Relish (20th Anniversary Edition) Joan Osborne

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Label: Island Records

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Blues-Rock

Interpret: Joan Osborne

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  • 1St. Teresa05:21
  • 2Man In The Long Black Coat04:50
  • 3Right Hand Man05:01
  • 4Pensacola04:32
  • 5Dracula Moon06:19
  • 6One Of Us05:21
  • 7Ladder04:13
  • 8Spider Web05:32
  • 9Let's Just Get Naked05:10
  • 10Help Me05:15
  • 11Crazy Baby06:33
  • 12Lumina03:12
  • 13One Of Us03:59
  • 14Pensacola04:30
  • 15Mighty One05:07
  • 16Here Comes What’s Coming06:10
  • 17One Of Us05:12
  • 18Crazy Baby08:08
  • 19St. Teresa04:18
  • 20Spider Web05:26
  • Total Runtime01:44:09

Info zu Relish (20th Anniversary Edition)

„An starken Frauen herrscht in der US-Musikszene kein Mangel: Melissa Etheridge, Bonnie Raitt, Tori Amos - und jetzt Joan Osborne. Die Sängerin aus Kentucky präsentiert auf ihrem zweiten Album 'Relish' eine gelungene Rock-, Blues-, Country- und Folk-Mixtur. Mit Rick Chertoff als Produzent und den beiden Hooters-Songschreibern Eric Bazilian und Rob Hyman assistierte das Team, das einst hinter Cyndi Laupers Debüt stand. Die Höhepunkte der Zusammenarbeit: das aufgekratzte 'St. Teresa' im typischen Hooters-Sound und die schöne Ballade 'One Of Us'. 'Relish' wurde in Amerika für sechs Grammies nominiert.“ (stereoplay)

„Die Lady verkündet Sensationelles: 'Letzte Nacht träumte ich von Ray Charles- und er konnte wunderbar sehen', wispert Joan Osborne auf ihrem CD-Debüt. Leider war's nur ein Traum. Real und greifbar ist dagegen das Repertoire, aus dem die Sängerin schöpft: Country, Rock und R & B. Da fallen einem Namen von Aretha Franklin bis Melissa Etheridge ein, aber die Aufsteigerin aus Kentucky versteht sich auch auf amouröse Anzüglichkeiten à la Tori Amos. Leider hält sie die Klasse des bluesigen Openers 'St. Teresa' nicht über das ganze Album. Noch nicht …“ (Audio)

Joan Osborne, vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion, background vocals
Eric Bazilian, chant, guitar, mandolin, harmonica, saxophone
Rick DiFonzo, guitar, acoustic guitar
William Wittman, guitar, electric guitar
Gary Lucas, guitar
Chris Palmaro, fiddle, electric piano, organ, Mellotron
Larry Campbell, fiddle
Wade Schuman, harmonica
Rob Hyman, piano, electric piano, organ, Mellotron, synthesizer, background vocals
Andy Kravitz, drums, percussion
Omar Hakim, drums
Sammy Merendino, drums
Rick Chertoff, percussion
Catherine Russell, background vocals

Recorded at Big Blue, Katonah, New York and The Crawlspace, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Engineered by Rob Hyman, William Wittman
Mixing and additional recording at PIE Studios, Glen Cove, NY
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York, NY
Produced by Rick Chertoff

Digitally remastered

Joan Osborne
was born on July 8, 1962, in the town of Anchorage, Kentucky, but it wasn't until relocating to New York City in the early '90s (to study at NYU's film school) that she began to take a singing career seriously after performing Billie Holiday's classic 'God Bless the Child' at a local bar's open-mike night. In addition to Holiday, Osborne looked to such legendary vocalists as Etta James and Ray Charles as role models, as the up-and-coming singer decided not to cater to major record companies and formed her own label, Womanly Hips, which resulted in such releases as 1992's in-concert Soul Show, among others. But eventually Osborne decided to sign on with a major label, Mercury, which in turn issued the singer's next release, Relish, in March 1995. The album proved to have a long life, as almost a year after its initial release the track 'One of Us' became a massive MTV and radio smash, camping out at the number one spot on the U.S. singles chart for two weeks, and Relish eventually racked up sales of three-million copies. Further tracks ('Right Hand Man' and 'St. Teresa') failed to match the success of Osborne's first hit, but the singer still managed to connect with a large and appreciative audience, especially after touring as part of the 1997 edition of Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair tour. Osborne also received numerous Grammy nominations in both 1996 and 1997. Producing a worthy follow-up to Relish proved to be a time-consuming challenge for Osborne. Mercury tried to buy some time by issuing a compilation release, Early Recordings (which collected the early releases Live at Delta '88 and Blue Million Miles). In the meantime, Osborne focused on supporting a few groups/causes she felt strongly about, such as Rock the Vote and Planned Parenthood (eventually being named an honorary member of Planned Parenthood's board of advocates), in addition to covering 'I'm Just a Bill' as a duet with Isaac Hayes on the 1998 Schoolhouse Rocks the Vote! benefit album. She also studied briefly with late Qawwali master Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and performed alongside such notables as Stevie Wonder, Melissa Etheridge, Taj Mahal, Luciano Pavarotti, Spearhead, Bob Dylan, and the Chieftains. September 2000 finally saw the release of Osborne's next all-new studio album, titled Righteous Love, which failed to match its predecessor's commercial success and sank from sight shortly after release. She bounced back in 2002 with How Sweet It Is, a collection of covers that leaned heavily on classic soul and R&B tunes from the '60s and '70s. A career retrospective, One of Us, followed in 2005. Vanguard picked her up shortly after this, and Osborne released her first full-length on that label, a country-tinged effort called Pretty Little Stranger, in 2006. It was followed in 2007 by Breakfast in Bed and in 2008 by Little Wild One. After a break of three years, Osborne re-entered a recording studio with her road band and co-producer Jack Petruzzelli. They emerged with a raw, wooly collection of classic blues and R&B covers entitled Bring It on Home; it was released in the spring of 2012. She took more direct control over her next release, Love & Hate. Osborne and Petruzzelli re-teamed for co-production duties, but this time she but wrote or co-wrote every song. The album was released in the spring of 2014. (Greg Prato)

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