Background information. Mattea is also a two-time Grammy Award winner: in 1990 for "Where've You Been", and in 1993 for her Christmas album Good News. Her style is defined by traditional country, bluegrass, folk, and Celtic music influences. Mattea's self-titled debut came out in 1984, with Hill and Rick Peoples as the album's producers.
Kathy Mattea is the debut album by American country singer Kathy Mattea. It was released in 1984 (see 1984 in country music) on Mercury Records. It includes the singles "Street Talk", "Someone Is Falling in Love", "You've Got a Soft Place to Fall", and "That's Easy for You to Say". The song "(Back to the) Heartbreak Kid" was later released in 1986 by Restless Heart from their self-titled debut album. Street Talk" (Lee Domann, Ralph Whiteway) – 2:44.
Mattea's third album, Walk the Way the Wind Blows (1986), proved to be her critical and commercial breakthrough, Her cover of Nanci Griffith's "Love at the Five and Dime" was her first major hit, reaching No. 3 (and in addition, earned Griffith notice as a songwriter), and the album produced three other top ten songs: "Walk the Way the Wind Blows". "You're the Power" ( and "Train of Memories" (. The heartrending "Where've You Been," which Mattea's husband Jon Vezner co-wrote with singer/songwriter Don Henry, reached No. 10 on the country chart and won her a 1990 Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal. Mattea is a repeat winner of the County Music Association's Female Vocalist of the Year, which she won on the success of "Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses" and "Where've You Been".
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Where've You Been By Kathy Mattea - Digital Sheet Music (Leadsheet). Includes 1 print + interactive copy. Where've You Been digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file. Contains complete lyrics. Leadsheets typically only contain the lyrics, chord symbols and melody line of a song and are rarely more than one page in length. Musicians will often use these skeletons to improvise their own arrangements. Leadsheets often do not contain complete lyrics to the song.