Somewhere (Eva Cassidy album)

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Eva Cassidy -Somewhere.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 26, 2008
LabelBlix Street
ProducerChris Biondo,
Steve Lima (Track 4)
Eva Cassidy chronology
Wonderful World
Simply Eva
Professional ratings
Review scores
Detroit Free Press3/4 stars[1]
NY Daily News3/5 stars[2]
The Trades(favorable)[3]
Salt Lake Tribune(B)[4]

Somewhere is the title of Eva Cassidy's seventh posthumous album and the fourth studio album, twelve years after her death in 1996. For the first time, it includes two songs written by Eva Cassidy herself.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Original artistLength
1."Coat of Many Colors"Dolly PartonDolly Parton3:17
2."My Love Is Like a Red Red Rose"-Traditional3:43
3."Ain't Doin' Too Bad"Don D. RobeyJames Cotton3:41
4."Chain of Fools"Donald CovayAretha Franklin4:10
5."Won't Be Long"J. Leslie McFarlandAretha Franklin3:47
6."Walkin' After Midnight"Don Hecht, Alan BlockPatsy Cline2:38
7."Early One Morning"Eva Cassidy, Rob Cooper-2:20
8."A Bold Young Farmer"-Traditional3:44
9."If I Give My Heart"John PennellAlison Krauss3:59
10."Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain"Fred RoseRoy Acuff2:50
11."Summertime"George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward, Ira GershwinBillie Holiday3:04
12."Somewhere"Eva Cassidy, Chris Biondo-4:54


  • Eva Cassidy - vocals, backup vocals, guitar
  • Chris Biondo - bass guitar, acoustic guitar, synthesizers, percussion
  • Keith Grimes - electric guitar
  • Lenny Williams - piano, organ, synthesizers, orchestra
  • Raice McLeod - drums, percussion
  • Dan Cassidy - violin
  • Blues Webb - drums, percussion
  • William "JuJu" House - drums
  • Chris Walker - trumpet
  • Jen Krupa - trombone
  • Leonie & Amba Tremain - backup vocals
  • Steve Lima - guitar, bass guitar, drums, Hammond organ
  • Rob Cooper - Dobro and electric lap steel guitar


Charts Peak
UK Albums Chart 4[5]
Swedish Albums Chart 12[6]
Norwegian Albums Chart 11[6]
Irish Albums Chart 15

The album been certified Gold in the UK.[7]


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