Juliana Hatfield: DoTM

Got the idea for this one from a recent post done by Dave over at Oklahoma Lefty.

Juliana Hatfield, originally from Maine, started her music career in Boston, MA.

You can read more about her at the following sites:

Official Juliana Hatfield website
Juliana Hatfield Wiki site

Hey Babe
Released in March 1992 by Mammoth Records.
Produced by Gary Smith.
Tracks: 11

Become What You Are
Released in August 1993 by Mammoth.
Produced by Scott Litt.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
“My Sister” and “Spin the Bottle”
Charts:
#119 on the Billboard 200.

Only Everything
Released in March 1995 by Mammoth.
Produced by Juliana Hatfield, Paul Kolderie and Sean Slade.
Tracks: 14
Singles:
“Universal Heartbeat”
Charts:
#96 on the Billboard 200.

Bed
Released in August 1996 by Zoe.
Produced by Juliana Hatfield.
Tracks: 12

Please Do Not Disturb
Released in October 1997 by Bar/None Records.
Produced by Juliana.
Tracks: 6

Beautiful Creature
Released in May 2000 by Zoe/Island.
Produced by Juliana Hatfield, Wally Gagel, David Garza, Andy Kravitz and Scott Litt.
Tracks: 15

Juliana’s Pony: Total System Failure
Released in May 2000 by Zoe.
Produced by Juliana Hatfield.
Tracks: 13

Gold Stars 1992-2002: The Juliana Hatfield Collection
Compilation album released in June 2002 by Zoe.
Various producers.
Tracks: 20

In Exile Deo
Released in May 2004 by Zoe.
Produced by Juliana and David Leonard.
Tracks: 13

Made in China
Released in August 2005 by Ye Olde Records.
Produced by Juliana.
Tracks: 12

The White Broken Line
Live album released in November 2006 by Ye Olde Records.
Produced by Tom Dube.
Tracks: 12

Sittin‘ In A Tree
Released in May 2007 by Ye Olde Records.
Produced by Aaron Sinclair and Scott Toomey.
Tracks: 6

How to Walk Away
Released in August 2008 by Ye Olde Records.
Produced by Andy Chase.
Tracks: 11

Peace and Love
Released in February 2010 by Ye Olde Records.
Produced by Juliana.
Tracks: 12

As an added bonus, here is a discography of the albums that were released by Juliana’s first band, Blake Babies.

Nicely, Nicely
Released in 1987 by Chewbud Records.
Produced by T.W. Li and Blake Babies.
Band lineup:
Juliana Hatfield – vocals, guitar; John Strohm – guitar; Seth White – bass; Freda Boner – drums.
Tracks: 9

Earwig
Released in 1989 by Mammoth Records.
Produced by Gary Smith.
Lineup changes:
Seth White left the band, bass duties were performed by Evan Dando (Lemonheads).
Tracks: 15

Sunburn
Released in 1990 by Mammoth.
Produced by Gary Smith.
New band lineup (sort of):
Juliana Hatfield – bass, vocals; John Strohm – guitar, vocals; Freda Boner – drums.
Tracks: 12

Rosy Jack World
Released in June 1991 by Mammoth.
Produced by Gary Smith, Blake Babies and Paul Mahern.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 5

God Bless the Blake Babies
Released in March 2001 by Zoe Records.
Produced by Paul Mahern and Blake Babies.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12

Epilogue
Released in 2002 by Ye Olde Records.
Produced by Blake Babies and Paul Mahern.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 5

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