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Fallingwater (album)

Fallingwater
Studio album by Lisa Miskovsky
Released October 2003 (Sweden), June 13, 2005 (UK)
Recorded 2003
Genre Pop, pop rock, country pop
Length 50:20
Label Stockholm Records
Producer Joakim Berg
Simon Nordberg
Lisa Miskovsky chronology
Lisa Miskovsky
(2001)
Fallingwater
(2003)
Changes
(2006)
Alternative cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
MusicOMH Unfavorable link
contactmusic.com Favorable link
bbc.co.uk 2/5 stars link
indielondon.co.uk Favorable link
Virgin Media Favorable link
rte.ie 4/5 stars link
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Fallingwater is Lisa Miskovsky's second album, as well as her first to reach number one on the Swedish charts, which happened on October 31, 2003. It was released in Sweden in October 2003 and in the UK on June 13, 2005.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Bonus tracks 2
  • Singles 3
  • References 4

Track listing

  1. Lady Stardust (Berg/Miskovsky) - 4:42
  2. A Brand New Day (Berg/Miskovsky) - 3:44
  3. Sing to Me (Berg/Miskovsky) - 4:37
  4. You Dance Just like Me (Miskovsky)- 3:14
  5. Sweet Dreams (Berg/Miskovsky) - 3:18
  6. One Dark Night (Miskovsky)- 4:43
  7. Midnight Sun (Berg/Miskovsky) - 3:47
  8. Butterfly Man (Berg/Miskovsky) - 4:47
  9. Restless Heart (Berg/Miskovsky) - 5:22
  10. Joan of Arc (Berg/Miskovsky) - 5:05
  11. Take Me by the Hand (Berg/Miskovsky) - 3:54
  12. Back to Stoneberry Road (Berg/Miskovsky) - 3:05

Bonus tracks

  1. Shells (Berg/Miskovsky)
  2. Please Forgive Me (Berg Miskovsky)

Singles

  1. Lady Stardust
  2. Sing to Me
  3. A Brand New Day

References

  1. ^ Jon O'Brien. "Fallingwater on Allmusic".  


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