Regular Album Tracklisting: |
| Blue Denim|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:23
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:19
| Street Angel|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:09
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:47
| Listen To The Rain|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:33
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 5:00
| Unconditional Love|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 3:20
| Love Is Like A River|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:43
| Rose Garden|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:27
| Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:17
Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles
Peak Position: 57
Peak Dates: Jul 16, 1994
Weeks On Charts: 1
Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles
Peak Position: 42
Peak Dates: Jul 9, 1994
Weeks On Charts: 1
| Just Like A Woman|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 3:50
| Kick It|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:24
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:59
Japan Issue Bonus Tracks: |
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 5:58
| God's Garden|
Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 3:29
| Guest Appearances »|
Kenny (M.F.) Aronoff, Roy Bittan, Ron Blair, Mike/Michael Campbell, Sharon Celani, David Crosby, Joel Derouin, Pat Donaldson, Bob Dylan (Robert Allen Zimmerman), Andy Fairweather-Low(e), Cat Gray, Ethan Johns, Dave (David S.) Koz, Bernie Leadon, Peter Michael, Christopher Nicks, Lori Perry-Nicks/Perry/Nicks, Tim Pierce, John (Gone) Pierce, David Randi, Sara Recor (Fleetwood), Ben(mont) (M.) Tench(, III), Waddy (Robert) Wachtel
| Released »||
| Format »|
Domestic Vinyl/CD Album
| Other Appearances »
Mike/Michael Campbell (Songwriter), Betsy Cook (Songwriter), Scott F. Crago (Songwriter), Joel Derouin (Songwriter), Bob Dylan (Robert Allen Zimmerman) (Songwriter), Trevor Horn (Songwriter), Ethan Johns (Songwriter), Monroe Jones (Songwriter), David Monday/Munday (Songwriter), Stevie Nicks (Songwriter), Rick/Richard Nowels (Songwriter), Sandy Stewart (Songwriter), Christopher Nicks (Art Direction), Christopher Nicks (Design), Glen Par(r)ish (Executive Producer), Christopher Nicks (Layout), Roy Bittan (Produced By), Stevie Nicks (Produced By), Thom Panunzio (Produced By), John (Geetus) Aguto (Engineered By), Brian S(c)heuble (Engineered By), Paul Dieter (Recorded By), Kevin Killen (Recorded By), Thom Panunzio (Recorded By), Thom Panunzio (Additional Recording By), Thom Panunzio (Mixed By), Ed(dy) Sch(r)eyer (Mastered By), John (Geetus) Aguto (Mixing Assisted By), Mike Baumgartner (Mixing Assisted By), Jim Champagne (Mixing Assisted By), David/Dave Hecht (Mixing Assisted By), Ed Korengo (Mixing Assisted By), Rail (Jon) Rogut (Mixing Assisted By), Mike/Michael Ross (Mixing Assisted By), Eric Rudd (Mixing Assisted By), Glyn Johns (Drum Programming), Paul Cox (Photos By), Glen Par(r)ish (Direction), Glyn Johns (Percussion Programming), Brian S(c)heuble (Mixed With), Stevie Nicks (Jessica James Nicks Photo By), Gerri Leonard (Business Management)
| Record Label »|
| Catalogue Number »|
92246-2 (CD) 92246-4 (Cassette) TOCP-3451 (Japan CD)
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| Liner Notes »|
Recorded at Ocean Way Recording, A&M Recording Studios, Groove Master Studio
Mastered at Future Disc
To Paul Fishkin, Danny Goldberg, & Doug Morris...because they began it all.
Special Thanks to Kevin Killen, and all who played and sang for their ideas, support, and enthusiasm.
Thanks to Bernie and Andy for their arrangement ideas.
To Glen & Chris for sticking to their guns. And Thanks to Mr. Campbell for his music.
This album is dedicated to Jessica James Nicks, the next generation
7605 Santa Monica Blvd., #721
W. Hollywood, CA 90046
David Crosby courtesy of Atlantic Records
Bob Dylan courtesy of Columbia Records
(P) (C) 1994 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd.
Compact Disc Digital Audio
Japan CD Issue Notes:
All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work are reserved.
Unauthorised public performance, broadcasting and copying of the record prohibited.
Mfd by Toshiba-EMI Limited
Made in Japan
98-8-26 Y 2000--8-25
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We all love Stevie, we want her to do well, but...
Review written by Jon the Moonspinner, February 17th, 2010
"Street Angel" sounds like a contract obligation which needed to be filled. Stevie's rooms afire have now turned to gauzy gazebos, designed for puttering about while musing to friends over the past. Stevie could actually use some new friends, instead of the yes-men who surround her with too much love. "Blue Denim" begins the record with a kick in its step, but the title song and "Docklands" are wearisome mid-tempo rock. "Listen to the Rain" brings things back into focus, and "Rose Garden" (a paean to Stevie's youth) has a jaunty melody peppered lightly with old-fashioned country & western. But I have no idea what "Jane" is trying to accomplish, nor "Kick It" or the Dylan cover "Just Like a Woman". The Stevie Nicks of 1977 would never have allowed such a forgettable effort to hit the market. "Street Angel" overdoses on its pink pastels and feathered wings.
So many should-a-been hits!!
Review written by Randy Heaps, August 27th, 2008
This album...is so amazing. MAYBE LOVE WILL CHANGE YOUR MIND should have had more support from the record label. That song should have been everywhere. ...and DESTINY? Absolutely one of her best....e v e r.
My 2nd fav Stevie cd
Review written by jeff williams, July 13th, 2008
I love Street angel. No commerical crap here. Thats a good thing. Listen to the rain Rocks! Kick it. Survivor song! Outstanding Stevie. This cd & other side of the mirror are always in my cd player 2 awesome cds. Love u Stevie, always have, always will,
| Comments »|
Like that cherub of the title track, Nicks' ethereal drift on her new album is firmly tethered to an altogether solid collection of pop-rock songs. That always pretty, gritty voice is perfectly paired here with attractive melodies and grumbling guitars, as on highlights "Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind", "Blue Denim" & slightly offbeat "Rose Garden" a country-flavored ballad lightly peppered with Hammond organ. (Billboard Magazine, June 18,1994)
U.S. Billboard charts: Hit #45 on June 25, 1994.
RIAA Certification: November 25, 1997 (Gold)
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Discography entry submitted by Marty Adelson.