Cover Girl (Shawn Colvin album)

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Cover Girl
Album cover girl colvin.jpg
Studio album by Shawn Colvin
Released August 23, 1994
Recorded 1993-4 Sony Music Studios and The Bitter End
Label Columbia
Producer Shawn Colvin, David Kahne, Steuart Smith
Shawn Colvin chronology
Fat City
Cover Girl
A Few Small Repairs
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Cover Girl, Shawn Colvin's third full-length album, was released in 1994 on Columbia Records. Colvin is a singer-songwriter who usually records her own material, however, as the title alludes to, all of the tracks on the album are covers of previously recorded songs. The album received a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Folk Album.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Track No Song title Songwriter/composer(s) Length
1 "Every Little Thing (He) Does Is Magic" Sting 3:17
2 "(Looking for) The Heart of Saturday Night" [live] Tom Waits 3:36
3 "One Cool Remove" (feat. Mary Chapin Carpenter) Greg Brown 3:19
4 "Satin Sheets" [live] Willis Alan Ramsey 3:10
5 "There's a Rugged Road" Judee Sill 3:43
6 "Killing the Blues" [live] Roly Salley 3:47
7 "Window to the World" Tom Littlefield 5:15
8 "Someday" Steve Earle 4:09
9 "Twilight" [live] Robbie Robertson 2:56
10 "If These Walls Could Speak" Jimmy Webb 3:06
11 "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)" David Byrne, Chris Frantz,
Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth.
12 "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" [live] Bob Dylan 4:10