Mixed Emotions (Beverley Craven album)

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Mixed Emotions
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Studio album by Beverley Craven
Released 1999 (UK)
Genre pop
Label Epic
Producer Beverley Craven
Beverley Craven chronology
Love Scenes
(1993)
Mixed Emotions
(1999)
The Very Best Of Beverley Craven
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Mixed Emotions is the third studio album by Beverley Craven, released in 1999. The album was released after a 5-year hiatus, in which Craven gave birth to two daughters and took time off to take care of her three children.

On this album she did not collaborate with the producer of her previous two albums, Paul Samwell-Smith, and instead Craven fully produced the release.

The lead single, "I Miss You", was released as a promo single and a videoclip was made for it. However, the record label refused to release the single commercially. The album received mixed reviews and it charted at a poor #46 in the UK Albums Chart, staying 2 weeks in the Top 75. Craven made a small tour around the UK to support the album.

No further singles were released from the album, and Craven parted ways with her label Epic Records shortly after. She disappeared from the music scene for ten years before returning in 2009 with her fourth album Close To Home.

Two songs on the album were originally written for film scores, "I Miss You" for the 1996 film The Adventures of Pinocchio, and "We Found A Place" for the 1998 film The Theory of Flight. Both were rejected, however, and not used in the films.

Single releases[edit]

  • "I Miss You" (Promo Single Only)
  • "We Found A Place" (Polish Promo Single Only)
  • "Say You're Sorry" (Polish Promo Single Only)

Details[edit]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Miss You"
  2. "Tick Tock"
  3. "Come Home to Me"
  4. "Move On"
  5. "We Found A Place"
  6. "Say You're Sorry"
  7. "Talk to Me"
  8. "She Doesn't Need Saving"
  9. "Phoenix from the Fire"
  10. "Afraid of Letting Go"
  • All Tracks Written By Beverley Craven

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