Volcano (Edie Brickell album)

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Volcano
Edie Brickell - Volcano.jpg
Studio album by Edie Brickell
Released October 14, 2003
Genre Alternative rock, folk rock
Length 54:41
Label Cherry Records, Universal
Producer Charlie Sexton
Edie Brickell chronology
Picture Perfect Morning
(1994)Picture Perfect Morning1994
Volcano
(2003)
Edie Brickell
(2011)Edie Brickell2011
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars [1]
Blender 2/5 stars [2]
The Music Box 3.5/5 stars [3]
Fretplay 5/5 stars [4]

Volcano is the second solo album (fourth album overall) by American singer-songwriter Edie Brickell, released in 2003. The album sold about 21,000 copies as of November 2003.[5]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Edie Brickell.

No. Title Length
1. "Rush Around" 3:33
2. "Oo La La" 3:57
3. "I'd Be Surprised" 2:43
4. "Songs We Used to Sing" 4:51
5. "Once in a Blue Moon" 4:22
6. "Volcano" 4:41
7. "More Than Friends" 4:36
8. "The Messenger" 3:23
9. "The One Who Went Away" 3:35
10. "Take a Walk" 4:20
11. "Not Saying Goodbye" 4:19
12. "Came a Long Way" 5:32
13. "What Would You Do" 4:49
Total length: 54:41

Personnel[edit]

Musicians

Production

  • Producer: Charlie Sexton
  • Engineers: Claudius Mittendorfer, Andy Smith
  • Mixing: Andy Smith
  • Mastering: Scott Hull
  • Assistants: Dan Bucchi, Suzanne Kapa, Claudius Mittendorfer
  • A&R: Eloise Bryan, Jolene Cherry, Nina Freeman, Meg Hansen
  • Drum technician: Chris Testa
  • Guitar technician: Yuek Wong
  • Project coordinator: Cindy Osborne
  • Production coordination: Jill Dell'Abate, Meg Hansen
  • Art direction: Sandy Brummels
  • Design: Chris Kornmann
  • Photography: Danny Clinch
  • Drawing: Lulu McGillicutty, Mr. Big Stuff

Charts[edit]

AlbumBillboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
2003 The Billboard 200 188

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. Volcano at AllMusic
  2. ^ Blender review
  3. ^ The music Box review
  4. ^ Fretplay review
  5. ^ "She'll take songs over spotlight". Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 2012-07-14.