Early Recordings (Joan Osborne album)

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Early Recordings
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)

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.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars link
Entertainment Weekly B link
Los Angeles Times 2/4 stars link

Track listing[edit]

  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

Personnel[edit]

  • 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

Credits[edit]

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

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