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Tambourine (album)

Tambourine
Studio album by Tift Merritt
Released 2004
Recorded Sound City Studios
M.C. Studios
Glenwood Place
Cello Studios
Los Angeles, California
Genre Alternative country
Length 46:04
Label Lost Highway Records
Producer George Drakoulias
Tift Merritt chronology
Bramble Rose
(2002)
Tambourine
(2004)
Home is Loud
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link
Pitchfork Media 7.3/10 link
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars link

Tambourine is the second album by alternative country artist Tift Merritt. It was released in 2004 by Lost Highway Records, and earned her a Grammy nomination for Best Country Album.[1]

Track list

All tracks written by Tift Merritt unless otherwise noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Stray Paper"     3:52
2. "Wait it Out"   Tift Merritt, Jay Joyce 3:34
3. "Good Hearted Man"     3:39
4. "Ain't Looking Closely"     4:23
5. "Still Pretending"     3:40
6. "Write My Ticket"     3:42
7. "Your Love Made a U-Turn"   McClinton Osbie Burnett 2:33
8. "Plainest Thing"     3:30
9. "Late Night Pilgrim"     4:23
10. "I Am Your Tambourine"     3:42
11. "Laid a Highway"     3:51
12. "Shadow in the Way"     4:42
13. "Easy to Change (iTunes bonus track)"     3:53

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