Richie on Amanda Marshall's Album
Source: Calgary Sun
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Sittin' on top of the world
Marshall discovers hidden talents on second CD
By DAVID VEITCH -- Calgary Sun
Amanda Marshall's sophomore CD doesn't hit stores until Tuesday but, in her mind, it's already an unqualified success.
"I'm just thrilled to death about it," says the big-voiced Canadian singer about Tuesday's Child, the much-anticipated followup to her 1996 self-titled debut, which sold more than two million copies worldwide. There are many reasons for Marshall's pride and confidence. Produced in large part by Rolling Stones-Bonnie Raitt boardman Don Was, Tuesday's Child features some of the best musicians (including Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora, Benmont Tench of Tom Petty's Heartbreakers and perennial sessioneers Steve Jordan, Waddy Wachtel and Kenny Aronoff) and songwriters (including Carole King, Desmond Child and Eric Bazilian) that Sony Music's money can buy.