The discography of Lee Ann Womack, an American country artist, consists of six studio albums, three compilation albums, twenty three singles, two number one singles, and sixteen music videos. Signing with Decca Nashville in 1996, Womack released her self-titled debut album the following year. The lead single, "Never Again, Again", received critical acclaim and peaked at number twenty three on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Both of the next two singles, "The Fool" and "You've Got to Talk to Me", reached the number two position on the US Country Singles chart. The album itself charted at number nine on the Top Country Albums chart and number one hundred six on the Billboard 200, while also certifying platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Womack's second album, Some Things I Know, was released in 1998 on MCA Nashville. While it only peaked at number twenty on the US Country Albums chart and the lower end of the US chart, it certified gold in the United States. The record spawned the US Country top five hits "A Little Past Little Rock" and "I'll Think of a Reason Later", as well as the top twenty "(Now You See Me) Now You Don't".
In 2000, her next single, "I Hope You Dance", became Womack's signature song and most-successful single to date. It spent several weeks at number one on the US Country chart and crossed over to number fourteen on the Billboard Hot 100, while topping the Adult Contemporary chart. "I Hope You Dance" additionally peaked in lower positions in several nations including the United Kingdom and New Zealand. An album of the same name was also issued in 2000 and would certify 3× platinum in the United States and platinum in Canada. On the strength of the lead hit, the next two singles (Rodney Crowell's "Ashes by Now" and the original "Why They Call It Falling") respectively reached the top ten and twenty on the Country chart. Two years later, Womack's fourth studio album, Something Worth Leaving Behind, was issued. Although it reached number two on the US Country Albums chart and number sixteen on the Billboard 200, the lead single only peaked in the top twenty. In 2002, Womack also collaborated with Willie Nelson on the song "Mendocino County Line" and released the holiday record, The Season for Romance.
After releasing a greatest hits album in 2004, her fifth studio album, There's More Where That Came From, was issued in 2005. Critically acclaimed for its retro-oriented sound, the album certified gold by the RIAA, while also debuting at number three on the Top Country Albums chart and number twelve on the Billboard 200. "I May Hate Myself in the Morning" was the lead single and reached the top ten on the US Country Singles chart. In 2006, the top forty hit "Finding My Way Back Home" was released on Mercury Nashville. Three years later, she returned with Call Me Crazy on MCA Nashville, her sixth studio release. Call Me Crazy spawned the top twenty US Country hit, "Last Call", in 2008.
Lee Ann Womack - Lee Ann Womack(1997)
Lee Ann Womack - Some Things I Know 1998
Lee Ann Womack - I Hope You Dance (2000)
Lee Ann Womack - Something Worth Leaving Behind(2002)
Lee Ann Womack - The Season For Romance(2002)
Lee Ann Womack - Greatest Hits 2004
Lee Ann Womack - There`s More Where That Came From (2005)
Lee Ann Womack - Call Me Crazy 2008
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