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Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John

Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John

Juliana Hatfield Covers Olivia Newton-John

by Paul Cashmere on January 23, 2018

in News

Juliana Hatfield has recorded a complete album of Olivia Newton-John covers.

All of the song on ‘Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John’ come from the period 1975 to 1982. “I have never not loved Olivia Newton-John,” Hatfield said in a statement. “Her music has brought me so much pure joy throughout my life.”

“I loved her when I was a child and I love her still,” Hatfield added. “Her voice and her positive energy and her melodies have stood the test of time and they give me as much pleasure now as they ever did. Listening to her is an escape into a beautiful place. She has inspired me so much personally and I just wanted to give something back; to share some of these tremendous songs, reinterpreted, with love, by me.”

One dollar from the sale of every album will be donated to the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre (ONJ Centre), a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing patients with cancer access to leading medical treatment, breakthrough research, and the best in wellness and supportive care.

The album will be a limited edition.

All “Xanadu” pre-orders will be signed by Juliana
LP Test Pressings will be signed & personalized by Juliana
Download cards are included with LP, Cassette and Bonus 7″ orders
“I Honestly Love You (Reprise)” does not appear on the LP but is included on the download card.

All pre-orders ship in early April 2018

Pressing Information:
Translucent Orange Vinyl (400 pressed)
Translucent Yellow Vinyl (400 pressed)
Translucent Red Vinyl (250 pressed) Label Exclusive
Bonus 7-Inch (300 pressed)
Cassettes (250 pressed)

Track List:

1. I Honestly Love You (1975)
2. Suspended In Time (1980)
3. Have You Never Been Mellow (1975)
4. A Little More Love (1978)
5. Magic (1980)
6. Physical (1981)
7. Totally Hot (1979)
8. Don’t Stop Believin’ (1976)
9. Please Mr. Please (1975)
10. Hopelessly Devoted To You (1978)
11. Xanadu (1980)
12. Dancin’ ‘Round And ‘Round (1979)
13. Make A Move On Me (1982)
14. I Honestly Love You (Reprise) *CD, Cassette & Digital Only.

Bonus 7-Inch Tracklist:
1. Deeper Than The Night (1979)
2. Heart Attack (1982)

Boston area based Juliana Hatfield is best known for the song ‘My Sister’ with her band Juliana Hatfield Three.

Juliana also featured as part of The Blake Babies and was with The Lemonheads for ‘It’s A Shame About Ray’ and ‘Come On Feel The Lemonheads’.

‘Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John’ is her 15th solo album. It will be released in April.

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