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Shine is the fifth album by the American singer Meredith Brooks. The album was produced by Dave Darling and herself.



Shine was released on September 21, 2004 under Savoy Jazz Records. The songs in the album are taken from the fouth album of Meredith which is Bad Bad One. In this album Meredith just rearranged the songs. Jennifer Love Hewitt was included in this album as a background vocal. The album has only one "Shine" which peaked no.35 on the Adult Top 40.


Track Title Duration
1 Shine 3:22
2 Crazy 3:52
3 Lucky Day 3:33
4 Where Lovers Meet 3:51
5 Bad Bad One 4:45
6 You Don't Know Me 4:28
7 Pleasure 4:25
8 Pain 3:35
9 Walk Away 4:30
10 Your Name 5:20
11 High 3:23
12 Stand 5:12
13 Shine Dr. Phil Remix 2:01

Chart Toppers

Year Title Adult Top 40
2002 Shine 35


Performance Credits

Meredith Brooks Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Slide Guitar

Livingstone Brown French Horn, Keyboards, Background Vocals, Moog Synthesizer

Daniel Shulman Bass Guitar

Randy Landas Bass Guitar

Jennifer Love Hewitt Background Vocals

Abe Laboriel Jr. Drums

Windy Wagner Background Vocals

Paul Trudeau Synthesizer, Piano, Background Vocals

David "Dave" Darling Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals

DJ Ginzu Turntables

Technical Credits

Michael Parnell Engineer, Pro-Tools

Jeff Peters Engineer

Meredith Brooks Programming, Producer, Engineer, Pro-Tools

Goldo Programming, Engineer, Pro-Tools

Tom Baker Mastering

Windy Wagner Guest Appearance

Seth McLain Engineer, Pro-Tools

David "Dave" Darling Programming, Producer, Engineer


  • The single "Shine" was chosen by the Television psychologist Dr. Phil as his show's theme song.
  • "Crazy" was the theme song of the movie in What a Girl Wants.



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