|Single by Jennifer Brown|
|from the album Vera|
|B-side||"Feel That Natural (Demo)"|
|Jennifer Brown singles chronology|
"Tuesday Afternoon" is a 1998 song recorded by Swedish singer Jennifer Brown. It was released in 1998 as the lead single from her third studio album, Vera. Brown co-wrote the song with American songwriters and producers Andy Marvel and Billy Mann. Lyrically the song tells the story of a young girl named Josie, who goes to a bar on a Tuesday afternoon. She meets a guy and they end up having unprotected sex in his apartment. The song was an international hit and afforded Brown her most widespread global success charting in Europe, Japan and the UK. "Tuesday Afternoon" peaked at number 17 in Austria, number 27 in Sweden, number 46 in France, number 57 in the United Kingdom and number 68 in Germany.On the Eurochart Hot 100, the song reached number 88 in May 1999. A music video was made to accompany the song. It depicts the story of Josie, and Brown performs in and outside of the bar.
Music & Media wrote in their review of the song: "This singer has done quite well in her native Sweden, and in Japan, and with this track which fuses folk with R&B and more left-of-centre sounds she could make inroads elsewhere, too. Co-produced and co -written by famed Philadelphia producer/songwriter Billy Mann, who has worked with Carole King and Chaka Khan to name but a few, this song could go a long way because it's suitable for a wide range of formats."They also noted that "If you haven't heard it yet, it's a great pop tune with lyrics which read like a short story set in smalltown America, complete with bar, rednecks and insecure heroine."
|2.||"Feel That Natural" (Demo)||3:33|
|2.||"Feel That Natural" (Demo)||3:33|
|3.||"Tuesday Afternoon" (Acoustic Version)||3:50|
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||17|
|Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)||12|
|Europe (Eurochart Hot 100)||88|
|Germany (Official German Charts)||68|
|Iceland (Íslenski Listinn Topp 40)||32|
|Netherlands (Single Top 100)||80|
|UK Singles (OCC)||57|
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