If I were to start out by discussing standout tracks on the album, I might as well just give you the tracklist. That being said, it might be worth instead listing off a couple of the surprises on the album.
The first surprise was Womack's cover of Hayes Carll's "Chances Are," written by Carll and recorded on his 2011 album KMAG YOYO (and Other American Stories). While Carll's original is perfect, hearing the song from a female perspective adds an undeniable dimension to the song, and Womack is the ideal choice to add that dimension.
The next surprise is her cover of the Neil Young song "Out On the Weekend." Another great interpretation of a well-known song given to us from a female perspective, Womack's voice shines and showcases her incredible vocal talent.
It's difficult to review an album when you really can't come up with anything critical to say about it. Womack spends this album doing what she does best: making great country music and showing off her incredibly beautiful voice.
The album is a breath of fresh air in a landscape of country music which still refuses to give female artists the respect and attention they deserve. Womack has crafted a beautiful album here; it's one that, in hindsight, almost made the six-year wait bearable.