Spilt Milk

Kristina TrainOctober 20, 2009
Pop℗ 2009 Andvari
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Spilt Milk is the debut album by Kristina Train, released on October 20, 2009. Her records label at the time, Blue Note Records, had initially been interested in pairing Train with Norah Jones producer Lee Alexander, but instead she went to London in 2007 and asked Jimmy Hogarth to produce the album. Train co-wrote eight songs on the album, collaborating with Hogarth, Eg White, and Ed Harcourt. Train also arranged and overdubbed strings on three tracks on Spilt Milk. The extended version of the release contains the Carolyn Franklin & Jimmy Radcliffe song "If You Want Me".
In 2016 Lorrie Morgan covered the album's title track on her album Letting Go...Slow.

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Songs
1
Spilt Milk3:40
2
No Man's Land3:31
3
Don't Remember3:59
4
Don't Beg for Love3:04
5
It's over Now3:16
6
You're Still Going to Lose3:15
7
Moon Rivers and Such4:17
8
I Can't but Help4:42
9
Call in the Maker3:20
10
Half Light3:32
11
Far from the Country3:23
12
Waltzing Back3:53
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Genres
Total length
43:58
Tracks
12
Released
October 20, 2009
Label
℗ 2009 Andvari
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
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Playback information
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