Little Ol' Cowgirl
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Little Ol' Cowgirl
Little Ol' Cowgirl
Dixie Chicks - Little Ol' Cowgirl.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 1, 1992[1]
March 1, 1994 (re-release)
Recorded1991
GenreCountry
Length45:12
LabelCrystal Clear Sound
ProducerDixie Chicks,
Larry Seyer
Dixie Chicks chronology
Thank Heavens for Dale Evans
(1990)
Little Ol' Cowgirl
(1992)
Shouldn't a Told You That
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[2]

Little Ol' Cowgirl is the second studio album by American country band Dixie Chicks, released in 1992 (see 1992 in music). As with their previous album, it produced no chart singles. It was also the last album to feature Robin Lynn Macy, who left in late 1992 over a dispute with the Erwin sisters over the musical direction of the band.

The song "Past the Point of Rescue" was also recorded by Hal Ketchum on his 1991 album Past the Point of Rescue, from which it was released as a single in 1992.

Track listing

  1. "Little Ol' Cowgirl" (Jon Ims) - 2:53
  2. "A Road Is Just a Road" (Mary Chapin Carpenter, John Jennings) - 3:15
  3. "She'll Find Better Things to Do" (Bob Millard) -- 3:00
  4. "Irish Medley" (traditional) - 3:57
  5. "You Send Me" (Sam Cooke) - 2:51
  6. "Just a Bit Like Me" (Robin Macy) - 3:56
  7. "A Heart That Can" (Patti Dixon) - 2:35
  8. "Past the Point of Rescue" (Mick Hanly) - 3:30
  9. "Beatin' Around the Bush" (Matthew Benjamin, Martie Erwin) (Instrumental) - 2:32
  10. "Two of a Kind" (Ims) - 4:12
  11. "Standin' by the Bedside" (Ira Tucker) - 2:29
  12. "Aunt Mattie's Quilt" (Lisa Brandenburg, Macy) - 3:57
  13. "Hallelujah, I Love Him So" (Ray Charles) - 2:41
  14. "Pink Toenails" (Erwin, Laura Lynch) - 3:24

Personnel

Additional personnel

Production

  • Producers: Dixie Chicks, Larry Seyer
  • Engineer: Larry Seyer
  • Arranger: Larry Seyer

References

  1. ^ "Little Ol' Cowgirl". Chickoholic.tripod.com. 1992-05-01. Retrieved .
  2. ^ Allmusic review

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