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Four (album)

Four is the breakthrough album by American jam band Blues Traveler, released on September 13, 1994 (see 1994 in music).

Four peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (North America).

Track listing

  1. Run-Around (Popper) - 4:40
  2. Stand (Popper) - 5:19
  3. Look Around (Popper) - 5:42
  4. Fallible (Kinchla/Popper) - 4:47
  5. The Mountains Win Again (Sheehan) - 5:06
  6. Freedom (Popper) - 4:01
  7. Crash & Burn (Kinchla/Popper) - 2:59
  8. Price to Pay (Kinchla/Popper) - 5:17
  9. Hook (Popper) - 4:49
  10. Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Blues Traveler/Kinchla) - 1:55
  11. Just Wait (Popper) - 5:34
  12. Brother John (Kinchla/Popper/Sheehan) - 6:38

Personnel

  • Paul Shaffer - Keyboards
  • Warren Haynes - Guitar
  • Michael Barbiero - Producer, Engineer
  • Bashiri Johnson - Percussion
  • Brendan Hill - Percussion, Drums
  • Chan Kinchla - Guitar (Acoustic), Mandolin, Guitar (Electric), Vocals (bckgr)
  • Chuck Leavell - Piano, Keyboards
  • Jono Manson - Vocals
  • John Popper - Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
  • Bob Sheehan - Bass, Vocals (bckgr)
  • Steve Thompson - Producer

Charting singles Billboard Music Charts (North America)

 1995	Run-Around	Adult Contemporary	                No. 4
 1995	Run-Around	The Billboard Hot 100	                No. 8
 1995	Hook	        Mainstream Rock Tracks	                No. 15
 1995	Run-Around	Mainstream Rock Tracks	                No. 13
 1995	Hook	        Modern Rock Tracks	                No. 13
 1995	Run-Around	Modern Rock Tracks	                No. 14
 1995	Hook	        Top 40 Mainstream	                No. 29
 1995	Run-Around	Top 40 Mainstream	                No. 4
 1995	Run-Around	Adult Top 40	                        No. 2
 1996	Hook	        Adult Contemporary	                No. 28
 1996	Hook	        The Billboard Hot 100	                No. 23
 1996	Run-Around	Top 40 Adult Recurrents	                No. 1
 1996	Hook	        Adult Top 40	                        No. 22
 1996	Run-Around	Adult Top 40	                        No. 4
 1996	Hook	        Top 40 Mainstream	                No. 8



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