Wanda Jackson "Heart Trouble"
Heart Trouble is a studio album by American recording artist Wanda Jackson. It was released on October 14, 2003 via CMH Records and contained 16 tracks. The disc was Jackson's forty first studio release of her career and her first disc released in the United States in a decade. The album was a mixture of Rockabilly and country recordings, featuring collaborations with musicians Elvis Costello, The Cramps and Rosie Flores. Heart Trouble received a positive response from critics following its release.