Salvation Jane is the fourth studio album by New Zealand singer Jenny Morris. It was released in July 1995 on the rooArt label, after a four-year gap from her last album. The album was produced Andrew Farriss 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. 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.
"Salvation Jane" is one of several names by which the flowering plant Echium plantagineum is known in Australia.
- "Rhythm and Flow" (J. Morris) - 5:37
- "Cry and Cry" (Don Miller-Robinson, J. Morris) - 3:45
- "What Do I Do Now" (Mark Forrester, J. Morris) - 4:47
- "In Too Deep" (R. Nowels) - 4:42
- "Walking into Walls" (J. Friedman, J. Morris) - 4:03
- "Frida" (J. Morris) - 4:01
- "Hope (Now I Know)" (D. Greaves, J. Morris) - 2:59
- "Price I Pay" (B. Bragg) - 3:44
- "Only We Can Hear" (J. Morris, W. Wilson) - 4:08
- "Digger" (B. Baker, Mark Cawley, J. Morris) - 4:11
- "Angels" (J .Morris) - 3:46
- "Pain in Your Shadow" (J. Morris, R. Wayland, Simon Wilson) - 4:50
- "Salvation Jane" (A. Farriss) - 3:19
|Australian Albums (ARIA)