Sand and Water

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Sand and Water
Beth Nielsen Chapman - Sand and Water.jpg
Studio album by Beth Nielsen Chapman
Released July 15, 1997
Genre Country
Length 40:14
Label Reprise
Producer Rodney Crowell, Beth Nielsen Chapman
Beth Nielsen Chapman chronology
You Hold the Key
(1993)
Sand and Water
(1997)
Greatest Hits
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Sand and Water is an album by Beth Nielsen Chapman. It was released in 1997 via Reprise Records. The title track was the only single released, peaking at number 22 on Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks and number 2 on Bubbling Under Hot 100. Included on the album is "Happy Girl", which was later released as a single by Martina McBride in 1998.[citation needed]

The title track appeared in the first season of Charmed in the episode "Dead Man Dating" during Mark Chao's (John Cho) funeral. It also appeared in a 2000 episode of the medical drama ER of the same name, in which Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes) is helpless to prevent the intubation of a comatose woman against the wishes of her partner because they are a same-sex couple, and therefore they have no legal standing. The song plays over a montage which includes Weaver performing the intubation while the other woman watches powerless.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Color of Roses" (Chapman, Matt Rollings)
  2. "Beyond the Blue" (Chapman, Gary Nicholson)
  3. "All the Time in the World" (Chapman, Bill Lloyd)
  4. "Sand and Water" (Chapman)
  5. "Fair Enough" (Chapman, Dominic Miller, Kevin Savigar)
  6. "Seven Shades of Blue" (Chapman)
  7. "Happy Girl" (Chapman, Annie Roboff)
  8. "No One Knows But You" (Chapman)
  9. "Heads Up for the Wrecking Ball" (Chapman)
  10. "Say Goodnight" (Chapman, Joe Henry)

Personnel[edit]

  • Beth Nielsen Chapman - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Slide Dulcimer, Slide Whistle, Piano, Organ, Keyboards
  • Matt Rollings - Piano
  • Kirby Shelstad - Hand Drums, Percussion, Drum Program
  • Michael Rhodes - Bass
  • Steuart Smith - Electric Guitar, Gut String Electric & Acoustic Guitars
  • Mike Utley - Hammond Organ
  • Paul Leim - Drums, Percussion
  • Sam Bush - Mandolin
  • Bill Lloyd - Background Vocals
  • Steve Nathan - Keyboards
  • Dominic Miller - Gut String Guitars
  • Kevin Savigar - Piano
  • Michael McDonald - Guest Vocalist
  • Annie Roboff - Bandoleon
  • Barry Walsh - Piano
  • Johnathan Yudkin - Mandolin
  • Pat Buchanan - Electric Guitar
  • Larry Chaney - Electric Guitar
  • Dave Pomeroy - Bass
  • Brian Barnett - Drums, Hand Drums
  • Jelly Roll Johnson - Harmonica
  • Bonnie Raitt - Dobro, Electric Slide Guitar, Guest Vocalist
  • Tim Lauer - Accordion
  • Jim Keltner - Drums
  • Mike Haynes - Trumpet
  • Tommy Simms - Bass
  • Bobby Taylor - Oboe
  • Tom McAnich - French Horn
  • Jim Ed Norman - Executive Producer

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