...Somewhere More Familiar

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...Somewhere More Familiar
Studio album by Sister Hazel
Released February 25, 1997 (1997-02-25)
Genre Southern rock, alternative rock
Length 51:54
Label Universal
Producer Paul Ebersold
Sister Hazel chronology
Sister Hazel
(1994)
...Somewhere More Familiar
(1997)
Fortress
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

...Somewhere More Familiar is the second album by American alternative rock band Sister Hazel, released in 1997 by Universal Records. Although it only peaked at #47 in the U.S., it has gone platinum selling over a million copies. This album contained a re-recorded and more well known version of "All for You", and is Sister Hazel's biggest hit to date, hitting #11 on the Billboard Hot 100. "We'll Find It" was included in the soundtrack for the film The Wedding Planner, starring Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey. The title of the album comes from a lyric in said song.

Track listing[edit]

  • All Songs Written & Arranged By Sister Hazel (Ken Block, Andrew Copeland, Ryan Newell, Jett Beres, Mark Trojanowski)
No. Title Length
1. "Just Remember"   4:37
2. "Happy"   3:40
3. "All for You" (Full Band Version) 3:39
4. "Look to the Children"   4:27
5. "Wanted It to Be"   4:53
6. "Think About Me"   3:08
7. "So Long"   4:34
8. "Superman"   4:01
9. "Concede"   3:57
10. "Cerilene"   5:33
11. "We'll Find It"   4:59
12. "Starfish"   4:26

Personnel[edit]

Sister Hazel[edit]

  • Ken Block: Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitar
  • Andrew Copeland: Rhythm Guitar, Harmony Vocals
  • Ryan Newell: Lead & Slide Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Jett Beres: Bass, Backing Vocals
  • Mark Trojanowski: Drums, Percussion

Additional Musicians[edit]

  • Darwin Martin: Organ
  • Kevin Paige: Organ, Piano
  • Todd Schietroma: Additional Percussion

Production[edit]

  • Produced By Paul Ebersold
  • Engineered By Paul Ebersold & Erik Flettrich; assistant engineers: Matt Martone & Pete Matthews
  • Mixed By Paul Ebersold, Erik Flettrich & Brian Malouf
  • Mastered By Greg Calbi

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