Double Happiness (album)

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Double Happiness
Studio album by
Released18 July 2005
Genre Rock
Label Liberation Records
Producer Warren Costello
Jimmy Barnes chronology
Soul Deeper... Songs from the Deep South
Double Happiness
Out in the Blue
Singles from Double Happiness
  1. "Higher"
    Released: 2002
  2. "Sit on My Knee"
    Released: 22 June 2005
  3. "Gonna Take Some Time"
    Released: October 2005
  4. "Bird on the Wire"
    Released: January 2006
  5. "Out of Time"
    Released: 15 May 2006

Double Happiness is the eleventh studio album by Australian singer Jimmy Barnes. It was released on 18 July 2005 on CD and vinyl. The album contains duets Barnes performed with various solo artists and bands.


Track listing (original version) [1]

  1. "Sit On My Knee" (with Dallas Crane)
  2. "Gonna Take Some Time" (with Mahalia Barnes)
  3. "Attention" (with Roachford)
  4. "Run" (with Mica Paris)
  5. "What Will They Say" (with John Swan)
  6. "Out of Time" (Rolling Stones cover; with Tim Rogers)
  7. "Got You as a Friend" (with Diesel)
  8. "Resurrection Shuffle" (with The Living End)
  9. "Piece of My Heart" (with Tina Harrod)
  10. "Wichita Lineman" (Glen Campbell cover; with David Campbell)
  11. "Same Woman" (with Jackie Barnes)
  12. "Say It Ain't So" (with Rahsaan Patterson)
  13. "I'll Be There" (Jackson 5 cover; with Elly-May Barnes)
  14. "Higher" (with Gary Pinto)
  15. "Settle For Me" (with EJ Barnes)
  16. "Bird on the Wire" (Leonard Cohen cover; with Troy Cassar-Daley and Bella)
  17. "Shout" (Isley Brothers cover; with Billy Thorpe)

Chart positions

Weekly charts

Chart (2005/06)Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA) [2] 1
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ) [3] 29

Year-end charts

Chart (2005)Position
ARIA Albums Chart [4] 41
Australian Artist Albums Chart [5] 14


RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA) [6] Platinum70,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone


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