Lucinda Williams is an American singer-songwriter and is one of the most celebrated singer/songwriters of her generation.
Happy Woman Blues was the follow up to her debut album Ramblin’. It was her first collection of original material with a full band. A mix of blues, folk and country, it is a very confident sounding album of strong rootsy material. Williams uses timeworn ideas such as "smoke-stained bars, open roads and a heart that never learns" but reimagines them according to magazine Trouser Press "in a way that is both
contemporary and uncynical". One album track, "I Lost It", was re-recorded 18 years later for Williams' fifth album Car Wheels on a Gravel Road (1998).
Williams has released a string of albums that have earned her critical acclaim and commercial success. Among her various accolades, she has won three Grammy Awards.
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2. I Lost It
4. Happy Woman Blues
5. King Of Hearts
1. Rolling Along
2. One Night Stand
3. Howlin' At Midnight
4. Hard Road
5. Louisiana Man
6. Sharp Cutting Wings (Song To A Poet)