The Woman In Me (Remastered) Shania Twain
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- 1Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)04:12
- 2Any Man Of Mine04:07
- 3Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?04:25
- 4(If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outta Here!04:30
- 5The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You)04:50
- 6Is There Life After Love?04:39
- 7If It Don't Take Two03:40
- 8You Win My Love04:26
- 9Raining On Our Love04:38
- 10Leaving Is The Only Way Out04:07
- 11No One Needs To Know03:07
- 12God Bless The Child01:31
Info for The Woman In Me (Remastered)
„The Woman In Me“ won a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Country Album. "Any Man Of Mine" was nominated for Grammys for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song. Shania Twain was nominated for the Grammy for Best New Artist.
The low, sultry voice of Canadian Shania Twain serves her well on „The Woman In Me“. This is a compact collection of middle-of-the-road country, warped by the rock influence of Twain's producer/husband, Mutt Lange.
Twain is not just a singer; she also co-wrote most of the songs with Lange, and they run the gamut from soft ballad to reeling rock. The opening track is a slow, slurry ballad that would be just as comfortable on the adult contemporary charts as on the country charts, and is reminiscent of Bette Midler's style of balladeering.
The single "Who's Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" is a bouncy shuffle that could bring Twain to the forefront of country music. Her vocal is pure country, straight from yesteryear, a matured Brenda Lee. But with thick, rock-oriented production, there isn't much, besides Twain's twang, that labels this album "country."
„Shania Twain comes full circle on The Woman In Me, co-writing 11 out of 12 songs [the others are remixes and a CD-ROM video] and proving that she can do more than sing. Once again she crosses over into pop/rock territory with this multi-platinum affair, bringing legions of new fans into the country camp. Peppered with hits such as "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" and "Any Man of Mine", this album features crisp and clear vocals and country-flavored pop arrangements. Husband and co-writer "Mutt" Lange, known for his production work with hard hitters Def Leppard, has produced a fresh sound for country, enhancing the traditional with a more gritty, gutsy sound; even the more delicate tunes resemble those power-pop tunes from the 1980s. Woman in Me is music for all occasions: danceable, romantic and powerful.“ (Paula Ghergia)
Shania Twain, vocals, background vocals, claps
Larry Byrom, acoustic guitar, electric rhythm guitar
Billy Crain, slide guitar Dann Huff, tic tac bass, guitars, claps Paul Franklin, pedal steel guitar, Pedabro John Hughey, pedal steel guitar John Barlow Jarvis, piano, Wurlitzer electric piano Brent Mason, lead guitar, electric guitar, six-string bass guitar Terry McMillan, percussion, cowbell, harmonica, harp Hargus "Pig" Robbins, piano Brent Rowan, electric guitar textures Sam Bush, mandolin Rob Hajacos, fiddle Glen Duncan, fiddle Joe Spivey, fiddle David Hungate, bass, fretless bass, double bass Paul Leim, drums, percussion, tambourine, shaker Nick Jeca, claps Robert John "Mutt" Lange, background vocals, claps
Recorded at Sound Stage Studio, Nashville, Tennessee; A.R.P. Track Productions, St. Anne Des Lacs, Canada
Engineered by Ron "Snake" Reynolds, Lee Groitasch, Lynn Peterzell, Nick Keca, Warren Peterson, Brian Tankersley
Produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange
was born on August 28th, 1965, she got married to Robert John Lange and got divorced after finding out about the cheating that was happening. Struggling in her early 18's she worked in many small payrolls to support her sister's after the death of her parents in a car accident. She is a brave Canadian lady who had a rough childhood even when her parents (Father) Jerry Twain and (Mother) Sharon Morrison were alive. Her ethnicity is white with a touch of Irish, English, and French ancestry.
Shania Twain is a Canadian singer, and songwriter originally born as Eilleen Regina Edwards, on 28th August 1965, in Windsor, Ontario to Sharon (Morrison) and Clarence Edwards.
After her parents separated with a divorce, she moved to Timmins, Ontario with her mom. Twain's mother again married Jerry Twain. Jerry took the responsibility of Eileen and adopted her legally giving her the right to be part of his life by claiming, Shania as his daughter. Thus, she changed from Eilleen Edwards to Shania Twain.
Shain brought up in Canadian territory, currently has an estimated net worth of $350 million. She adopted the career of country music as her “Passion” and struggled a lot throughout her teens. She even worked in many low-end jobs before taking up singing as her career. Now, the singer who made record sales of over 85 million, with all-time hit “Queen of Country Pop”, was once a low-end worker.
Winning a Grammy for Shania is pretty easy, her second album, “Any Man of Mine” and “The Women in Me”, earned her the very first Grammy, selling over 20 million copies all over the world.
Later, with a more on approach, her Third album earned her 4 more Grammies, with the singles; You’re Still the One, From This Moment On and Man! I Feel Like a Women! she made it to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and she also received Canada’s Walk of Fame.
She met her, to be husband Robert John Lange on a course of an album. After a short conversation over the telephone and few official meetings, they fell in love. Moreover, Shain and Robert shortly after dating each other for a span of 6 months moved to Switzerland in June 1993 and started living together.
In 2001, Shania gave birth to a son "Eja D'Angelo Lange", then the couple separated in 2008. The divorce gave Twain a hard time as she had to live alone and let go of someone who guided her to the fame. Arousing the situation, Shania began experiencing dysphonia, a tightening of the vocal muscles making it difficult for her to sing after she went through her tragic divorce.
After the award winning sessions, she went off the charts and was further followed by a serious throat injury. Now, after recovering from her traumatic throat injury, she took a tour around 48 countries and is in the process of releasing a new album whilst she’s still in her 50’s.
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