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Early Recordings (Joan Osborne album)

Early Recordings is an album by Joan Osborne released on November 5, 1996.[1] Except for "His Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles," it consists of live recordings, mostly from Osborne's debut album, Soul Show: Live at Delta 88.

Early Recordings
Joan Osborne - Early Recordings.jpg
Live album by Joan Osborne
Released November 5, 1996
Recorded N/A
Genre Rock
Length 48:59
Label Mercury Records/Universal Records
Producer Joan Osborne, Tom Fritze
Joan Osborne chronology
Relish
(1995)
Early Recordings
(1996)
Righteous Love
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 stars link
Entertainment WeeklyB link
Los Angeles Times2/4 stars link

Contents

Track listingEdit

  1. "Fly Away" (Osborne) - 3:52
  2. "Dreamin' About the Day" (Osborne) - 3:58
  3. "His Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles" (Captain Beefheart) - 3:56
  4. "Fingerprints" (Osborne) - 4:38
  5. "4 Camels" (Osborne) - 3:49
  6. "What You Gonna Do" (Osborne) - 4:57
  7. "Match Burn Twice" (Osborne) - 3:53
  8. "Billie Listens (To Your Heartbeat)" (Osborne) - 4:39
  9. "Wild World" (Osborne) - 4:52
  10. "Son of a Preacher Man" (John Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins) - 6:01
  11. "Get Up Jack" - 4:21

PersonnelEdit

  • Ray Alfasi – photography
  • Chris Butler – guitar, producer
  • Yoomi Chong – design
  • Greg Di Gesu – assistant engineer
  • Dave Dreiwitz – guitar
  • Gary Frazier – bass
  • Tom Fritze – producer, engineer, mixing
  • Margery Greenspan – art direction
  • Amanda Homi – backing vocals
  • Wayne Isaak – photography
  • Mike Leslie – bass, dobro, backing vocals
  • George Marino – compilation
  • James Mussen – drums
  • Joan Osborne – tambourine, vocals, producer, engineer
  • Shawn Pelton – drums
  • Jack Petruzzelli – organ, acoustic guitar, guitar, backing vocals
  • Gary Schreiner – keyboards
  • Mark Shane – second engineer
  • Sissy Siero – backing vocals
  • Kevin Trainor – guitar
  • Nick Vaccaro – photography

CreditsEdit

Producer – Chris Butler (tracks: 3, 8), Joan Osborne, Tom Fritze (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9 to 11)

ReferencesEdit