|Time After Time|
|Studio album by|
|Released||June 20, 2000|
|Recorded||January 3, 1996|
|Label||Blix Street Records|
|Producer||Chris Biondo, Bill Straw, Lenny Williams|
|Eva Cassidy chronology|
|The Encyclopedia of Popular Music|
Time After Time is a studio album by the American singer Eva Cassidy, released in 2000, four years after her death in 1996.
The Washington Post wrote that "the songs have been lovingly, painstakingly digitized and sequenced so as to create a coherent album of tender, touching acoustic folk and minimally orchestrated pop that spotlights Cassidy's talent."
Arun Starkey, writing for Far Out , opined Cassidy's version of "Kathy's Song" could make a "strong claim to be better than the original."
|US Billboard 200||161|
|Danish Albums Chart||37|
|Swedish Albums Chart||34|
|UK Albums Chart||25|
Eva Marie Cassidy was an American singer and musician known for her interpretations of jazz, folk, and blues music, sung with a powerful, emotive soprano voice. In 1992, she released her first album, The Other Side, a set of duets with go-go musician Chuck Brown, followed by the 1996 live solo album titled Live at Blues Alley. Although she had been honored by the Washington Area Music Association, she was virtually unknown outside her native Washington, D.C., at the time of her death from melanoma at the age of 33 in 1996.
Eva by Heart is the first solo studio album by American singer Eva Cassidy. It was released in 1997, a year after Cassidy's death.
Live at Blues Alley is an album by American singer Eva Cassidy, originally self-released in May 1996. The album was recorded live at the Blues Alley nightclub in January 1996. It was the last album recorded by Cassidy before her death in November 1996.
Songbird is a compilation album of songs by American singer Eva Cassidy. It was released through Blix Street on May 19, 1998, two years after her death in 1996.
No Boundaries is an unofficial CD release presenting recordings by the late American singer Eva Cassidy. Released in 2000, it is a collection of studio recordings from 1987 to 1991. The release was not endorsed by the Cassidy family, and was released by Renata Music Company, unlike her other albums, which were released by Blix Street Records. The album contains remixes of 5 tracks from her albums, 4 unreleased originals written by Tony Taylor, and a radio edit of "Emotional Step".
Method Actor is an eponymous album of the band Method Actor released in 1988 featuring American singer Eva Cassidy. It was unofficially re-released on CD in 2002.
American Tune is an album of rehearsal tapes and live recordings by American singer Eva Cassidy, released in 2003, seven years after her death in 1996. It was her second album of mainly live material and her third posthumous album. American Tune spent five weeks on the U.S. Billboard Top 200, and was a UK number one album.
Wonderful World is a compilation album by American singer Eva Cassidy, released in 2004, eight years after her death in 1996..
Babylon and On is the seventh album released in September 1987 by the British new wave group Squeeze.
The Other Side is an album by the American go-go funk musician Chuck Brown and American singer Eva Cassidy. It was first released in 1992 by Brown's label Liaison records. The album comprises jazz, blues and soul standards and contains a mixture of solos and duets. It is the only studio album by Cassidy to have been released in her lifetime.
Somewhere is the title of Eva Cassidy's seventh posthumous album and the fourth studio album, twelve years after her death in 1996. For the first time, it includes two songs written by Eva Cassidy herself.
Western Flyer was an American country music band founded in 1992 by Danny Myrick, Chris Marion, T. J. Klay, Bruce Gust, Steve Charles, and Roger Helton. The band released two albums for Step One Records, as well as six singles. Their highest peaking single is "What Will You Do with M-E?", which reached No. 32 on the Billboard country charts in 1996. After Western Flyer disbanded, Marion joined the Little River Band, and Myrick began writing songs for other artists.
Steven Digman is an American musician, songwriter, journalist and inventor.
Sounds of Silence is the second studio album by American folk rock duo Simon & Garfunkel, released on January 17, 1966. The album's title is a slight modification of the title of the duo's first major hit, "The Sound of Silence", which originally was released as "The Sounds of Silence". The song had earlier been released in an acoustic version on the album Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M., and later on the soundtrack to the movie The Graduate. Without the knowledge of Paul Simon or Art Garfunkel, electric guitars, bass and drums were overdubbed by Columbia Records staff producer Tom Wilson on June 15, 1965. This new version was released as a single in September 1965, and opens the album.
Grace Bernadette Griffith was a folk and Celtic singer based in Washington, D.C. She has been honored with multiple Wammie awards by the Washington Area Music Association. In 1998, she was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Griffith died at the age of 64 following complications from Parkinson's disease on June 5, 2021.
An Old Time Christmas is the fourth studio album and the first Christmas album released by country music artist Randy Travis. The album, originally released in 1989, was certified Gold by the RIAA. On November 19, 2021, Travis released a remastered deluxe edition featuring three never-before-released songs.
Simply Eva is the eighth posthumous album by Eva Cassidy, released on 25 January 2011, fifteen years after her death in 1996. It's a collection of 11 acoustic tracks with Cassidy herself on the guitar and an a cappella version of "I Know You By Heart". The Blues Alley version of "Over the Rainbow", which was not included in the Live at Blues Alley album, is on this album. Digital downloads include the Christmas single "Silent Night" as a bonus track. Simply Eva hit #4 on the UK Charts on February 13, 2011, and was certified silver and gold on February 18, 2011. The album debuted at #52 on the Canadian Albums Chart.
My Life is the fourth studio release for American artist Grace Griffith. The album was released March 14, 2006 on Blix Street Records and was produced by Chris Biondo, Marcy Marxer and Lenny Williams who were long-time associates of Griffith who were the production team behind her previous album Sands Of Time. Chris Biondo credits as a producer include Eva Cassidy who also recorded with the record label.
"Kathy's Song" is a song originally by Paul Simon from his 1965 debut album The Paul Simon Songbook. It was re-recorded for Simon & Garfunkel's second album Sounds of Silence, released in 1966. It has been described as one of Simon's most personal songs; it is dedicated to Kathy Chitty, Simon's girlfriend and muse during his mid-1960s sojourn in England. It has also been included on most compilation albums of the duo, such as Tales from New York: The Very Best of Simon & Garfunkel, The Essential Simon and Garfunkel and Simon & Garfunkel's Greatest Hits.
Nightbird is a 2-CD plus 1-DVD live album by American singer Eva Cassidy, released posthumously in November 2015, nineteen years after her death. The album was recorded at the Blues Alley club in Washington, D.C. in January 1996. Some of the tracks had previously been released on the 1996 album, Live at Blues Alley. The recordings have been remixed and remastered from the original tapes. Of the 31 songs, 12 are previously unreleased, including the title track "Nightbird", as well as the jazz standards "It Don't Mean a Thing " and "Fever". Of the 12 unreleased tracks, eight are previously unheard songs. The DVD which accompanies the 2 audio CDs contains 12 songs from the same set, of which 9 were previously included on the 2004 DVD release Eva Cassidy Sings and the remaining 3 are released for the first time.