Quiet Girl with a Credit Card
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|Quiet Girl with a Credit Card|
|Studio album by|
|Lisa Miller chronology|
Quiet Girl With A Credit Card is the debut album from Australian singer-songwriter Lisa Miller. It was released in Australia in 1996 on the W.Minc label and licensed for release in Europe by Demon Records. Produced by Graham Lee (ex-The Triffids) who had previously played pedal steel guitar in Lisa's roots-rock band Truckasaurus.
The album features Lisa's own compositions, plus two songs by Melbourne friends (one each from Dave Graney and Conway Savage), and two US classics: Bob Dylan's "You're a Big Girl Now" and Dan Penn's "Woman Left Lonely" (previously recorded by both Charlie Rich and Janis Joplin).
- "Big American Car"
- "You're a Big Girl Now" (Bob Dylan)
- "Guitar Boat"
- "Nobody's An Angel"
- "I'm Gonna Live My Life (I'm Gonna Take My Time)" (Dave Graney)
- "Hang My Head"
- "Woman Left Lonely" (Dan Penn/Spooner Oldham)
- "False Waltz"
- "Long Wide Load"
- "Too Dark To See" (Conway Savage)
- "Big Small Town"
All compositions by Lisa Miller except where noted.
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