Keith Urban (also known as Keith Urban II) is the second studio album by Australian country music artist Keith Urban. It was released on 19 October 1999 via Capitol Nashville.
Before this album, Urban recorded a self-titled album in Australia in 1991 and another in the US as a member of the short-lived band The Ranch. The US album is Urban's breakthrough album, as it produced four singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. In order of release, the singles were "It's a Love Thing" (number 18), "Your Everything" (number 4), "But for the Grace of God" (number 1), and "Where the Blacktop Ends" (number 3). It has sold 980,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The track "A Little Luck of Our Own" was originally titled "Luck of Our Own" as first recorded by American singer and songwriter Dale Daniel on her 1993 album of the same name. This is Urban's only album to not be produced by Dann Huff, who has produced all his albums since. While Urban's contemporaries, Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney, started with a neotraditional country sound before developing a crossover-friendly country pop sound, Keith had a crossover-friendly country pop sound from the very beginning.
- David Angell – violin
- Bruce Bouton – pedal steel guitar, pedabro
- John Catchings – cello
- Steve Conn – accordion
- Eric Darken – percussion
- David Davidson – violin
- Stuart Duncan – fiddle
- Tabitha Fair – background vocals
- Jerry Flowers – background vocals
- Paul Franklin – pedal steel guitar
- Aubrey Haynie – fiddle, mandolin
- Kim Keyes – background vocals
- Chris McHugh – drums, drum loops, percussion
- Emily Robison – background vocals
- Matt Rollings – organ, piano, synthesizer, background vocals
- Martie Seidel – background vocals
- Keith Urban – banjo, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric sitar, slide guitar, lead vocals, background vocals
- Steve Wariner – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals
- Biff Watson – acoustic guitar
- Kristin Wilkinson – programming, string arrangements, synthesizer programming, viola
- Glenn Worf – bass guitar
- Curtis Young – background vocals
Keith Urban debuted at number 145 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and number 17 on the Top Country Albums. In December 2003, Keith Urban was certified Platinum by the RIAA.