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7 Wishes

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Released  April 2, 2002
7 Wishes  That's Who I Am
Release date  2 April 2002
Label  Vanguard Records
Everybody's Angel  7 Wishes
Artist  Shana Morrison
Producer  Steve Buckingham
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Genres  Blues, Pop music, Country music
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7 Wishes is the third studio album recorded by American singer-songwriter Shana Morrison. Shana had signed with Vanguard Records in 2001 and this album was released in 2002. It received favorable reviews and air play nationally. Two of the songs on the album were written by her father, Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. Her father joins in with her on the last verse of "Sometimes We Cry" with harmonica and vocals.

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Personnel

  • Shana Morrison — lead and background vocals
  • Robert Bailey — background vocals
  • Steve Buckingham — acoustic guitar, electric guitar, baritone guitar, dulcimer, tambourine
  • Heidi Campbell — background vocals
  • Chris Collins — electric guitar, acoustic guitar, sitar, background vocals
  • Shannon Forrest — drums
  • Kenny Greenberg — electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Vicki Hampton — background vocals
  • Sonny Landreth — slide guitar
  • Chris Mosher — programming
  • Kim Patton-Johnston — acoustic guitar background vocals
  • Van Morrison — harmonica, vocals
  • Shawn Pelton — drums, drum programming, spoken word
  • Robert Powell — sitar
  • Michael Rhodes — bass
  • Matt Rollings — organ, Hammond B-3 organ
  • Bryan Sutton — acoustic guitar, mandolin
  • Reggie Young — electric guitar
  • Songs

    1I Spy3:49
    2Smoke in Bed4:37
    37 Wishes3:49

    References

    7 Wishes Wikipedia


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