When k.d. lang released her first major-label album in 1987, she caused considerable controversy within the traditional world of country music. With her vaguely campy approach, androgynous appearance, and edgy, rock-inflected music, very few observers knew what to make of her or her music, although no one questioned her considerable vocal talents. Her self-reliant stature has never wavered over the course of her career, even when she abandoned country music for torchy adult contemporary pop in 1992 with her fourth album, Ingénue, which featured her biggest hit, "Constant Craving." While lang already held Grammys for earlier vocal performances, Ingénue was nominated for Album of the Year. Among her frequent and varied collaborative outings, she teamed up with Tony Bennett for 2002's A Wonderful World, and in 2016, she released ...
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