Lee Ann Womack discography

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Lee Ann Womack discography
Lee Ann Womack Memorial Day 2006.jpg
Lee Ann Womack performing in Washington, D.C. at the National Memorial Day Concert, May 28, 2006.
Studio albums 9
Compilation albums 3
Music videos 17
EPs 1
Singles 26
Other appearances 38

American country artist Lee Ann Womack has released nine studio albums, three compilation albums, one extended play, 26 singles, 17 music videos, and appeared on 38 albums. Womack's self-titled debut album was released in May 1997 on Decca Nashville Records.[1][2] It peaked at number nine on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and number 106 on the Billboard 200, certifying platinum from the Recording Industry Association of America.[1][3] It featured the hit singles "Never Again, Again", "The Fool", and "You've Got to Talk to Me".[4] Her gold-certifying second album Some Things I Know (1998) reached number 20 on the country albums chart, spawning the hits "A Little Past Little Rock" and "I'll Think of a Reason Later".[5]

Womack's third studio album I Hope You Dance (2000) topped the Top Country Albums chart, reached number 16 on the Billboard 200, and certified triple platinum.[4][6] The lead single brought her the biggest success of her career. It topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, crossed over to number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100, and became a minor hit internationally.[1] Her fourth studio record Something Worth Leaving Behind (2002) failed to match the commercial success of I Hope You Dance.[4] A holiday album and greatest hits record appeared before the hit single, "I May Hate Myself in the Morning", and its accompanying There's More Where That Came From (2005).[2] The album reached number 3 on the country chart and number 12 on the Billboard 200.[7] Call Me Crazy (2008) debuted at number four on the Top Country Albums list and featured the top 20 hit "Last Call".[2] Her eighth studio album The Way I'm Livin' (2014) reached peak positions on both the country albums and Independent Albums charts.[8]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing other relevant details
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US
Country

[9]
US
[10]
US
Ind.

[11]
CAN
Country

[12]
Lee Ann Womack 9 106
Some Things I Know
  • Released: September 22, 1998
  • Label: MCA Nashville
  • Formats: Cassette, CD, music download
20 136
I Hope You Dance
  • Released: May 23, 2000
  • Label: MCA Nashville
  • Formats: Cassette, CD, music download
1 16 4
Something Worth Leaving Behind
  • Released: August 20, 2002
  • Label: MCA Nashville
  • Formats: CD, music download
2 16
The Season for Romance
  • Released: October 29, 2002
  • Label: MCA Nashville
  • Formats: Cassette, CD, music download
19 166
There's More Where That Came From
  • Released: February 8, 2005
  • Label: MCA Nashville
  • Formats: Vinyl, CD, music download
3 12
Call Me Crazy
  • Released: October 21, 2008
  • Label: MCA Nashville
  • Formats: Vinyl, CD, music download
4 23
The Way I'm Livin'
  • Released: September 23, 2014
  • Label: Sugar Hill
  • Formats: Vinyl, CD, music download
18 99 22
The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone
  • Released: October 27, 2017
  • Label: ATO
  • Formats: Vinyl, CD, music download
37
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Compilation albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing other relevant details
Title Album details Peak chart
positions
Certifications
US
Country

[9]
US
[10]
Greatest Hits
  • Released: May 4, 2004
  • Label: MCA Nashville
  • Formats: Cassette, CD, music download
2 28
Icon
  • Released: January 4, 2011
  • Label: MCA Nashville
  • Formats: CD
Favorites[a]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended play albums, showing all relevant details
Title Album details
Trouble in Mind
  • Released: April 18, 2015
  • Label: Sugar Hill
  • Formats: Vinyl

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing other relevant details
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
Country

[19]
US
[20]
US
AC

[21]
AUS
[22]
CAN
Country

[23]
CAN
AC

[24]
ND
[25]
NZ
[26]
UK
[27]
"Never Again, Again" 1997 23 [b] 36 Lee Ann Womack
"The Fool" 2 5
"You've Got to Talk to Me" 2 2
"Buckaroo" 1998 27 34
"A Little Past Little Rock" 2 43 3 Some Things I Know
"I'll Think of a Reason Later" 2 38 1
"(Now You See Me) Now You Don't" 1999 12 72 11
"Don't Tell Me" 56 63
"I Hope You Dance"[c] 2000 1 14 1 65 1 75 89 44 40 I Hope You Dance
"Ashes by Now" 4 45
"Why They Call It Falling" 2001 13 78
"Does My Ring Burn Your Finger" 23
"Something Worth Leaving Behind" 2002 20 [d] Something Worth Leaving
Behind
"Forever Everyday" 37
"The Wrong Girl" 2004 24 Greatest Hits
"I May Hate Myself in the Morning" 10 66 There's More Where That
Came From
"He Oughta Know That by Now" 2005 22 [e]
"Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago" 32
"Finding My Way Back Home" 2006 37 N/A
"Last Call" 2008 14 77 Call Me Crazy
"Solitary Thinkin'" 2009 39
"There Is a God" 32 N/A
"The Way I'm Livin'" 2014 The Way I'm Livin'
"Send It On Down" 2015
"Chances Are"
"All the Trouble" 2017 The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As a featured artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing other relevant details
Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
US
Country

[19]
US
[20]
"Mendocino County Line"
(with Willie Nelson)
2002 22 [f] The Great Divide

Music videos[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and directors
Title Year Director(s)
"Never Again, Again"[30] 1997 Gerry Wenner
"The Fool"[30]
"Buckaroo"[31]
"A Little Past Little Rock"[32] 1998 Larry Boothby, Thom Oliphant
"I Hope You Dance"[33] 2000 Gerry Wenner
"Ashes by Now"[34] Gregg Horne
"Something Worth Leaving Behind"[35] 2002 Thomas Kloss
"Silent Night"[36] Ryan Polito
"I May Hate Myself in the Morning"[37] 2004 Trey Fanjoy
"Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago"[38] 2005 Paul Boyd
"Finding My Way Back Home"[39] 2006
"Last Call"[40] 2008 Trey Fanjoy
"Solitary Thinkin'"[41] 2009 Trey Fanjoy, Roger Pistole
"The Way I'm Livin'"[42] 2014 Roger Pistole
"Send It on Down"[43] 2015 Bill Filipiak
"Chances Are"[44] 2016 Roger Pistole

As guest artist[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and directors
Title Year Director(s)
"Mendocino County Line"[45]
(with Willie Nelson)
2002 Mark Seliger, Chris Soos
"Sick and Tired"[46]
(with Cross Canadian Ragweed)
2004 Eric Welch

Other appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Kindly Keep It Country"[47] 1998 Vince Gill The Key
"Hear to Heart Talk"[48] 1999 Asleep at the Wheel Ride with Bob
"Every Fire"[49] Jason Sellers A Matter of Time
"Never, Ever, and Forever"[50] 2000 Mark Wills Tom Sawyer (soundtrack)[50]
"One Dream" N/A
"Light at the End of the Tunnel"[50]
(reprise)
Rhett Akins
"Mendocino County Line"[51]
(live)
2002 Willie Nelson Willie Nelson & Friends – Stars & Guitars
"Two Hearts"[52] 2003 Vince Gill Next Big Thing
"Dance Your Cares Away (The Feng Shui Song)"[53] Lillian Too Feng Shui
"She's Got You"[54] N/A Remembering Patsy Cline
"Sick and Tired"[55] 2004 Cross Canadian Ragweed Soul Gravy
"On a Woman's Heart"[56] N/A American Will Always Stand
"I Can't Drive You from My Mind"[57] Kevin Montgomery 2:30 am
"I'll Never Be Free"[58] Willie Nelson Outlaws and Angels
"Good News, Bad News"[59] 2005 George Strait Somewhere Down in Texas
"Where Have All the Flowers Gone?"[60]
(also featuring Norah Jones)
Dolly Parton Those Were the Days
"If I Can Make Mississippi"[61] 2006 Vince Gill These Days
"The Weight"[62] 2007 N/A Endless Highway: The Music of The Band
"Today, I Started Loving You Again"[63] Gene Watson In a Perfect World
"If Only I Could Fly"[64] Joe Nichols Real Things
"Till the End"[65] 2010 Alan Jackson Freight Train
"Addicted"[66] Randy Houser They Call Me Cadillac
"Liars Lie"[67] N/A Country Strong
"I'm a Honky Tonk Girl"[68] N/A Coal Miner's Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn
"Ring of Fire"[69] Alan Jackson 34 Number Ones
"Blessed"[70] Martina McBride The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Presents
Sunday In the Country
"Get Up in Jesus' Name"[70] Mark Wills
"I Was a Burden"[71] 2011 The Blind Boys of Alabama Take the High Road
"Lipstick Everywhere"[72] Vince Gill Guitar Slinger
"Songs for Sale"[73] David Nail The Sound of a Million Dreams
"Momma's on a Roll" 2012 Rodney Crowell Kin: Songs by Mary Karr and Rodney Crowell
"This Ain't My First Rodeo"[74] Jamey Johnson Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran
"Let 'Em In"[75] 2013 N/A Let Us in Americana: The Music of Paul McCartney
"The Legend of the Rebel Soldier"[76] N/A Divided and United: Songs of the Civil War
"Galveston"[77] 2014 David Nail I'm a Fire
"Doin' Time in Bakersfield"[78] Jim Lauderdale I'm a Song
"A Day with No Tomorrow"[78]
"Waiting Tables"[79]
(also featuring Jamey Johnson)
2015 Don Henley Cass County
"Loving Me Back"[80] 2016 Brothers Osborne Pawn Shop
"Storms Never Last" John Prine For Better, or Worse
"Fifteen Years Ago"
"Honky Cat"[81] 2018 N/A Restoration: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Favorites was only available for a limited time at Cracker Barrel stores.
  2. ^ "Never Again, Again" did not enter the Hot 100, but peaked at number 24 on Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles, which acts as a 25-song extension of the Hot 100.[28]
  3. ^ "I Hope You Dance" credited guest vocals by Sons of the Desert only for its initial release to country radio. The alternate mix for the AC format did not credit them.
  4. ^ "Something Worth Leaving Behind" did not enter the Hot 100, but peaked at number 14 on Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles, which acts as a 25-song extension of the Hot 100.[28]
  5. ^ "He Oughta Know That by Now" did not enter the Hot 100, but peaked at number 16 on Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles, which acts as a 25-song extension of the Hot 100.[28]
  6. ^ "Mendocino County Line" did not enter the Hot 100, but peaked at number 13 on Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles, which acts as a 25-song extension of the Hot 100.[28]

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