A New Day Yesterday (Joe Bonamassa album)

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A New Day Yesterday
Joe Bonamassa A New Day Yesterday.jpg
Studio album by Joe Bonamassa
Released October 24, 2000 (2000-10-24)
Recorded 2000 (2000) at Pyramid Recording Studios, Ithaca, New York
Genre Blues rock
Length 61:44
Label Premier Artists
Producer Tom Dowd
Joe Bonamassa chronology
A New Day Yesterday
So, It's Like That

A New Day Yesterday is the debut studio album by American blues rock musician Joe Bonamassa. Produced by Tom Dowd, it was released on October 24, 2000 by Premier Artists and reached number nine on the US Billboard Top Blues Albums chart.[1] The title of the album is a reference to the song of the same name by English progressive rock band Jethro Tull from their 1969 second album Stand Up.[2]


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars [2]

Music website AllMusic gave A New Day Yesterday four out of five stars, with reviewer Eduardo Rivadavia describing the album as "a fine debut".[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cradle Rock" (Rory Gallagher cover) Rory Gallagher 3:50
2. "Walk in My Shadows" (Free cover) Paul Rodgers, Paul Kossoff, Simon Kirke, Andy Fraser 3:27
3. "A New Day Yesterday" (Jethro Tull cover) Ian Anderson 4:45
4. "I Know Where I Belong" Joe Bonamassa 5:38
5. "Miss You, Hate You" (rock radio remix) Bonamassa, Richard Feldman 3:39
6. "Nuthin' I Wouldn't Do (For a Woman Like You)" (Al Kooper cover) Al Kooper 5:10
7. "Colour and Shape" Bonamassa 5:03
8. "Headaches to Heartbreaks" Bonamassa 4:56
9. "Trouble Waiting" Bonamassa, Steve Tyrell, Stephanie Tyrell 3:25
10. "If Heartaches Were Nickels" (Warren Haynes cover) Warren Haynes 7:51
11. "Current Situation" Bonamassa 3:35
12. "Don't Burn Down That Bridge" (Albert King cover) Allen Jones, Carl Wells 4:21
13. "Miss You, Hate You" (original full-length version bonus track) Bonamassa, Feldman 6:04

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
US Billboard Top Blues Albums [1] 9



  1. ^ a b "Blues Albums". Joe Bonamassa Album & Song Chart History. Billboard. Retrieved January 9, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c Eduardo Rivadavia. "Joe Bonamassa - A New Day Yesterday (2000) album review". AllMusic. Retrieved January 2, 2012.