Where You Live is Tracy Chapman's seventh studio album and was released September 13, 2005. The album was co-produced by Tchad Blake. It produced two singles: "Change", and "America". All songs written by Tracy Chapman. Love's Proof" – 3:44. Before Easter" – 3:03.
Tracy Chapman’s seventh album is a master class in understated elegance. It's a dexterous blend of the deeply personal (the gut-wrenching Never Yours ) and the stridently political-all seamlessly woven together and held in place by the Ohio native’s singularly mellow vocal. Her social conscience is on full display here; 3,000 Miles rails fiercely against urban poverty, while the starkly arresting America challenges racial bias and political power, its sparse instrumentation letting Chapman’s impeccable musicianship take center stage. Where You Live Tracy Chapman. Tracy Chapman’s seventh album is a master class in understated elegance.
Band Name Tracy Chapman. Album Name Where You Live. Labels Elektra Records. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album2. 2. Talk to You. 3. 3,000 Miles.
Where You Live Album. Alben von Tracy Chapman. Where You Live Album. Veröffentlicht am September 13, 2005.
Release Date: Sep 13, 2005 Record label: Elektra Genre(s): Rock, Adult Alternative, Singer-Songwriter. 70 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Though she is certainly best known for her hits "Fast Car" and "Give Me One Reason," those two songs stand within her history as suspension bridge supports: visible from afar as beacons of a structure with purpose, whose job is to sustain the action from point A to point B in her slow evolution. Her new album follows the usual format, with her acoustic guitar matched against minimalist backing, strong melodies and sturdy but gloomy songs.
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Album by Tracy Chapman. Be And Be Not Afraid. Lose Your Love (Bonus track on Japanese release).