One of the best country debut albums of recent years, Lee Ann has managed to sound contemporary and traditional at the same time. At heart, she would probably like to do a stone country album, but she knows that would kill her career. Lee Ann is much too smart to allow that to happen, so she records music that sounds contemporary without losing her roots, something not everybody can achieve.
Never again again was her debut single, but it was her second, The fool, which really set Lee Ann on her way to stardom. There is a nice duet with Mark Chesnutt (Make memories with me), a rousing gospel song (Get up in Jesus name) and the danceable upbeat Buckaroo and Trouble's here. Other great tracks are Do you feel for me, Montgomery to Memphis and A man with 18 wheels. Actually, every track is brilliant.
This album didn't make Lee Ann into a megastar (that came via I hope you dance, her third album) but it is an outstanding album in it's own right.