Careless Love (album)

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Careless Love
Studio album by Madeleine Peyroux
Released September, 2004
Genre Jazz
Length 42:50
Label Rounder/Universal
Producer Larry Klein
Madeleine Peyroux chronology
Got You on My Mind
(2004)
Careless Love
(2004)
Half the Perfect World
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
The Guardian 3/5 stars link
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Robert Christgau (choice cut) link

Careless Love is a 2004 jazz album by American jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux. All the tracks are cover versions, except for "Don't Wait Too Long," which Peyroux co-wrote with Jesse Harris and Larry Klein. It is Peyroux's most critically acclaimed album so far and her song choices were praised[citation needed]. The song "Don't Wait Too Long" was featured in a commercial for Dockers.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Dance Me to the End of Love" (Leonard Cohen) - 3:56
  2. "Don't Wait Too Long" (Madeleine PeyrouxJesse HarrisLarry Klein) - 3:10
  3. "Don't Cry Baby" (Saul Bernie–James P. Johnson–Stella Unger) - 3:16
  4. "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" (Bob Dylan) - 3:26
  5. "Between the Bars" (Elliott Smith) - 3:42
  6. "No More" (Salvador Camerata–Bob Russell) - 3:31
  7. "Lonesome Road" (Gene AustinNathaniel Shilkret) - 3:10
  8. "J'ai deux amours" (Vincent Scotto–Géorges Koger–Henri Varna) - 2:54
  9. "Weary Blues" (Hank Williams) - 3:39
  10. "I'll Look Around" (George Cory–Douglass Cross) - 4:47
  11. "Careless Love" (William C. Handy–Martha Koenig–Spencer Williams) - 3:50
  12. "This Is Heaven to Me" (Frank Reardon–Ernest Schweikert) - 3:12

Recorded and mixed by Helik Hadar at Market Street Recording Studios, Venice, Los Angeles, and at Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood.

Track 12 contains the short motif played by glass harp and glockenspiel from "O Venezia Venaga Venusia" written by Nino Rota as part of the score for Federico Fellini's Casanova.

Personnel[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Country Certification
(sales thresholds)
France Gold[1]
Germany 1× Gold[2]
United Kingdom Gold[3]
United States Gold[4]

References[edit]