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Tracy Nelson - Move On (1996)

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Tracy Nelson - Move On (1996)

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1 	Livin' On Love 	4:01
2 	Got Me Goin' 	4:08
3 	(I Was) Good To You Baby 	4:22
4 	Playing It Safe 	3:47
5 	Tonight I'll Dream 	4:24
6 	Drowning In Memories 	4:10
7 	Ladies' Man 	4:10
8 	Move On 	4:42
9 	You Never Broke My Heart 	4:10
10 	Somebody Loves You 	3:31
11 	Playing It Safe 	4:04

Vickie Carrico 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals (Background)
Larry Chaney 	Drums (Steel), Guitar 
John Gardner 	Drums 
Mike Henderson 	Guest Artist, Guitar
Byron House 	Bass
Wayne Jackson 	Horn
Darryl Jones 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals (Background)
Al Kooper 	Guest Artist, Guitar
Andrew Love 	Horn
Bob Mater 	Drums
Delbert McClinton 	Guest Artist, Vocals
Andrew McMahon 	Piano (Electric) 
Maria Muldaur 	Guest Artist, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Tracy Nelson 	Choir/Chorus, Composer, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Alice Newman 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Gary Nicholson 	Guitar (Rhythm)
Jimmy Pugh 	Organ, Piano
Bonnie Raitt 	Guest Artist, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Michael Rhodes 	Bass 
Rebecca Russel 	Choir/Chorus, Vocal Harmony
Rebecca Evans Russell 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Phoebe Snow 	Guest Artist, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Reese Wynans 	Organ, Piano 


The third album in Tracy Nelson's '90s comeback, Move On finds her sharing the microphone with the likes of Delbert McClinton, Phoebe Snow, Bonnie Raitt, and Maria Muldaur (the last three on "Ladies' Man"), singers with whom she shares a taste in bluesy rock with a country tinge. She is in typically fine voice on a set of songs more notable for the tasty playing on them than for their distinctiveness. The best among them is Nelson's own "Playin' It Safe" (one of her four compositions) which has a gospel feel to support the lyric's sage advice. Blues fans who caught up with Nelson on 1993's In the Here and Now or 1995's I Feel So Good may find this album, with its pop, rock, and R&B elements, a bit eclectic for their taste, but fans of Bonnie Raitt who long for her earlier, grittier music may find a new heroine. ---William Ruhlmann, AllMusic Review

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