What Am I Waiting For
Download links and information about What Am I Waiting For by Heidi Newfield. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 37:39 minutes.
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|1.||Can't Let Go||3:28|
|2.||When Tears Fall Down||4:13|
|3.||Johnny and June||3:37|
|4.||What Am I Waiting For||4:21|
|5.||Love Her and Lose Me||4:16|
|6.||Cry Cry (Til the Sun Shines)||3:19|
|8.||Nothin' Burns Like a Memory||2:53|
|9.||All I Wanna Do||4:14|
As the lead singer of Trick Pony, Heidi Newfield established herself on country radio in the ‘90s with frothy fare like “Pour Me” and “On a Mission,” but her solo debut album What Am I Waiting For has a more substantial feel. Produced by veteran hit-maker Tony Brown, these tracks are in a classic country mode, boasting above-average songwriting and well-tailored arrangements. Newfield’s vocals — tempering a rough edge with a honey-smooth delivery — recall those of such sultry chanteuses as Bobbie Gentry and Sammi Smith. Those looking for sassy Trick Pony-like exercises will be pleased by “Nothin’ Burns Like a Memory” and especially “Knocked Up.” But tormented ballads like “Love Her and Lose Me” (a plainspoken confession worthy of Tammy Wynette) and “Wreck You” (an unsparing portrait of a crumbling marriage) are the real showpieces here. Not all is sorrow though; “Johnny and June” celebrates Mr. and Mrs. Cash, while the title number tingles with dawning optimism. Stretching out a little, Newfield does a credible job with “Can’t Let Go,” a song previously cut by Lucinda Williams. What Am I Waiting For is an impressive, often revelatory album by an artist who’s left the trickery behind.