorite song of "This Woman" is definitely the stand-out "Something's Gotta Give" for the old traditional country-song of a story within the song "Jenny's got a job, a cat named Jake/31 candles on her birthday cake/Next year". This is LeAnn's best by far (next to "You Light Up My Life") and hopefully the public can see and accept LeAnn as the country WOMAN instead of the good ol' country GIRL.

~recommend "You Light Up My Life" also by LeAnn Rimes~
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By markdodge126 on January 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those few albums that you can put in the cd player and not need to press the skip button..

Leann Rimes is a true clear voice and it amazes me how she gets better and better with each album she makes.She seems to put her heart and soul into every single word she sings,and the song lyrics never cease to amaze either.I made sure I was first in line to buy this highly anticipated album and I wasnt let down.

After including some pop flavor on her amazing previous album "Twisted Angel"..And moving back to Nashville..She is back to some beautiful contemporary country with this album,and it is even written about by Leann herself in the song "you take me home" which says..

"I was blinded by the city lights,Lookin back on what I've become,not quite sure what I was running from,There's one thing by now id better know.there grass aint greener where it dosent grow"

The album reminds me of summer with its upbeat songs about being in love..but this album includes some beautiful ballads and slow tempo songs as well

The first single "nothin bout love makes sense" on video channels and radio..has some of the truest lyrics that we all understand or have felt, or thought before

one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard is "probably wouldn't be this way" and It should be her next single and it will be a Hit..

the songs starts off about missing a love that is gone..then the song goes on to explain that it is about missing a love who died

and in the soulful song "when this woman loves a man" she really lets lose and hits some new notes I've never heard her hit before

and the last track "some people" speaks of being truly grateful for the one your in love with..
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