Time After Time
1 x LP
First Time on Vinyl
( 2000 ) -2014 EU reissue on 180g LP for the Very First Time! -Home to Cassidy's transformative covers of Paul Simon's "Kathy's Song," Bill Withers's "Ain't No Sunshine," the Box Tops' "The Letter," Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" and the traditional go
Release date: 27-11-2014 (Originally released in 2000)
2014 EU reissue on 180g vinyl LP Available on Vinyl for the Very First Time! - With her popularity at an all-time high, the label issued Time After Time in 2000, a collection of 12 previously unreleased recordings including 8 studio cuts and 4 live tracks. Home to Cassidy's transformative covers of Paul Simon's "Kathy's Song," Bill Withers's "Ain't No Sunshine," the Box Tops' "The Letter," Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" and the traditional gospel number "Way Beyond the Blue."
A1. Kathy's Song
A2. Ain't No Sunshine (Live)
A3. The Letter (Live)
A4. At Last
A5. Time After Time (Live)
A6. Penny To My Name
B1. I Wandered By A Brookside
B2. I Wish I Was A Single Girl Again
B3. Easy Street Dream
B4. Anniversary Song
B5. Woodstock (Live)
B6. Way Beyond The Blue
Following her untimely 1996 death from melanoma at the age of 33, Blix Street arranged for the national release of Songbird in April 1998, a collection compiled by label founder Bill Straw. Songbird included Cassidy’s re-defining versions of “Over the Rainbow” and “Fields of Gold” plus additional tracks from her two existing albums, Live at Blues Alley and Eva By Heart.
Blix Street Records has announced the release of five seminal Eva Cassidy albums on 180g vinyl including her definitive collection, Songbird (1998), unavailable on the format for years, and equally as compelling offerings, Time After Time (2000), Imagine (2000), American Tune (2003) and Somewhere (2008), which will be available on vinyl for the very first time.
"Definitions,” wrote Los Angeles Times critic Don Heckman, “become virtually useless to describe the singing of Eva Cassidy.” The career of the gifted and acclaimed vocalist has likewise defied description and easy analysis. Her eclectic tastes – everything from folk and country to jazz, standards, blues, rock and pop - made Eva hard to pigeon-hole, and her lack of exposure beyond her native Washington, D.C. kept her profile low during her lifetime.
On the 17th of September 1996 a young woman, accompanied by a few dozen family and friends, attended her own tribute concert in a small club in the Washington, DC area. Transcending the effects of chemo-therapy and morphine in that moment, the singer abandoned her walker and was helped onto the stage for what would be her final performance, What a Wonderful World. A few weeks later Eva Cassidy passed away, having been diagnosed with melanoma months earlier.
Refusing to bend her music to the industry's conventions and expectations, Eva was known only within the DC area during her lifetime. She left behind one live album, a duet album, and various studio demos and live recordings. In these intervening 16 years, Eva's music has proven timeless and universal. Crossing all boundaries – musical, cultural, geographical – her voice survived and is finding new listeners every day in every corner of the earth.
Released on the eve of what would have been her 50th birthday these twenty performances document Eva Cassidy's musical legacy for the ages.
Extra info: First Time on Vinyl
Label: Blix Street-PlAS
Originally released: 2000
This release: 2014