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What’s the 4th Street Feeling?
“4th Street is in Leavenworth,” says Melissa Etheridge.
That’s her home town in Kansas, pop. 25,000, known mostly for its prison and Army base.
And it’s the place evoked in the title, and title song, of 4th Street Feeling, the 12th studio album of her singular, 25-year recording career.
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  • Audio CD (February 27, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Extra tracks
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B000ND91RM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,989 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Refugee
2. Similar Features
3. Like The Way I Do
4. Bring Me Some Water
5. You Can Sleep While I Drive
6. No Souvenirs
7. Ain't It Heavy
8. I'm The Only One
9. Come To My Window
10. If I Wanted To
11. I Want To Come Over
12. Angels Would Fall
13. Lucky
14. Christmas In America
15. Piece Of My Heart (live at the Grammys)
16. This Is Not Goodbye
17. I Run For Life
18. I Need To Wake Up

Editorial Reviews

Already an international musical superstar, Melissa Etheridge's profile was raised to an even higher level in the past year with her courageous battle against breast cancer, an amazing show-stopping performance on the Grammyc Awards and by being honored as one of Time Magazine's Top 100 Most Influential People in the World. This special Greatest Hits CD is the first comprehensive collection of songs recorded during Melissa's remarkable musical journey, drawn from the earliest roots of her career to the brand new track 'I Run For Life', just recently recorded. It features 4 newly recorded songs including the current hit single, 'Refugee', a cover of the Tom Petty classic, as well as fan and radio favorites. Island. 2005.

Customer Reviews

This song alone is worth the PURCHASE of this Cd.
RL
As always you hear Melissa Etheridge sing from her heart and give it all her soul as she belts out songs full of emotion and memories.
Kevin M. Lloyd
Since most fans have all her albums, if you really feel a need to hear other songs, put them on your iPOD and make your own playlist.
Just a Fan

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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By P Magnum HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Melissa Etheridge has always wore her heart on her sleeve. Whether be with her sexuality or her battle with cancer, she has left herself out there for all the world to see. Coming from Kansas, she shares the same meat and potatoes approach to music as fellow Midwestern rockers Bob Seger and John Mellencamp. Her songs have personal lyrics built around arena friendly riffs. Her self-titled debut album still remains her best and the three tracks included her are superb. "Like The Way I Do" is a bluesy rocker that shows Ms. Etheridge's great sense of building tension in a song, "Similar Features" has a slick keyboard riff while "Bring Me Some Water" is her greatest hit and one of the best rock songs from the 80's. The album contains a few new tracks for fans who have all her albums. There is a studio version of "Piece Of My Heart" that is good, but it would have been nice to include her Grammy performance with Joss Stone as that was an uplifting, almost spiritual performance. Her take on Tom Petty & The Heartbreaker's "Refugee" is the best of the new tracks.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Richards HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Picking songs for a "Greatest Hits" album is always tough for veteran performers like Melissa Etheridge, and although these are great choices, there are deserving songs that didn't make the cut. Songs that come to mind are "Your Little Secret", "Breathe", "This Moment" and "Nowhere To Go".

Twelve of the tracks are from seven of her eight albums (with nothing from "Skin" making the list), two are covers, one is a Christmas song and the other two are new material.

The two covers are "Refugee", originally by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, and Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart", both very well done.

The Christmas song "Christmas in America" is about celebrating Christmas while loved ones are away at war, and the tearful "This is Not Goodbye" was written while she was undergoing chemo and observing the effect it had on her partner.

The other new song "I Run for Life" was written for Ford's "Race for the Cure" project for breast cancer, and is about surviving, living with cancer, and preparing oneself to face the disease.

This album reflects a history of the life of this great performer, and is highly recommended for all Melissa Etheridge fans.

Amanda Richards, November 5, 2005
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Tim Brough TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 8, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Melissa Etheridge is, simply stated, one of the most important female artists of the last two decades. She not only made it as a woman rocking on her own terms, she also put her sexuality on the line and then made her personal battle with cancer into a public crusade. These qualities frame her as a person and are important markers of her integrity.

But more importantly, she has made some brilliant music with at least two five star albums. Both the debut and her breakthrough, "Yes I Am," are must-own records. Naturally, they are the two CD's from which the lion's share of "The Road Less Traveled" is culled; six of the 18 songs here. Add the six songs that are previously unreleased, and that leaves only six songs culled from the rest of Melissa's library.

The diference between this and the previous version is the addition of the Oscar winning "I Need To Wake Up" from "An Inconvenient Truth." The CD booklet is gone to make it more environmentaly friendly and the plastic jewel box is replaced by a recycled paper shell with foam tray. While it changes the packaging, it doesn't change the fact that there are too many ommissions here to make it listener friendly.

This presents a problem. It leaves off such terrific popular favorites and singles. "Dance Without Sleeping," "Your Little Secret," "Breathe" and the entire contents of "Skin" wind up being neglected. That is not to say that "The Road Less Traveled" is a poor collection; it's just that it is not as thorough as it could have been.

As for the new material, it's all good stuff. Melissa's covers of Tom Petty's "Refugee" and (finally!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Steven Housman on October 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
It seems only fitting that Melissa Etheridge would be releasing her first career retrospective in the month of October. Was it intentional? By music industry standards, the fall season is the time of year to show off all of their biggest stars, and in the world of rock and roll, they don't come much bigger and better than Etheridge. By asking if releasing this album in October was intentional, I'd say yes for two reasons; 1) the aforementioned hot season for big releases and 2) October is breast cancer awareness month, and for those of you who may be living under a rock, Etheridge is a breast cancer survivor, who finished rigorous chemotherapy earlier this year. Her brave performance of Janis Joplin's "Piece Of My Heart" on the Grammy Awards last February will stand out as one of the finest live performances in television history. Melissa, still bald from her final chemo treatment, set the stage on fire and opened the doors for many other women suffering from this dreaded disease, and showed that bald can be beautiful. Why does it always take a celebrity to make us feel good or bad about ourselves? I suppose it's the world we live in today, and pop culture rules. But whether or not Etheridge intended to send a message, she did, and there are millions of women and men waiting in line to thank her.

Melissa Etheridge was born in the heart of the Midwest (Leavenworth, Kansas) on May 29, 1961. About the time Janis Joplin was catching fire, Etheridge was just entering grammar school. After Joplin's untimely death at age 27 in 1970, it wasn't long before Etheridge had contracted Joplin fever. To her, and millions of others, Janis Joplin's music was extremely infectious. Joplin's music hit Melissa in the gut, as well as her heart and soul.
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