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Editors’ Notes

Tracy Chapman’s 1988 self-titled debut is a remarkable achievement; with quiet eloquence and smouldering outrage, she made protest music relevant to mid-'80s audiences. Chapman’s heartwrenching-yet-dignified contralto can be filled with defiance (“Talkin’ Bout A Revolution”), longing (“Mountains O’ Things”), or resolve (“For My Lover”). But her incredible gift as a storyteller—showcased by the devastating pop hit “Fast Car” and the romantic confession of “For You”—makes this breakthrough sound just as transcendent decades later.

Customer Reviews

The forgotten brilliance

This needs to be in the most sold ITunes albums. It's a classic album and I can't believe it has taken me until now to download it. Off to buy Suzanne Vega now too - another great from the 80s

Love it

Tracy Chapman deserves 6 stars for this album. Every song has been carefully written and the words have so much meaning to them. Something for everyone on this album.

Tracy is hectic

Tracy Chapman's albumn is unreal all the tunes really hit home, this has to be one of the greatest living albums ever

Biography

Born: 30 March 1964 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Tracy Chapman helped restore singer/songwriters to the spotlight in the '80s. The multi-platinum success of Chapman's eponymous 1988 debut was unexpected, and it had lasting impact. Although Chapman was working from the same confessional singer/songwriter foundation that had been popularized in the '70s, her songs were fresh and powerful, driven by simple melodies and affecting lyrics. At the time of her first album, there were only a handful of artists performing such a style successfully, and her...
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