Delilah Blue

Delilah Blue is the second full-length studio album from pianist/singer-songwriter Joshua Kadison. Released in November 1995, it featured a change of tack. Whereas the previous album had featured shorter songs, this disc presents a jazzier version of Kadison's music, with much longer tracks. He again wrote all the songs himself, but this time featured in the production credits as well. The single


Delilah Blue is the second full-length studio album from pianist/singer-songwriter Joshua Kadison. Released in November 1995, it featured a change of tack. Whereas the previous album had featured shorter songs, this disc presents a jazzier version of Kadison's music, with much longer tracks. He again wrote all the songs himself, but this time featured in the production credits as well. The single "Take it on Faith" did not perform very well, and EMI, which owned his contract with Capitol, voided his contract shortly thereafter.
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