11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

TracyKate ,

Such a great album!

This album is classic Melissa! If you liked Yes I Am you will LOVE this album! Even on the first listen, the title track, The Medicine Show, is just fun, and then you listen to the lyrics & understand it's importance. It slaps you in the face & wakes you up - HIGH HO HIGH HO E I E I O! Shaking, Wild & Lonely, Love Will Live and Faded By Design are catchy, fun, rockin', meaningful and are instant hits! I love Here Comes The Pain - which addresses the opioid crisis and the emotional song, Last Hello, is about the Parkland shooting in Florida. It is definitely gut wrenching. The other tracks: Suede, Woman Like You & This Human Chain are classic Melissa and truly feel like a warm blanket wrapped around you. I highly recommend this album! Give it a listen....or 20.

JCP011C ,

Yet another great album

I have a strange relationship with Melissa Etheridge albums. Loved loved Loved all of her albums in the 90's. Starting with 2001's Skin though I have really only liked every other album she's done. Lucky, Fearless Love, This is M.E. were all great and the ones in between I only liked a few songs here and there. This album continues that trend, it comes off of an album that I couldnt get into, her Memphis Soul album. This album is really a great album and I'm glad to see she's still at least knocking it out of the park for me every other time.

Boog_1972 ,

She is just not changing with the times

It's more of the same from Melissa. She has been such a huge influence in my own music over the years but she is just not being very innovative anymore. The key to staying relevant is to change. This is more of the same once again. Melissa, stop trying to sound sexy and cool. I think she stopped singing from the heart a long time ago. Over sung and over artculated lyrics that are boring to say the least. The guitar parts sound the same as usual. This isn't a good album sorry Melissa.

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