Salvation Jane (album)

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Salvation Jane
Studio album by Jenny Morris
Released 10 July 1995
Genre Pop
Length 59:28
Label rooArt
Producer Andrew Farriss, Mark Moffatt
Jenny Morris chronology
The Best of Jenny Morris: The Story So Far
Salvation Jane
Hit & Myth
Singles from Salvation Jane
  1. "Price I Pay"
    Released: 1993
  2. "Only We Can Hear"
    Released: 1994
  3. "Rhythm & Flow"
    Released: 1995
  4. "In Too Deep"
    Released: 1995
  5. "What Do I Know"
    Released: 1995

Salvation Jane is the fourth studio album by New Zealand singer Jenny Morris. It was released in July 1995 on the rooArt label,[1] after a four-year gap from her last album. The album was produced Andrew Farriss[2] and Mark Moffatt, together with Electric Hippies' duo Steve Balbi and Justin Stanley. The album featured songs from a songwriting retreat held at Miles Copeland's castle, Chateau de Marouatte, in Bordeaux, France.[3] Here, Morris co-wrote a number of songs with other international songwriters, including Jud Friedman, Rich Wayland, Mark Cawley and Dennis Greaves.

The album peaked at #70 upon its debut on the Australian ARIA album charts on the week ending 23 July 1995, and spent two weeks in the top 100.[4]

"Salvation Jane" is one of several names by which the flowering plant Echium plantagineum is known in Australia.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Rhythm and Flow" (J. Morris) - 5:37
  2. "Cry and Cry" (Don Miller-Robinson, J. Morris) - 3:45
  3. "What Do I Do Now" (Mark Forrester, J. Morris) - 4:47
  4. "In Too Deep" (R. Nowels) - 4:42
  5. "Walking into Walls" (J. Friedman, J. Morris) - 4:03
  6. "Frida" (J. Morris) - 4:01
  7. "Hope (Now I Know)" (D. Greaves, J. Morris) - 2:59
  8. "Price I Pay" (B. Bragg) - 3:44
  9. "Only We Can Hear" (J. Morris, W. Wilson) - 4:08
  10. "Digger" (B. Baker, Mark Cawley, J. Morris) - 4:11
  11. "Angels" (J .Morris) - 3:46
  12. "Pain in Your Shadow" (J. Morris, R. Wayland, Simon Wilson) - 4:50
  13. "Salvation Jane" (A. Farriss) - 3:19


Chart (1995) Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA)[4] 70


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