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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 (November 14, 1995)
  • Original Release Date: November 14, 1995
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B000001E8L
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,764 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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On her fifth album, Melissa tries even harder to become the distaff John Mellencamp or Springsteen, chronicling this American life. In many ways, it is a very autobiographical journey she took, to the places of her childhood in Kansas, like "Shriner's Park." Even if it doesn't contain her best songs, it is ambitious and well-realized and definitely confirms her as America's leading female rock & roll artist. --Chris Nickson

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Songs like All The Way To Heaven and This War Is Over are touching songs, kind of like quiet storms in a way.
J. M. Zuurbier
Shriners park is one of my favorite songs of Melissa's and even though this CD has many good songs it is worth the CD just for this one.
A. Brink
As I haven't listened to her other albums I can't compare this to them, but I'm sure it's at least every bit as good.
Gilly Bean

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 1, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I'll lay my bias out right up front- Melissa Etheridge is the greatest singer/songwriter/performer of our generation. The passion, fire and vulnerability of her music is as real as it gets. That being said, this album is a disappointment for fans who have been with her from the beginning (and before, when she was playing in Long Beach clubs). While not a bad CD, the tracks all sound like songs that didn't quite make the cut for Yes I Am (itself merely an excellent remake of Brave & Crazy). The only truly standout track is "An Unusual Kiss," while the "hit" "I want to Come Over" is a rewrite of "Come to My Window" told from the opposite side of the relationship. "Shriner's Park" blantently lifts it's melody from "Place Your Hand" from the highly underappreciated Never Enough album to the point that it could be the same song with different lyrics. Along with the aforementioned "Kiss" the only other originl sounding track is "This War is Over" which became an incredible jam in concert. While several of the rockers (notably "I Could've Been You") show some of the previous exurberance, the overall feel of this record is one of coasting- for 4 records she had grown and changed, but this one broke no new ground. Despite that, I still like it, but it is the least played of her CDs in my CD player.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "gemini_j" on April 3, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album is wonderful in my opinion, it contains some of my favorite Melissa Etheridge songs. Its a very hard edged album, not to say there are not some nice "ballads", but its a really high energy album. My two favorite songs Your Little Secret and I Want To Come Over, both excellent rock songs. Nowhere To Go is a great song as well. There are some other great rock songs such as I Really Like You and An Unusual Kiss, I Could've Been You. There are also some beautiful songs such as All The Way To Heaven, Shriner's Park, Change and This War Is Over. Melissa is a very talented artist, this album being one of many reasons why. Give it a shot!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Zuurbier on September 23, 2001
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I'll start this review by saying I think YOUR LITTLE SECRET is Melissa's best album by far, and I believe it is often overlooked and underrated. That can be expected, after the huge success of YES I AM, but this album is not YES I AM, it stands on it's own, not in YES I AM's shadow. This is one amazing album, I can't even find one song on here that is not excellent. With YOUR LITTLE SECRET, Melissa used her road band in the studio, and the result is excellent. Also working with producer John Stanks and Hugh Padgham. In almost every song on SECRET, there is a guitar solo or an instrumental, this shows how comfortable Melissa is with her band and letting them do their own thing, and the result is some great music. The solo's on songs like This War Is Over, Change, I Could Have Been You, Your Little Secret, etc are nothing short of amazing. In respect this is a very personal album it seems for Melissa. Shriner's Park makes reference to her days growing up in Kansas, and she said it was the most difficult song to complete for the album because she couldn't get it right, but it sounds like she finally did as its an amazing song. Nowhere To Go could also be a song about growing up in Kansas, where there is "nowhere to go" apparantely. Songs like All The Way To Heaven and This War Is Over are touching songs, kind of like quiet storms in a way. Then there are the rockin' songs like the title track which has to be one of her best songs ever, I Want To Come Over (one could argue its the other person in the relationship talking, from Come To My Window). An Unusual Kiss seems to deal with a 3 way affair, or a threesome if you will. There's not enough I can say about this album, that makes me think it is her best.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Yiannis Psaroudis on August 11, 1999
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aside from having one of the best voices in rock music, melissa etheridge is a genius. having openly acknowledged her lesbianism to a world that still prefers to think that all of its entertainers are heterosexual, melissa etheridge has actually managed to maintain, and even grow, her audience. _your little secret_ is a perfect example of how this is possible. while most rock lyrics allow little room for interpretation, etheridge's tunes layer innuendo upon innuendo without making the content so vague that nobody understands it. the result is an album that is custom-made for each listener. take, for example, the title "your little secret". while straight fans may recognize it as a reference to etheridge's recent coming out, there's a certain irony in it, as well. etheridge calls the album "your" little secret (as opposed to "my" little secret), perhaps as a veiled reference to america's attempt to sweep homosexuality under the proverbial rug. such veiled references are hidden in plain view, throughout the album, making it a virtual treasure trove for any who wish to explore its levels. for those who wish to just rock out, there's plenty of that, too. within each genre of music, there are a handful of artists that stand out as the real deal--people like gladys knight, joan armatrading, emmylou harris and queen latifah, who tell stories that speak to people's souls. melissa etheridge is such a person.
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