Separate Ways (Teddy Thompson album)

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Separate Ways
Teddy Thompson - Separate Ways.jpg
Studio album by Teddy Thompson
Released November 7, 2005
Recorded New York City
Genre Folk rock
Label Verve Forecast
Teddy Thompson chronology
Blunderbuss (EP)
(2004)Blunderbuss (EP)2004
Separate Ways
Upfront & Down Low

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Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
The Guardian 4/5 stars link
UNCUT 4/5 stars
The Sunday Times 4/5 stars

Separate Ways is the second full-length album by singer-songwriter Teddy Thompson. Along with Thompson's parents Richard and Linda Thompson, the album features contributions by Rufus and Martha Wainwright, Jenni Muldaur, Dave Mattacks, Matt Chamberlain, Smokey Hormel, Tony Trischka, and Garth Hudson (of The Band). The song "Separate Ways" featured in 2008 film 'My Best Friend's Girl'

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Shine So Bright"
  2. "I Should Get Up"
  3. "Everybody Move It"
  4. "I Wish it Was Over"
  5. "Separate Ways"
  6. "Sorry to See Me Go"
  7. "Altered State"
  8. "Think Again"
  9. "That's Enough Out of You"
  10. "No Way to Be"
  11. "You Made It"
  12. "Frontlines"

Produced by Brad Albetta, Teddy Thompson

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