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Breakfast in Bed


  • 1. I've Got to Use My Imagination
    2. Ain't No Sunshine
    3. Midnight Train to Georgia
    4. Baby Is a Butterfly
    5. Breakfast in Bed
    6. Cream Dream
    7. Natural High
    8. Heart of Stone
    9. Sara Smile
    10. Eliminate the Night
    11. Break Up to Make Up
    12. I Know What's Goin' On
    13. Alone with You
    14. Kiss and Say Goodbye
    15. Heat Wave
    16. What Becomes of the Brokenhearted [From Standing in the Shadows of Moto
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 19433

  • Credits
    ProducerTor Hyams
    EngineerRob Killenberger; Andy Taub

    Personnel: Joan Osborne (vocals, background vocals); Joan Osborne; Jack Petruzzelli, Brandon Ross (guitar); Quida Pickle, Melissa Reiner (violin); Cameron Stone (cello); Gary Schreiner (harmonica); Greg Osby (saxophone); Lauren Sevian (baritone saxophone); Peck Allmond (trumpet, trombone); Steve Huffsteter (trumpet); Jock Ellis (trombone); Ivan Neville (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, Clavinet, background vocals); Eddie Bayers (drums); Tor Hyams (programming); Chante Frierson (background vocals).
    Recording information: Brooklyn Recording, Brooklyn, NY; One Four Studios.
    Following up on her earlier album HOW SWEET IT IS, BREAKFAST IN BED continues Joan Osborne's unexpected second career as a gifted re-interpreter of vintage soul and R&B tunes of the 1960s and '70s. Unlike many artists who would hew closely to the familiar versions of these songs, Osborne is fairly loose with her reinterpretations. This is for the better, because Osborne's passionate delivery of well-known tunes --Hall and Oates's "Sara Smile" and Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine," among others--transform the familiar songs into new and interesting performances. Osborne's handful of original tunes sound impressively at home in their surroundings, especially the outstandingly slinky torch song "Eliminate the Night."

  • Critic Reviews
    No Depression (p.102) - "The album is ripe with savvy picks and a trio of soulful Osborne originals..."
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