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Additional Information about Blurring the Edges by Meredith Brooks (CD, May-1997, Capitol)
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Artist: Meredith Brooks
Release Year: 1997
Record Label: Capitol
Genre: Alternative, Rock & Pop
1. I Need
4. Watched You Fall
7. My Little Town
8. What Would Happen
9. It Don't Get Better
12. Wash My Hands
Playing Time: 51 min.
Producer: Geza X, David Ricketts
Distributor: EMI Music Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a
Personnel: Meredith Brooks (vocals, guitar); Jimmy Woods (harmonica); David Ricketts (keyboards, bass, programming); Jim Ebert (synthesizer, bass, programming); Paul Bushnell (bass); Josh Freese (drums); Geza X (programming); Victoria Levy (background vocals).Recorded at Alpha Studios, Burbank, California and The Salt Mines and City Lab Sound Design, Hollywood, California."Bitch" was nominated for 1998 Grammy Awards for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance and Best Rock Song.Personnel: Meredith Brooks (guitar, background vocals); Jimmy Woods (harmonica); David Ricketts (keyboards, programming); Jim Ebert (synthesizer, programming); Josh Freese (drums); Geza X (programming); Victoria Levy (background vocals).Audio Mixer: Jim Ebert.Recording information: Alpha Studios, Burbank, CA; City Lab Sound Design, Hollywood, CA; The Salt Mines, Hollywood, CA.Photographers: John Dunne; Robert Zuckerman; Shelly Peiken.Meredith Brooks follows in the footsteps of Alanis Morissette and Sheryl Crow. She's not as angry as Morissette or as bluesy as Crow, but BLURRING THE EDGES shows Brooks to be a songwriter with an uncanny ability to mix sound textures with lyrics about the intricacies of relationships. Swirling keyboards and guitar distortion are combined with such elements as the Indian-flavored chimes that precede the scratchy guitars and confident vocals of "I Need" and "Wash My Hands," the album's opening and closing tracks. In between, Brooks uses her pen to tear apart chic cynicism ("Pollyanne"); to mull the possibilities of a chance sexual encounter ("What Would Happen"); and to express the helpless feeling of watching someone you love hit bottom ("Watched You Fall").