Tracy Chapman - Tracy Chapman

Tracy Chapman

Tracy Chapman

 Biography
  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 1988-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 1988 Elektra/Asylum Records for the United States and WEA International for the world

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Talkin' Bout a Revolution 2:41  
2
Fast Car 4:56  
3
Across the Lines 3:24  
4
Behind the Wall 1:49  
5
Baby Can I Hold You 3:13  
6
Mountains O' Things 4:39  
7
She's Got Her Ticket 3:54  
8
Why? 2:06  
9
For My Lover 3:12  
10
If Not Now... 3:01  
11
For You 3:09  

Reviews

  • Good music

    5
    By holdmetouchmesqueezeme
    She sound like a male country singer but good
  • A Real Artist 🦋

    5
    By sexydame
    I’ve loved Tracy’s songs ever since I heard them in my mom’s car. I fell in love with her music and her authenticity. I love her voice and the depth of it. Whenever I hear fast car I feel like crying. It’s a truly relatable song. I love her. 🦋🚘
  • 31 years old and still pure gold

    5
    By angelinnite
    I have loved this album since I was a kid. Classic and can never be topped. Tracy sealed her name on the list of Blues legends with this one.
  • Live!

    5
    By Blitz 15
    Gotta tell you, I saw her at one of Farm Aid concerts around 1985, and she blew that place away! Have loved her music ever since
  • Fast car

    5
    By texas chainsaw addict
    My favorite song of all time is fast car but there all pretty good
  • Real life

    5
    By katriter
    I loved this album when it first came out and every song remains relevant today. Tracy has such feeling in her songs. I can relate to every one. Thx Tracy. ❤️
  • Racism was alive back then

    1
    By Honest/blunt
    It’s amazing, I didn’t realize the racist overtones and the anti-white lyrics of this artist. It’s a shame the singer fell into the very racism she was probably trying to prevent. I came here for the “fast car” song, but I never knew these others.
  • Timeless

    5
    By amkdc
    Heard “Baby Can I Hold You” recently and was reminded how much I loved that song and this album. It the occurred to me it’s now 30 years old. It’s timeless. Meant s lot to me in college and it’s like discovering an old friend.
  • Nothing more pure, true, and beautiful

    5
    By Squirrely Legs
    Absolutely loved this album at nine years old and still do at 37 years old !!!!
  • Still awesome

    5
    By Coldbear76
    After so many years, this has not lost its power... As a matter of fact, it’s just the opposite!

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