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Heather Nova Song List

Last update: March 7, 2017

Songs by singer-songwriter Heather Nova

http://www.heathernova-info.com



   

Introduction

This document lists all songs by Bermudian singer Heather Nova and all released or promotional, studio or live versions of these songs, with background info to each song, if possible.
Since most of Heather Nova's songs are distributed on her own records anyway, we list Heather Nova's own releases unless a song or a special version can only be found on a promo, or a compilation.
Samplers with Heather's music are not listed, if the recording can be easily found on one of her own releases, too.
Information flagged with a question mark is not verified, if you have further information, please let us know.
Additional information to the records can be found in the Heather Nova Discography.
The Heather Nova Song List may be used for any non-commercial purposes and may be freely
distributed across the internet. Please do not publish it or modify it without permission.

Please send any additional information you have about these or other songs with Heather Nova to:

Mail   songlist@heathernova-info.com


   

Last changes

Current version - March 7, 2017

  • Added the song "Into The Ether" (unofficial name) for "Amanda Temple Photography". [23]

Previous version - October 20, 2016

  • Performing "Sugar" with a few added lines from Maroon 5's "Sugar" in Hamilton, Bermuda, on September 30, 2016. [2] [6]
  • Performing "Winterblue" with a few added words at the "A Summer's Tale" festival in Germany, on August 10, 2016. [6]
  • Performing David Bowie cover "Starman" with Mishka in Hamilton, Bermuda, on May 28, 2016. [2] [5] [10]
  • Added Robert Birming and Frederik Zäll as co-writers for "Someone New" from 2001 [2]

   

Thanks!

Many, many thanks to Heather Nova and Felix Tod for their encouragement! Special thanks to Michael Weigand. Also thanks to Peter Knaving, Alexander Kanis, Ron, Christoph Viethen, Miguel Blay, Ronnie Velthuis, Tiffanie Willis, Massimo Benvegnù, Markus Schütt, Peter Inghelbrecht, Peter Musty, Perry Black, Heinz Lamers, Pieter de Jager, Christian Kröner, Gerd Will, and Martin for additional information.


   

Heather's songs

For some notes about her promos and online songs, see [1]. For excerpts of "All Of Me", "Blue", "I Can't Stand It", "Ich Will", "Paint It Black", Maroon 5's "Sugar", and "The Boys Of Summer" see [2]. For "Starman", "Stars Will Be Shining", "Summertime", and "Tainted Love", see [2] and [5]. For Heather's "yes/no track" on the songs Doubled Up and Verona, see [3]. For "Blessed By You" and the "Bermuda Sloop Song", see [4] and [5]. For "Fruit", "Habit", and "Keep Me (London Rain)" see [4]. For "One Love", "The Phantom Of The Opera", "Losing My Mind", "Hine E Hine", "What's Going On", "Natural Woman", "No Surrender", "Redemption Song", "Three Little Birds", "Because", "Jealous Guy", "Don't Let Me Down", and for an untitled song ("I walked along the shore today, stood lookin' out across the bay..."), performed the first time at Crossing Border, see [5].

Heather did vocals on her brother's album "Mishka" and singles, see [10]. Heather co-wrote and sang on five tracks on "ATB" albums, see [11]. She wrote a song for "Volume 3" by "Afro Celt Sound System", see [12]. Heather did a duet on the "Eskobar" album "There's Only Now", see [13]. For "Beautiful Day" look at "Mooie Dag" by "Bløf" on "Mooie Dag # 3", see [14]. For a song written for "Cold City Rockers" on "Champion Sounds", see [15]. Heather has background vocals on "Shoreline" by "Sandy Dillon", see [16]. She also sings on "Leaving For London" by "Berit Fridahl", see [17]. For information about "Dancing" by "Mensano feat. Heather Nova", see [18]. For the "Straight For The Jiggular" remix by "Celtic Cross", see [19]. For the collaboration "Call" with "The Recovery Position", see [20]. For "The Loneliest Girl In The World" by "Milow", see [21]. For "All That Matters" by "Rea Garvey", see [22]. For "Into The Ether" (unofficial name) for "Amanda Temple Photography", see [23]. For noteworthy remixes of Heather's songs, see [25].

For information about the official downloads from the autumn tour 2009, see [Performances -> Tour 2009].
For information about the official downloads from the autumn tour 2010, see [Performances -> Tour 2010].
For information about the official downloads from the autumn tour 2011, see [Performances -> Tour 2011].
For information about the official downloads from the winter tour 2014, see [Performances -> Tour 2014].
For information about the official downloads from the winter tour 2016, see [Performances -> Tour winter 2016].
For information about the official downloads from the spring tour 2016, see [Performances -> Tour spring 2016].

SONG TIME STUDIO (S)/LIVE (L) RECORD
A Simple Grace 0:52 S The Sorrowjoy
A Way To Live [24] 3:51 S Redbird
All I Need 3:34 S Storm
3:34
4:28
4:48
L London 2003
L Groningen 2006
L Eindhoven 2011
Live Union Chapel
iTunes [1]
Pledgemusic [1]
All That Matters [2] 4:47 S Rea Garvey: Pride [22]
All The Way 1:10 S Glow Stars
Always Christmas 4:31 S The Jasmine Flower
Aquamarine 2:51 S Storm
Aquamarine 7:45 S Chris Coco: Ibiza [25]
At Sea 2:08 S The Sorrowjoy
Avalanche 4:07 S Siren
Bare [24] 4:23 S Glow Stars
Beautiful Ride 4:26
4:26
3:44
S
S
S (radio edit)
300 Days At Sea
Beautiful Ride
Beautiful Ride
4:00
4:24
L (acoustic)
L Eindhoven 2011
300 Days At Sea deluxe
Pledgemusic [1]
Beautiful Storm 3:24 S The Jasmine Flower
Believe In Angels [2] 5:28
5:46
S (edit # 1)
S (edit # 2)
The Crow, Soundtr. EU
The Crow, Score USA
Blessed 2:37 L London 1993 Blow
Blessings On My Toes 2:17 S The First Demos
Blind [2] 6:16
6:16
6:16
S
S
S
Walk This World Europe
Walk This World Austr.
Siren-Bonus
Blood Of Me 3:59 S Siren
Blue Black [6] 4:32 S Oyster
5:50
5:51
L Tokyo 1995
L Tokyo 1995
Maybe An Angel Japan
Truth And Bone
Blue Eyed Lion 1:06 S The Sorrowjoy
Bring A Man Down [2] 5:05 S Mishka: Mishka [10]
Burning To Love 4:20 S 300 Days At Sea
Call 3:37
3:37
S (full band)
S (acoustic)
Soundcloud [1] [20]
Soundcloud [1] [20]
Cracking The Code 1:12 S The Sorrowjoy
Dancing 3:58 S Mensano [1], [18]
Days And Nights 5:23 S Heart & Shoulder # 1 UK
Digital 1:32 S The Sorrowjoy
Do Something That Scares You 4:32 S 300 Days At Sea
4:39 L Eindhoven 2011 Pledgemusic [1]
Done Drifting [9], [24] 4:10 S Redbird
Doubled Up 4:13
3:39
3:39
S (with yes/no)
S (without yes/no)
S (without yes/no)
Oyster EU (1994)
Oyster EU (1998)
Oyster rest of world
3:41
3:23
3:42
3:34
L London 1993
L Sendai 1995
L Cologne 1998
L Erlangen 2010
Blow [9-tracks]
Maybe An Angel Japan
Wonderlust
David Lynch Found. [1]
Drink It In [9] 2:53 S Storm
3:12 L London 2003
Live Union Chapel
Drive Away [5] 4:00
3:55
S (demo version)
S (demo version)
Pledgemusic [1]
Beautiful Ride
Ear To The Ground [6] 4:39
4:39
S
S
Spirit In You
Glow Stars
Earth Is My Heaven 5:15
5:15
4:16
S
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels Amazon [1]
Pledgemusic [1]
Pledgemusic [1]
Eastern Blue Cut 0:52 S The Sorrowjoy
Every Soldier Is A Mother's Son 3:14
3:48
S
S (Nobel Peace rmx)
The Jasmine Flower
ilike [1]
Everything Changes 3:39 S 300 Days At Sea
3:15
3:23
3:35
L (acoustic # 1)
L (acoustic # 2)
L Eindhoven 2011
300 Days At Sea deluxe
TV Noir Zwei
Pledgemusic [1]
Everytime 3:16 S Storm
3:00 L London 2003 (bst)
Live Union Chapel
Feel You Like A River [2] 3:48 S ATB: Two Worlds [11]
Firefly Dreams 1:00 S The Sorrowjoy
Flowers And Blood 3:30 S (demo version) Pledgemusic [1]
Flying As She Falls 4:39
4:39
S
S
These Walls/Frith EP
The First Recording
Follow Me In Grace 3:36 S The Jasmine Flower
Fool For You 4:14 S Storm
4:14
5:32
L London 2003
L Eindhoven 2011
Live Union Chapel
Pledgemusic [1]
Frontier [24] 4:13 S Glow Stars
5:17 L London 1993 Blow [9-tracks]
Further Than You 3:39
3:39
S
S
These Walls/Frith EP
The First Recording
Girl On The Mountain 5:19
5:19
4:30
S
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Girl On The Mountain
Pledgemusic [1]
Gloomy Sunday [2], [9] 3:40
3:40
4:31
4:09
S (radio edit # 1)
S (radio edit # 2)
S (movie version)
S (album version)
Gloomy Sunday
[only promotional] [1]
Gloomy Sunday
South
Glow Stars 3:07
3:07
2:56
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (Edit)
Spirit In You
Glow Stars
[only promotional] [1]
Go On Through [2] 8:03
7:13
S
S
Afro Celt: Vol.3 [12]
Afro Celt: Capture [12]
Grow Young 3:09
3:09
3:09
S
S
S
Siren Japan
Siren-Bonus Austr.
London Rain
Guardian Angel 4:43 S The First Demos
He's Spiritual 4:07 S 300 Days At Sea Musicload [1]
Heal [4] 3:54 S Oyster
4:20
4:17
3:56
L Amsterdam 1994
L Fukuoka 1995
L Cologne 1998
Maybe An Angel Live EP
Maybe An Angel Japan
Wonderlust
Heart And Shoulder [9] 3:58
4:00
4:00
4:00
4:00
3:51
3:51
3:49
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (acoust. version)
S (acoust. version)
S (acoust. version)
Siren
Heart & Shoulder GER/NL
Heart & Shoulder Austr.
Heart & Shoulder # 1 UK
Heart & Shoulder # 2 UK
Heart & Shoulder GER/NL
Heart & Shoulder Austr.
Heart & Shoulder # 1 UK
4:18
?:??
4:45
L Cologne 1998
L unknown
L Eindhoven 2011
Wonderlust
Songs for Japan [1]
Pledgemusic [1]
Heaven Sent [24] 4:14
4:09
S (album version)
S (brosio mix)
South
[only promotional] [1]
Help Me Be Good To You 3:53 S South
Here Amongst The Stones [2] 3:00 S Mishka: Love [10]
Higher Ground 4:16
4:20
3:46
4:10
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (single version)
S (Waves version)
300 Days At Sea
Higher Ground
Higher Ground
Waves Of Sound
4:10
5:23
L (acoustic)
L Eindhoven 2011
300 Days At Sea deluxe
Pledgemusic [1]
Hollow 3:11 S The Jasmine Flower
Home 3:54
3:54
S
S
Walk This World Europe
Walk This World Austr.
I Can Smell The Rain Coming 0:41 S The Sorrowjoy
I Cannot Say Yes 0:50 S The Sorrowjoy
I Have The Touch [2] 4:15 S The Craft
I'd Rather Be 3:58 S 300 Days At Sea
I'm Air 3:55
4:05
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Pledgemusic [1]
I'm Alive 3:40 S Siren
I'm Here 3:57 S Higher Ground
I'm No Angel [2], [9] 3:58
3:50
3:52
3:50
5:29
3:54
S (album version)
S (single mix)
S (single mix)
S (single mix)
S (onlyparad. mix)
S (new radio mix)
South
I'm No Angel Germany
I'm No Angel # 1 UK
I'm No Angel # 2 UK
[only promotional] [1]
[only promotional] [1]
I'm On Fire [2] 3:16
3:43
L Nagoya 1995
L Cologne 1998
Truth And Bone
Wonderlust
I'm The Girl [6] 5:23
3:45
4:48
3:55
5:01
S (album version)
S (radio edit)
S (K-Klass ext-rmx)
S (K-Klass rad-edt)
S (K-Klass full-vs)
Siren
I'm The Girl
I'm The Girl
[only promotional] [1]
[only promotional] [1]
5:28 L Cologne 1998 Wonderlust
I Miss My Sky 5:05 S Redbird
I See It All [5] 4:26 S Soundcloud [1]
I Wanna Be Your Light 4:16
3:56
S (album version)
S (demo version)
Storm
Pledgemusic [1]
5:52
4:38
4:37
L London 2003
L London 2003
L Eindhoven 2011
Live Union Chapel
Together As One
Pledgemusic [1]
If I Saw You In A Movie 4:06 S South
If I Should Die 3:16 S The Jasmine Flower
In The Garden 3:47
3:45
S
S
I'm No Angel Germany
I'm No Angel # 2 UK
In Your Hands I'd Be A Planet 0:35 S The Sorrowjoy
Into The Ether 4:15 S For Amanda Temple [23]
Into The Pink 1:22 S The Sorrowjoy
Island 6:20 S Oyster
5:06
5:51
5:04
5:28
L Lilith Fair 1998
L Cologne 1998
L Gent 2010
L Eindhoven 2011
Lilith Fair Vol. 2
Wonderlust
Higher Ground
Pledgemusic [1]
It's Only Love 4:34 S South
Joy 1:26 S The Sorrowjoy
Just Been Born 4:30 S South
Leaving For London [2] 4:13 S Berit: Stormtracks [17]
Let's Not Talk About Love [8], [24] 3:19
3:19
S (album version)
S (duet w/ Biolay)
Storm
Storm France
3:33 L London 2003
Live Union Chapel
Lie Down In The Bed You've Made 3:34
3:34
3:38
3:29
S
S
S (Whistle back rx)
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Lie Down...
Lie Down...
Pledgemusic [1]
Light Years 4:48 S Oyster
5:24 L London 1993 Blow [9-tracks]
Like A Hurricane [2] 3:46
3:36
L Hiroshima 1995
L Hiroshima 1995
Maybe An Angel Japan
Truth And Bone
Like Lovers Do [24] 4:10
4:10
3:40
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (edit)
South
Virus Of The Mind Germ.
[only promotional] [1]
4:27 L Eindhoven 2011 Pledgemusic [1]
Like Spiders 0:50 S The Sorrowjoy
London Rain [4], [6], [9] 3:52
3:52
3:57
3:57
3:57
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (acoust. version)
S (acoust. version)
S (acoust. version)
Siren
London Rain
Siren Japan
Siren-Bonus Austr.
London Rain
3:34
3:58
4:13
3:45
4:00
L S. Francisco 1998
L Boulder 1998
L Cologne 1998
L Paris 1999
L Eindhoven 2011
KFOG sampler
KBCO sampler
Wonderlust
Best Issue 1
Pledgemusic [1]
Lonely [2] 4:33 S Mishka: Mishka [10]
Looking For Home 0:54 S The Sorrowjoy
Looking For The Light [6] 2:39 S The Jasmine Flower
Loss And Passion 0:29 S The Sorrowjoy
Love Will Find You [2] 5:50 S ATB: Two Worlds [11]
Made Of Glass [2] 4:18 S ATB: Trilogy [11]
Make You Mine 4:56 S Siren
5:23
5:53
5:36
7:45
L Belfort 1998
L Cologne 1998
L Cologne 1998
L Eindhoven 2011
Les Eurockéennes...
Gloomy Sunday
Wonderlust
Pledgemusic [1]
Man In The Ocean 4:37
4:37
4:38
S
S
S
South Japan
I'm No Angel Germany
I'm No Angel # 1 UK
Many Rivers To Cross [2] 3:21
3:21
3:22
S
S
S
Heart & Shoulder GER/NL
Heart & Shoulder Austr.
Heart & Shoulder # 2 UK
Maybe An Angel [6], [9] 5:08
4:02
4:03
4:06
3:53
4:08
4:05
4:05
S (album version)
S (Edit # 1)
S (Edit # 1)
S (Edit # 1)
S (Edit # 2)
S (Edit # 3)
S (Undertow mix)
S (Undertow mix)
Oyster
Maybe An Angel Germany
Maybe An Angel UK
Maybe An Angel Australia
Maybe An Angel Japan
[only promotional] [1]
Maybe An Angel UK
Maybe An Angel Australia
6:31
5:39
5:46
5:44
4:33
4:18
L London 1993
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L London/GLR 1995
L Japan? 1995?
Blow
Live From The Milky Way
Maybe An Angel Germany
Maybe An Angel Live EP
Volume # 13
[only promotional] [1]
Maybe Tomorrow 3:56 S The Jasmine Flower
3:42 L Leiden 2010 Beautiful Ride
Mesmerized 4:14 S Redbird
Moods 0:24 S The Sorrowjoy
Mooie Dag [2] 4:56 L Dutch TV 2001 Bløf: Mooie Dag # 3 [14]
Moon River Days [2] 4:22 S The Way It Feels
5:11 L Munich 2014 Pledgemusic [1]
Motherland 4:25
4:50
S
S (demo version)
Redbird
Pledgemusic [1]
Mothertongue 3:25 S Glow Stars
3:21 L London 1993 Blow
Murmur 0:41 S The Sorrowjoy
My Body Will Not Be Fooled 1:15 S The Sorrowjoy
My Father 0:56 S The Sorrowjoy
My Fidelity 4:21
4:22
S
S
Glow Stars
Maybe An Angel Australia
3:59
4:18
4:00
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
Maybe An Angel Germany
Maybe An Angel Live EP
Volume # 14
New Love 3:06
3:06
S
S
These Walls/Frith EP
The First Recording
2:45 L London 2003 (bst)
Live Union Chapel
Norwegian Wood [2] 2:23
2:03
S (with humming)
S (w/o humming)
Lennon Bermuda
[BBC Radio] [3]
Not Only Human 5:04 S Siren
5:15 L Cologne 1998 Wonderlust
Nothing 4:45
4:45
4:44
S
S
S
Heart & Shoulder GER/NL
Heart & Shoulder Austr.
Heart & Shoulder # 2 UK
Nothing In Between 1:02 S The Sorrowjoy
Ode To My Grandparents 2:28 S The Sorrowjoy
On My Radar 4:32
4:49
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Pledgemusic [1]
One Day In June 4:32
4:21
S (album version)
S (home demo)
Storm
River Of Life
4:48 L London 2003
Live Union Chapel
One True [2] 3:48 S Mishka: Mishka [10]
Out In New Mexico 3:27 S The Jasmine Flower
Out On A Limb 3:53 S The Jasmine Flower
Over You [2] 4:18 S 300 Days At Sea iTunes [1]
Overturned 3:26 S Redbird
Paint The World 3:54 S Virus Of The Mind
Paper Cup 3:28 S Siren
3:59 L Cologne 1998 Wonderlust
Paradise Is Harder To Digest Alone 1:01 S The Sorrowjoy
Photograph [24] 4:43 S Live Union Chapel
Please Please You 0:58 S The Sorrowjoy
Precious Thing 4:28
4:28
4:28
S
S
S
300 Days At Sea deluxe
300 Days At Sea Japan
300 Days At Sea iTunes
Prescription Of Dreams 1:13 S The Sorrowjoy
Rain In The Tropics 0:50 S The Sorrowjoy
Real Is My Only Real Friend 0:31 S The Sorrowjoy
Redbird [6] 4:16 S Redbird
Renegade [2], [9] 5:36
3:56
10:15
6:26
4:25
3:25
S (album version)
S (airplay mix)
S (A&T Mix)
S (Ronski Speed Rx)
S (A&T Short Mix)
S (A&T Short Rd Ct)
ATB: Trilogy [11]
ATB: Renegade [11]
ATB: Renegade [11]
ATB: Renegade [11]
[only promotional] [1]
[only promotional] [1]
Respect For The Dead 1:24 S The Sorrowjoy
Ride 3:27 S The Jasmine Flower
3:05
3:26
3:53
L Leipzig 2009 (bs)
L Breda 2010
L Eindhoven 2011
detektor.fm [1]
Beautiful Ride
Pledgemusic [1]
River Of Life [9] 3:21
3:21
3:21
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (clean version)
Storm
River Of Life
Oorgasm 14 sampler
3:27 L London 2003
Live Union Chapel
Ruby Red [6] 4:05 S Siren
Sail On [2] 3:30 S Together As One
Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow 4:56
4:28
3:54
S (album version)
S (demo version)
S (single edit)
300 Days At Sea
Pledgemusic [1]
Save A Little Piece...
4:30
5:46
L (acoustic)
L Eindhoven 2011
300 Days At Sea deluxe
Pledgemusic [1]
Say Something 3:47 S The Jasmine Flower
Sea Change 3:48 S The Way It Feels
3:51 L St-Niklaas 2014 Pledgemusic [1]
Sea Glass 3:56
3:56
3:49
S
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Sea Glass
Pledgemusic [1]
Second Skin 3:48 S Glow Stars
Serengeti 5:18
5:18
S
S
The Way It Feels iTunes [1]
Pledgemusic [1]
5:39 L Eindhoven 2014 Pledgemusic [1]
Shaking The Doll [6] 3:50
3:50
S
S
Spirit In You
Glow Stars
4:15 L London 1993 Blow
Shell 4:10 S Glow Stars
Ship Song [2] 3:18 S London Rain
Shoreline [2] 5:02 S Dillon: Nobody's... [16]
Singing You Through 4:11 S Redbird
Six Years Behind 0:47 S The Sorrowjoy
Sleeping Dogs 4:29 S The Way It Feels
4:36 L Groningen 2014 Pledgemusic [1]
Someone New [2], [9] 3:30 S Eskobar: There's... [13]
Something Beautiful [2] 4:20 S DMC sampler [15]
Soon Alaska 0:42 S The Sorrowjoy
Spirit In You [9], [24] 4:00
4:00
S
S
Spirit In You
Glow Stars
Stars Come Out [2] 3:27 S ATB: Trilogy [11]
Stay 4:36 S 300 Days At Sea
Stayin' Alive [2] 3:46 L Copenhagen 2001 Pledgemusic [1]
Still Got Love [2] 4:45 S Mishka: Mishka [10]
Stop The Fire 3:52 S 300 Days At Sea
3:35 L (acoustic)
300 Days At Sea deluxe
Storm 3:13 S Storm
4:21 L London 2003
Live Union Chapel
Straight For The Jiggular [2] 5:34 S Celtic Cross: Hicksville [19]
Straight To Hell [2] 4:35 S Burning London
Strange Crossroads 2:40 S The First Demos
Sucking Out The Sting 1:25 S The Sorrowjoy
Sugar [6], [8], [9] 5:34 S Oyster [12 tracks]
6:48
6:04
6:08
3:39
4:01
8:29
8:21
L London 1993
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L Neth/Belg 1994/95
L Neth/Belg 1994/95
L Cologne 1998
L Eindhoven 2011
Blow
Live From The Milky Way
Walk This World Japan
[Sugar video # 1]
[Sugar video # 2]
Wonderlust
Pledgemusic [1]
Susannah 2:47 S The First Demos
Sweet November 2:37
2:36
S
S
I'm No Angel # 2 UK
Virus Of The Mind
Talk To Me 4:05 S South
Talking To Strangers 3:23 S Glow Stars
5:04
5:26
5:15
5:15
5:21
L London 1993
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
Blow
Live From The Milky Way
Maybe An Angel Germany
Maybe An Angel UK
Maybe An Angel Australia
Tested [5] 3:26
3:56
3:57
S (album version)
S (band version)
S (band version)
South
I'm No Angel Germany
I'm No Angel # 1 UK
The Abandon 1:18 S The Sorrowjoy
The Amber 0:50 S The Sorrowjoy
The Archaeologist 4:06
3:59
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Pledgemusic [1]
The Bad Blood And The Rose 1:09 S The Sorrowjoy
The Bowerbird 1:07 S The Sorrowjoy
The Bridge 1:05 S The Sorrowjoy
The Girl 0:51 S The Sorrowjoy
The Good Ship "Moon" 3:44 S 300 Days At Sea
5:00 L Eindhoven 2011 Pledgemusic [1]
The Homeopath 1:30 S The Sorrowjoy
The Loneliest Girl In The World 2:58 S Milow: Silver dlx [21]
The Poison 1:05 S The Sorrowjoy
The Singing State 1:19 S The Sorrowjoy
The Sun Will Always Rise 4:43 S Redbird
The Wave 1:27
1:26
S
S
The Sorrowjoy
Higher Ground
These Walls [24] 3:05
3:05
S
S
These Walls/Frith EP
The First Recording
This Body 3:47 S Redbird
3:55 L Groningen 2006
musicload.de [1]
This Humanness 4:39
3:51
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Pledgemusic [1]
This Is The Colour Of You 0:35 S The Sorrowjoy
Though I Am Not Known Here 0:47 S The Sorrowjoy
Throwing Fire At The Sun [24] 5:56 S Oyster
6:42
7:01
7:01
5:04
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L Nagoya 1995
Live From The Milky Way
Maybe An Angel Germany
Maybe An Angel UK
Pledgemusic [1]
To Sea 4:29 S The First Demos
Together As One [4], [5], [9], [24] 3:34 S Together As One
3:25 L Bermuda 2005
[Together As One video]
Treehouse 5:15
3:53
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Pledgemusic [1]
Trinkets And Charms 3:41 S The First Demos
Truth And Bone [9] 4:52
4:03
S (album version)
S (alt. version)
Oyster
Truth And Bone
4:50
4:38
4:29
L Amsterdam 1994
L Sapporo 1995
L Cologne 1998
Maybe An Angel Germany
Maybe An Angel Japan
Wonderlust
Turn The Compass Round 3:48 S 300 Days At Sea
3:45
3:58
L (acoustic)
L Eindhoven 2011
300 Days At Sea deluxe
Pledgemusic [1]
Until The Race Is Run 4:26 S 300 Days At Sea
4:23 L Eindhoven 2011 Pledgemusic [1]
Valley Of Sound 4:20 S Siren
Verona [6] 4:33
4:01
S (with yes/no)
S (without yes/no)
Oyster Australia
Oyster rest of world
3:55
3:49
3:49
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
L Amsterdam 1994
Live From The Milky Way
Maybe An Angel Germany
Maybe An Angel Live EP
Virus Of The Mind [9] 4:13
4:13
3:51
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (edit)
South
Virus Of The Mind
[only promotional] [1]
Walk This World [9], [24] 3:50
3:49
3:49
3:49
3:51
3:54
3:54
3:54
S (uncensored)
S (censored)
S (censored)
S (uncensored)
S (censored)
S (acoustic mix)
S (acoustic mix)
S (acoustic mix)
Oyster
Walk This World Europe
Walk This World Austr.
Walk This World Japan
Maybe An Angel Australia
Walk This World Europe
Walk This World Austr.
Siren-Bonus Austr.
3:47
4:13
3:37
3:30
4:20
5:32
L Netherlands 1994
L Amsterdam? 1994?
L Japan? 1995?
L Osaka 1995
L Cologne 1998
L Eindhoven 2011
2 Meter Sessies
Walk This World Japan
[only promotional] [1]
Maybe An Angel Japan
Wonderlust
Pledgemusic [1]
Walking Higher 4:10 S Oyster
3:20
3:41
L Amsterdam 1994
L Nagoya 1995
Live From The Milky Way
Maybe An Angel Japan
Waste The Day 3:34 S South
Water From Wine 3:14
3:14
3:14
S
S
S
Siren Japan
Siren-Bonus Austr.
London Rain
We Can Work It Out [2] 2:16 S I Am Sam Soundtrack
Welcome [2], [9], [24] 4:21
4:18
4:18
3:33
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (album version)
S (radio version)
South Canada/USA
Redbird
Welcome
Welcome
What A Feeling [4] 4:46
4:43
S
S (as "Fruit") [4]
Siren
Siren (unmastered)
When Somebody Turns You On 3:46 S South
When The Music Stops 4:04 S 300 Days At Sea iTunes [1]
Wicked Game [2] 4:51 S Redbird
3:13 L Oui FM 2005? Oui FM sampler
Widescreen 4:18 S Siren
5:11 L Cologne 1998 Gloomy Sunday
Winged Messenger 0:57 S The Sorrowjoy
Winterblue [6] 4:55
4:55
S
S
Siren
Virus Of The Mind
5:58
7:18
L Cologne 1998
L Eindhoven 2011
Wonderlust
Pledgemusic [1]
Women's Hands 5:28
4:43
S
S (demo version)
The Way It Feels
Pledgemusic [1]
You Left Me A Song 3:36 S Storm
4:07
3:55
L London 2003
L Groningen 2006
Live Union Chapel
musicload.de [1]
You Moved Like An Animal 1:14 S The Sorrowjoy
You're A Rainbow 3:23
3:23
S
S
300 Days At Sea Japan
300 Days At Sea Amazon

   

Heather's CD index

Own Releases
The First Demos
These Walls EP
Spirit In You
Glowstars
Blow
Oyster
Walk This World
Live From The Milky Way
Maybe An Angel
Truth And Bone
The First Recording
Siren
London Rain / Keep Me
Heart And Shoulder
I'm The Girl
Gloomy Sunday
Wonderlust
South
I'm No Angel
Virus Of The Mind
Storm
River Of Life
Live At The Union Chapel
Redbird
Welcome
Together As One
The Sorrowjoy
The Jasmine Flower
300 Days At Sea
Higher Ground
Beautiful Ride
Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow
The Way It Feels
Sea Glass
Girl On The Mountain
Lie Down In The Bed You've Made

Compilations
2 Meter Sessies, Volume 6
Volume # 13, The Lucky Issue
Volume # 14, Reading '95 Special
The Craft, Music from the motion picture
The Crow, City Of Angels
KFOG sampler "Live From the Archives 5"
KBCO sampler "KBCO Studio C Volume 10"
Best Issue 1 sampler
The Clash Tribute - Burning London
Lilith Fair Vol. 2
Les Eurockéennes de Belfort
I Am Sam, Music from the motion picture
Oorgasm 14 sampler
Oui FM Rock Acoustic
Waves Of Sound
TV Noir Zwei
Lennon Bermuda

For information about her promos and online songs, see [1]. Notes about the Mishka songs at [10], the ATB songs at [11], her work for the Afro Celt Sound System at [12], the duet with Eskobar at [13], her collaboration with Bløf at [14], her work for Cold City Rockers at [15], her work with Sandy Dillon at [16], her work with Berit Fridahl at [17], her work with Mensano at [18], her work with Celtic Cross at [19], her work with The Recovery Position at [20], her work with Milow at [21], her work with Rea Garvey at [22], and her work for Amanda Temple Photography at [23].

For information about the official downloads from the autumn tour 2009, see [Performances -> Tour 2009].
For information about the official downloads from the autumn tour 2010, see [Performances -> Tour 2010].
For information about the official downloads from the autumn tour 2011, see [Performances -> Tour 2011].
For information about the official downloads from the winter tour 2014, see [Performances -> Tour 2014].
For information about the official downloads from the winter tour 2016, see [Performances -> Tour winter 2016].
For information about the official downloads from the spring tour 2016, see [Performances -> Tour spring 2016].

Since this is a song list, and not a full discography, we list only compilations which feature a recording that is not available on Heather's regular releases. This means that we leave out especially samplers and soundtracks with already well-known live or studio recordings by Heather, even if the compilations were very popular and sold a lot of copies.
[ THE FIRST DEMOS ]
2011 (originally from 1989) - The First Demos

4:29 To Sea
3:41 Trinkets And Charms
2:47 Susannah
2:17 Blessings To My Toes
4:43 Guardian Angel
2:40 Strange Crossroads

Notes:
This CD was available on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova in April and May 2011 for 250 Euros. Only 20 copies were made, each with hand painted cover. Sent out in June 2011.

Item description on Pledgemusic: 5 of Heather's early demos on CD with hand painted cover. You'll get a CD with 5 unreleased tracks of Heather with a handpainted cover. BUT: These are not only unreleased songs - these are 5 of her very first demo songs.

Before sending items out, Heather added another song to make it six songs.

Additional information by Felix Tod: These demo's were recorded in Bermuda, I think in 1989. Only one cassette tape remained until now.

For just 20 Euros, it was able to download the three songs To Sea, Trinkets And Charms, and Susannah.
[ THESE WALLS EP ]
1990 - These Walls EP

3:05 These Walls
3:06 New Love
3:39 Further Than You
4:39 Flying As She Falls

Note: Heather's first and only release under her real name "Heather Frith", since her stage name "Heather Nova" wasn't created yet. Named "These Walls EP" by Big Cat Records, although the cover lists "Heather Frith EP". Only available on vinyl. Re-released on CD as The First Recording in 1997.
[ SPIRIT IN YOU ]
1993 - Spirit In You

4:00 Spirit In You
3:07 Glow Stars
4:39 Ear To The Ground
3:50 Shaking The Doll
[ GLOW STARS ]
1993 - Glow Stars

4:23 Bare
4:21 My Fidelity
4:00 Spirit In You
4:10 Shell
3:07 Glow Stars
4:39 Ear To The Ground
3:48 Second Skin
3:25 Mothertongue
1:10 All The Way
4:13 Frontier
3:50 Shaking The Doll
3:23 Talking To Strangers
[ BLOW ]
1993 - Blow

5:24 Light Years (live)
6:48 Sugar (live)
6:31 Maybe An Angel (live)
2:37 Blessed (live)
3:21 Mothertongue (live)
5:04 Talking To Strangers (live)
4:16 Shaking The Doll (live)
5:17 Frontier (live)
3:41 Doubled Up (live)

Note: All songs recorded live in London, early 1993. Originally "Blow" was released in a 6-track version, without the songs Light Years, Frontier, and Doubled Up.
[ OYSTER ]
1994 - Oyster

3:50 Walk This World
3:54 Heal
6:20 Island
5:56 Throwing Fire At The Sun
5:08 Maybe An Angel
5:34 Sugar
4:52 Truth And Bone
4:32 Blue Black
4:10 Walking Higher
4:48 Light Years
4:01 Verona
3:39 Doubled Up

Note: Heather's first studio album "Oyster" was released in Europe (late 1994) soon followed by Australia (March 1995) without Sugar, since this song was not recorded in studio until then. Originally Heather saw "Sugar" just as a live track like "Blessed" as it was released on Blow, and Heather felt it had arrived at its "finished form", so there was no studio version of it. However these plans were changed in 1995, because Heather decided to put "Sugar" at least on the releases in USA/Canada (summer 1995) and Japan (fall 1995).

Furthermore, the 1994 European and the 1995 Australian release of Oyster both contain a short "yes/no" track between "Verona" and "Doubled Up" that does not appear on the US or Japanese releases. This audio piece had been used at concerts since then. The track display of the European release lists this track as part of Doubled Up (intro, total song length 4:13) while the Australian release lists it as part of Verona (outro, total song length 4:33).

A new European re-release of Oyster is on the market since 1998 replacing the 1994 Oyster, with Sugar, but without the "yes/no" track.
[ WALK THIS WORLD ]
1994 - Walk This World (Europe)
1995 - Walk This World (Australia)

3:52 Walk This World
3:54 Home
6:16 Blind
3:45 Walk This World (acoustic mix)
1995 - Walk This World (Japan)

3:49 Walk This World
4:13 Walk This World (live)
6:08 Sugar (live)

Note: Sugar was recorded live in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994. Likely the live version of Walk This World was also recorded there.
[ LIVE FROM THE MILKY WAY ]
1995 - Live From The Milky Way (USA)

5:39 Maybe An Angel (live)
6:42 Throwing Fire At The Sun (live)
5:26 Talking To Strangers (live)
6:04 Sugar (live)
3:20 Walking Higher (live)
3:55 Verona (live)

Note: All songs recorded live in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994.
[ MAYBE AN ANGEL ]
1995 - Maybe An Angel (Germany)

4:05 Maybe An Angel (Edit # 1)
7:01 Throwing Fire At The Sun (live)
5:15 Talking To Strangers (live)
3:41 Verona (live)
4:50 Truth And Bone (live)
3:59 My Fidelity (live)
5:46 Maybe An Angel (live)

Note: All live songs recorded in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994.
1995 - Maybe An Angel (United Kingdom)

4:03 Maybe An Angel (Edit # 1)
7:01 Throwing Fire At The Sun (live)
5:21 Talking To Strangers (live)
4:05 Maybe An Angel (Undertow mix)

Note: All live songs recorded in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994.
1995 - Maybe An Angel (Australia)

4:06 Maybe An Angel (Edit # 1)
4:05 Maybe An Angel (Undertow mix)
4:22 My Fidelity
5:21 Talking To Strangers (live)
3:51 Walk This World

Note: The live song was recorded in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994.
1995 - Maybe An Angel Live EP (United Kingdom)

5:44 Maybe An Angel (live)
3:49 Verona (live)
4:20 Heal (live)
4:18 My Fidelity (live)

Note: All songs recorded live in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994.
1996 - Maybe An Angel (Japan)

3:53 Maybe An Angel (Edit # 2)
5:50 Blue Black [6] (live in Tokyo, November 11, 1995)
3:30 Walk This World (live in Osaka, November 12, 1995)
4:17 Heal (live in Fukuoka, November 15, 1995)
3:46 Like A Hurricane (live in Hiroshima, November 16, 1995)
4:38 Truth And Bone (live in Sapporo, November 18, 1995)
3:23 Doubled Up (live in Sendai, November 22, 1995)
3:41 Walking Higher (live in Nagoya, November 23, 1995)

Note: All live songs were recorded on the Japanese tour in November 1995.
[ TRUTH AND BONE ]
1996 - Truth And Bone

4:03 Truth And Bone (alternative version)
3:36 Like A Hurricane (live in Hiroshima, November 16, 1995)
3:16 I'm On Fire (live in Nagoya, November 23, 1995)
5:51 Blue Black [6] (live in Tokyo, November 11, 1995)

Note: All live songs were recorded on the Japanese tour in November 1995.
[ THE FIRST RECORDING ]
1997 - The First Recording

3:05 These Walls
3:06 New Love
3:39 Further Than You
4:39 Flying As She Falls

Note: Re-release of the These Walls EP / Heather Frith EP, which was originally released under her real name "Heather Frith" on vinyl only in 1990.
[ SIREN ]
1998 - Siren

3:52 London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do)
3:59 Blood Of Me
3:58 Heart And Shoulder
4:46 What A Feeling
4:20 Valley Of Sound
5:23 I'm The Girl
4:55 Winterblue
3:40 I'm Alive
4:18 Widescreen
3:28 Paper Cup
4:07 Avalanche
4:56 Make You Mine
4:05 Ruby Red
5:04 Not Only Human

Note: The song "London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do)" is named in France "Keep Me (London Rain)".

A limited edition of Siren had been released in a digipak with two bonus tracks at the German record chain store "WOM". The bonus tracks at the end are "Water From Wine" and "London Rain (acoustic)". Between song 14 "Not Only Human" and song 15 "Water From Wine" is three minute silence (as an outro of Not Only Human, overall length 8:07).

The Japanese Siren has at the end the three bonus tracks "Grow Young", "Water From Wine", and "London Rain (acoustic). Between song 14 "Not Only Human" and song 15 "Grow Young" is the same three minute silence (as an outro of Not Only Human, overall length 8:09).

In April 1999, a special edition of Siren was released in Australia only as a CDx2 with a bonus CD, containing five "previously unreleased or rare tracks". These five songs are "Grow Young", "Water From Wine" and "London Rain (acoustic)" from the "London Rain" singles, and "Blind" and "Walk This World (acoustic mix)" from the European and Australian "Walk This World" single. This special edition of "Siren" promoted Heather's Australian promotional tour in late April/May 1999.

"Paint The World", "Man In The Ocean", and "Days And Nights" are all "Siren outtakes".

Additionally to all this, there is also an Unmastered Siren CD, where the lenghts of most tracks vary about some seconds compared to the original Siren release. This is due to different duration of pauses between the tracks and some tracks are faded out some seconds earlier or later. Several songs are mixed slightly different or even sometimes an instrument is still missing. "What A Feeling" is named on this CD with its "legal title" Fruit, not with What A Feeling.

Also, there is a Test Pressing Siren CD from mastering. The CD sounds like before it is copied, therefore much better. The actual mixes on the CD are different to the final album in some cases, likely just the vocal levels.
[ LONDON RAIN (NOTHING HEALS ME LIKE YOU DO) / KEEP ME (LONDON RAIN) ]
It seems to be impossible to list ALL official "London Rain" CDs. It is a fact that "London Rain" had been distributed in different countries on one or two CDs. The tracks may vary. Additionally, the song "London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do)" is called "Keep Me (London Rain)" in France, and a "Keep Me (London Rain)" promo CD was already released there.
Here are some examples of CDs:

1998 - London Rain # 1 (Germany, United Kingdom)
3:52 London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do) / 3:09 Grow Young /
3:14 Water From Wine

1998 - London Rain # 2 (Germany, United Kingdom)
3:52 London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do) / 3:18 Ship Song /
3:57 London Rain (acoustic version)

1998 - London Rain (The Netherlands, Scandinavia)
3:52 London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do) / 3:09 Grow Young

1998 - London Rain (The Netherlands)
3:52 London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do) / 3:18 Ship Song /
3:57 London Rain (acoustic version) / 3:14 Water From Wine

1998 and 1999 - London Rain (Australia)
3:52 London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do) / 3:09 Grow Young /
3:14 Water From Wine / 3:18 Ship Song / 3:57 London Rain (acoustic version)
[ HEART AND SHOULDER ]
1998 - Heart And Shoulder (Germany, The Netherlands)
1999 - Heart And Shoulder (Australia)

4:00 Heart And Shoulder
3:21 Many Rivers To Cross
4:45 Nothing
3:51 Heart And Shoulder (acoustic version)
1999 - Heart And Shoulder # 1 (United Kingdom)

4:00 Heart And Shoulder
5:23 Days And Nights
3:49 Heart And Shoulder (acoustic version)
1999 - Heart And Shoulder # 2 (United Kingdom)

4:00 Heart And Shoulder
3:22 Many Rivers To Cross
4:44 Nothing
[ I'M THE GIRL ]
1999 - I'm The Girl (The Netherlands)

3:45 I'm The Girl (radio edit)
4:48 I'm The Girl (K-Klass extended remix)
[ GLOOMY SUNDAY ]
1999 - Gloomy Sunday (Germany)

3:40 Gloomy Sunday (radio edit # 1)
4:31 Gloomy Sunday (movie version)
5:53 Make You Mine (live)
5:11 Widescreen (live)

Note: All live songs recorded in Cologne, November 4, 1998.
[ WONDERLUST ]
2000 - Wonderlust (Europe)

5:58 Winterblue [6] (live)
4:20 Walk This World (live)
5:51 Island (live)
4:18 Heart And Shoulder (live)
3:59 Paper Cup (live)
4:13 London Rain (live)
5:15 Not Only Human (live)
3:42 Doubled Up (live)
4:29 Truth And Bone (live)
5:28 I'm The Girl [6] (live)
3:56 Heal (live)
5:36 Make You Mine (live)
8:29 Sugar (live)
3:43 I'm On Fire (live)

Note: All songs recorded live in Cologne, November 4, 1998.
[ SOUTH ]
2001 - South

4:06 If I Saw You In A Movie
4:05 Talk To Me
4:13 Virus Of The Mind
4:10 Like Lovers Do
3:34 Waste The Day
4:14 Heaven Sent
4:34 It's Only Love
3:58 I'm No Angel
3:53 Help Me Be Good To You
3:46 When Somebody Turns You On
4:09 Gloomy Sunday (album version)
3:26 Tested
4:30 Just Been Born

Note: The Japanese South has as bonus track "Man In The Ocean" (4:37) at the end. In USA, South was released with the additional song "Welcome" (4:21) at the beginning. In Canada, South was released with the songs in different order and "Welcome" on a bonus CD.
[ I'M NO ANGEL ]
In some countries releases with only I'm No Angel and Man In The Ocean.
2001 - I'm No Angel (Germany) (also available on DVD/CD)

3:50 I'm No Angel (single mix)
4:37 Man In The Ocean
3:56 Tested (band version)
3:47 In The Garden
2001 - I'm No Angel # 1 (United Kingdom)

3:52 I'm No Angel (single mix)
4:38 Man In The Ocean
3:57 Tested (band version)
2001 - I'm No Angel # 2 (United Kingdom)

3:50 I'm No Angel (single mix)
3:45 In The Garden
2:37 Sweet November
[ VIRUS OF THE MIND ]
2001 - Virus Of The Mind (Germany)

4:13 Virus Of The Mind
4:10 Like Lovers Do
2:36 Sweet November
3:54 Paint The World
4:55 Winterblue
2001 - Virus Of The Mind (Europe without Germany)

4:13 Virus Of The Mind
2:36 Sweet November
3:54 Paint The World
4:55 Winterblue
[ STORM ]
2003 - Storm

3:19 Let's Not Talk About Love
3:36 You Left Me A Song
2:53 Drink It In
3:21 River Of Life
4:32 One Day In June
3:13 Storm
4:16 I Wanna Be Your Light (album version)
2:51 Aquamarine
3:34 All I Need
3:06 Everytime
4:14 Fool For You

Note: In France, Storm was released with a different version of "Let's Not Talk About Love". In the French version, it is a duet with Benjamin Biolay. [24]
[ RIVER OF LIFE ]
2003 - River Of Life (Germany)

3:21 River Of Life
4:21 One Day In June (home demo)
[ LIVE AT THE UNION CHAPEL ]
2004 - Live At The Union Chapel (live DVD)

1:22 Intro
3:33 Let's Not Talk About Love (live)
5:52 I Wanna Be Your Light (live)
4:48 One Day In June (live)
4:07 You Left Me A Song (live)
3:34 All I Need (live)
3:12 Drink It In (live)
4:14 Fool For You (live)
3:27 River Of Life (live)
4:21 Storm (live)
2:45 New Love (performed backstage) (live)
3:00 Every Time (performed backstage) (live)
Credits

Bonus: 4:43 Photograph (including picture intro 4:57)

Note: All songs except Photograph were recorderd live in London, September 12, 2003. New Love and Every Time haven't been part of the concert, they were recorded backstage.
[ REDBIRD ]
2005 - Redbird

4:18 Welcome (album version)
5:05 I Miss My Sky (Amelia Earhart's Last Days)
4:25 Motherland
4:16 Redbird
4:10 Done Drifting
3:26 Overturned
4:14 Mesmerized
4:11 Singing You Through
3:51 A Way To Live
4:51 Wicked Game
3:47 This Body
4:43 The Sun Will Always Rise

Note: The track lengths on the backcover of the CD are wrong.
[ WELCOME ]
2005 - Welcome (for download only)

3:33 Welcome (radio version)
4:18 Welcome (album version)
[ TOGETHER AS ONE ]
2005 - Together As One - Heather Nova for the Bermuda Sloop Foundation

3:34 Together As One; The "Spirit Of Bermuda" Song
3:30 Sail On
4:38 I Wanna Be Your Light (live in London, September 12, 2003)
[ THE SORROWJOY ]
2006 - The Sorrowjoy

1:19 # 01 the singing state
1:09 # 02 the bad blood and the rose
1:30 # 03 the homeopath
0:54 # 04 looking for home
1:05 # 05 the poison
2:28 # 06 ode to my grandparents
1:14 # 07 you moved like an animal
1:25 # 08 sucking out the sting
0:47 # 09 six years behind
0:58 # 10 please please you
0:31 # 11 real is my only real friend
0:41 # 12 murmur
0:57 # 13 winged messenger
1:13 # 14 prescription of dreams
0:50 # 15 rain in the tropics
1:24 # 16 respect for the dead
2:08 # 17 at sea
0:52 # 18 a simple grace
0:50 # 19 like spiders
0:51 # 20 the girl
1:05 # 21 the bridge
1:22 # 22 into the pink
1:15 # 23 my body will not be fooled
0:35 # 24 this is the colour of you
1:18 # 25 the abandon
0:35 # 26 in your hands i'd be a planet
0:42 # 27 soon alaska
1:12 # 28 cracking the code
1:00 # 29 firefly dreams
0:50 # 30 the amber
1:26 # 31 joy
1:02 # 32 nothing in between
1:32 # 33 digital
1:27 # 34 the wave
1:07 # 35 the bowerbird
1:06 # 36 blue eyed lion
0:47 # 37 though i am not known here
0:50 # 38 i cannot say yes
0:24 # 39 moods
0:41 # 40 i can smell the rain coming
1:01 # 41 paradise is harder to digest alone
0:29 # 42 loss and passion
0:56 # 43 my father
0:52 # 44 eastern blue cut

In 2002, Heather released a book with 45 own-written poems and own-painted drawings, called "the sorrowjoy".

In 2006, "the sorrowjoy" CD was sold during Heather Nova's Intimate Evening Tour throughout Europe in March 2006 (except in Zurich). It contains all poems from "The Sorrowjoy" book, except the poem "the wonder is returning", which is missing. The poem "this is the colour" (in the book) is named "this is the colour of you" on CD. The album is spoken word with ambient music, mixed by Felix Tod. Sold at the concerts.

For more information about Heather performing these poems in 2001, 2002, and fall 2011, please see [6].

The song "The Wave" was also released on the Higher Ground single.
[ THE JASMINE FLOWER ]
2008 - The Jasmine Flower

3:27 Ride
3:24 Beautiful Storm
3:56 Maybe Tomorrow
3:53 Out On A Limb
3:14 Every Soldier Is A Mother's Son
3:27 Out In New Mexico
2:39 Looking For The Light
3:11 Hollow
3:16 If I Should Die
3:47 Say Something
3:36 Follow Me In Grace
4:31 Always Christmas

Notes: The track order on the backcover of the CD is wrong on many copies.
The working title for this album was "Dark Horse Heat".

At some online music stores, the album comes with bonus tracks from the Groningen concert from March 19, 2006. On iTunes, the bonus track is "All I Need" (4:28), and on musicload.de, the bonus tracks are "This Body" (3:55) and "You Left Me A Song" (3:23).
[ 300 DAYS AT SEA ]
2011/2012 - 300 Days At Sea

4:26 Beautiful Ride
4:16 Higher Ground (album version)
3:52 Stop The Fire
4:56 Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow (album version)
3:39 Everything Changes
4:32 Do Something That Scares You
3:44 The Good Ship "Moon"
3:48 Turn The Compass Round
4:20 Burning To Love
3:58 I'd Rather Be
4:26 Until The Race Is Run
4:36 Stay

Notes: On the "deluxe edition", there is the bonus track "Precious Thing" (4:28) and six videos: Beautiful Ride (acoustic, 4:00), Save A Little Piece of Tomorrow (acoustic, 4:30), Everything Changes (acoustic, 3:15), Turn The Compass Round (acoustic, 3:45), Higher Ground (acoustic, 4:10), Stop The Fire (acoustic, 3:35).

On the Japanese version from 2012, the bonus tracks are "Precious Thing" (4:28) and "You're A Rainbow" (3:23).

On Amazon digital download, there is the bonus track "You're A Rainbow" (3:23) in some countries.

On iTunes, there are the three bonus tracks "Over You" (4:18), "When The Music Stops" (4:04), and "Precious Thing" (4:28) in some countries.

On musicload.de/.at/.ch, there is the bonus track "He's Spiritual" (4:07).

The song "When The Music Stops" is a "Redbird outtake".
[ HIGHER GROUND ]
2011 - Higher Ground (for download only)

4:20 Higher Ground (album version)
3:57 I'm Here
5:04 Island (live in Gent, October 16, 2010)
1:26 The Wave
3:46 Higher Ground (radio edit)
[ BEAUTIFUL RIDE ]
2011 - Beautiful Ride (for download only)

3:44 Beautiful Ride (radio edit)
3:55 Drive Away
3:42 Maybe Tomorrow (live version, likely from Leiden, October 15, 2010)
3:26 Ride (live version) (live version, likely from Breda, October 11, 2010)
4:26 Beautiful Ride (album version)
[ SAVE A LITTLE PIECE OF TOMORROW ]
2013 - Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow (for download only)

3:54 Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow (single edit)
[ THE WAY IT FEELS ]
2015/2016 - The Way It Feels (Europe) (North America)

5:15 Treehouse
3:56 Sea Glass
4:06 The Archaeologist
5:19 Girl On The Mountain
3:34 Lie Down In The Bed You've Made
4:32 On My Radar
4:29 Sleeping Dogs
3:48 Sea Change
4:39 This Humanness
3:55 I'm Air
5:28 Women's Hand
4:22 Moon River Days

Notes: On Amazon, there is the bonus track "Earth Is My Heaven" (5:15) in some countries. On iTunes, there is the bonus track "Serengeti" (5:18) in some countries. This may also vary from country to country. Both songs are available to Pledgers.
[ SEA GLASS ]
2015 - Sea Glass (for download only) (Europe)

3:56 Sea Glass
[ GIRL ON THE MOUNTAIN ]
2015/2016 - Girl On The Mountain (for download only) (North America)

5:19 Girl On The Mountain
[ LIE DOWN IN THE BED YOU'VE MADE ]
2015 - Lie Down In The Bed You've Made (for download only) (Europe)

3:34 Lie Down In The Bed You've Made (album version)
3:38 Lie Down In The Bed You've Made (Whistle Back remix)
[ COMPILATIONS ]
1995 - 2 Meter Sessies, Volume 6 (The Netherlands)

3:47 Walk This World (live in the Netherlands, December 12, 1994)

Note: Compilation album with live recordings from the program "2 Meter Sessies" on Dutch TV and radio station VARA.
1995 - Volume # 13, The Lucky Issue (United Kingdom)

4:33 Maybe An Angel (live at GLR, 1995)

Note: Quarterly compilation album with a 192 page book; 5 pages about Heather Nova.
1995 - Volume # 14, Reading '95 Special (United Kingdom, Germany)

4:00 My Fidelity (live in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994)

Note: Quarterly compilation album with an extensive booklet, including an interview with Heather. The booklet says that it's a preview of the bands that were to be at the festival.
1996 - The Craft, Music from the motion picture (USA)

4:17 I Have The Touch
1996 - The Crow, City Of Angels, soundtrack part 2 (Europe) /
1996 - The Crow, City Of Angels, musical score CD part 2 (USA)

In Europe: 5:28 Believe In Angels (edit # 1)
In the USA: 5:46 Believe In Angels (edit # 2)

Note: Heather's song is NOT on the US soundtrack! Also note that there is a song called "Believe In Angels" by Graeme Revell on the musical score CD part 1 without any involvement by Heather Nova.
1998 - KFOG sampler "Live From the Archives 5" (USA)

3:34 London Rain (live in San Francisco, July 27, 1998)

Note: Compilation album of songs recorded live on the air at KFOG radio station, San Francisco.
1998 - KBCO sampler "KBCO Studio C Volume 10" (USA)

3:58 London Rain (live in Boulder, September 21, 1998)

Note: Compilation album of songs recorded live on the air at KBCO radio station, Boulder, CO.
1999 - Best Issue 1 sampler (France)

3:45 Keep Me (= London Rain) [4] (live in Paris, January 25, 1999)

Note: Recorded at Radio France. Sampler with the French magazine "Best", Issue 1, 1999.
1999 - The Clash Tribute - Burning London

4:35 Straight To Hell

Note: Compilation album of "The Clash" (famous british punk band) cover songs. The title "Burning London" is a reminiscence to the Clash song "London's Burning".
1999 - Lilith Fair Vol. 2 (USA)

5:06 Island (live at Lilith Fair, 1998)

Note: Sampler with songs performed live by Heather and other female artists at the Lilith Fair Tour 1998.
1999? - Les Eurockéennes de Belfort (France)

5:23 Make You Mine (live at Les Eurockéennes, Belfort, July 3, 1998)

Note: Compilation album with live festival songs from several artists, including Heather.
2002 - I Am Sam, Music from and inspired by the motion picture (USA)

2:16 We Can Work It Out

Note: Compilation album with covers of The Beatles songs.
2003 - Oorgasm 14 (The Netherlands)

3:21 River Of Life (Clean Version)

Note: Compilation album from Dutch music magazine OOR.
2006 - Oui FM Rock Acoustic (France)

3:13 Wicked Game (live at Oui FM studios, likely from 2005)

Note: Compilation album from French music radio station Oui FM. The song is misprinted as "Wicked Games" and the length is misprinted as 3:19.
2007 - Waves Of Sound (Switzerland)

4:10 Higher Ground (Waves of Sound version)

Note: Compilation album from Swiss magazine 7Sky. All songs on this compilation were released in mp3-format on their website (seventhsky.ch) as part of the November issue, downloadable from November 20, 2007 till February 20, 2008. An accompanying CD cover was included in the November issue of the printed magazine 7Sky, though a CD itself was not included. Also, some promotional copies with a pressed CD exist. This version is different to the versions on the 2011 album "300 Days At Sea" and single "Higher Ground".
2011 - TV Noir Zwei (Germany)

3:23 Everything Changes (acoustic, live from TV Noir)

Note: Compilation album from German TV show "TV Noir". Heather played the song acoustically with Arnulf Lindner. The show was recorded June 5, 2011, at "Heimathafen Neukölln" in Berlin, Germany. The song "Everything Changes" from that show was broadcast on July 8, 2011 on the German TV channel "zdf.kultur".
2012 - Lennon Bermuda (Bermuda)

2:23 Norwegian Wood

Note: Compilation album for the John Lennon Double Fantasy Bermuda Tribute on September 21, 2012 in Bermuda. It contains 32 John Lennon cover songs by Bermudian and international artists. Includes also music by Heather Nova's cousins Jonathan Frith and Christina Frith.

The song was recorded in 2001 and premiered on February 18, 2012, on BBC Radio Merseyside, in the show "On The Beat". Host Spencer Leigh talked to Michael Hill and Tony Brennan (from the Double Fantasy Bermuda Tribute) about John Lennon. For more information, see doublefantasybermuda.com.

On the tribute concert on September 21, 2012, the song "Norwegian Wood" was performed by Heather.

The CD contains the longer version (2:23) with humming in the middle.

   

Heather's live performances (on recordings)

London concerts, early 1993
Netherlands, 2 Meter Sessies, December 12, 1994 / February 11, 1995
Amsterdam concert, December 15, 1994
United Kingdom, BBC radio shows, 1995 / 1999
Japan tour, November 11, 1995 - November 23, 1995
Hamburg concert, March 2, 1996
Belfort, Les Eurockéennes festival, July 3, 1998
Lilith Fair Tour, July 7, 1998 - July 15, 1998
San Francisco, KFOG radio station, July 27, 1998
Boulder, Colorado, KBCO radio station, September 21, 1998
Cologne concert, November 4, 1998
Paris, Radio France, January 25, 1999
Copenhagen concert, November 19, 2001
Netherlands, Live at Vrienden Van Amstel, December 4, 2001
London concert, September 12, 2003
Bermuda concert, May 14, 2005
Oui FM, likely in 2005
Groningen concert, March 19, 2006
Acoustic tour, October 24 - November 15, 2009
Leipzig concert backstage, October 25, 2009
Acoustic tour, October 1 - October 30, 2010
TV Noir show, June 5, 2011
Full band tour, November 2 - November 29, 2011
Taratata show, November 7, 2011
Acoustic tour, January 30 - March 17, 2014
Acoustic tour, February 16 - March 2, 2016
Acoustic tour, March 30 - April 22, 2016
[ London concerts, early 1993 ]
Two gigs of Heather's UK tour early 1993 were recorded in London at the Mean Fiddler Club and at the Powerhaus. Six songs of the "Mean Fiddler" gig were pressed on Blow (6-tracks): "Sugar", "Maybe An Angel", "Blessed", "Mothertongue", "Talking To Strangers" and "Shaking The Doll". Another three songs now (often promoted with a sticker as "3 extra tracks") from the "Powerhaus", with a slightly different band and the first appearance of Nadia on cello, can be found on Blow (9-tracks) additional to the "Mean Fiddler" songs: "Light Years", "Frontier" and "Doubled Up".
[ Netherlands, 2 Meter Sessies, December 12, 1994 / February 11, 1995 ]
Heather played two times for the program 2 Meter Sessies on Dutch television and radio station VARA. The recording of "Walk This World" on the 2 Meter Sessies, Volume 6 sampler was made on December 12, 1994 in a studio in the small village Nederhorst den Berg (south-east from Amsterdam). The setlist was Walk This World, Heal, Maybe An Angel, My Fidelity. It is with full band, but acoustic. A second acoustic recording was made at the same place on February 11, 1995 with My Fidelity, Walk This World, Maybe An Angel, Heal, Blessed, Doubled Up. At least Walk This World and Maybe An Angel were broadcasted later on Dutch TV. An accident happened there as the cables caught fire by some candles and Maybe An Angel had to be stopped and retried.
[ Amsterdam concert, December 15, 1994 ]
Heather did a gig in Amsterdam at the De Melkweg (= "Milky Way") club.
The tracks from this gig are spread over several CDs.

Here is an overview:
Song                          CDs
------------------------------------------------------------
Heal                          Maybe An Angel, UK live EP

Maybe An Angel                Live From The Milky Way
                              Maybe An Angel, Germany
                              Maybe An Angel, UK live EP

My Fidelity                   Maybe An Angel, Germany
                              Maybe An Angel, UK live EP
                              Compilation Volume #14

Sugar                         Live From The Milky Way
                              Walk This World, Japan

Talking To Strangers          Live From The Milky Way
                              Maybe An Angel, Australia
                              Maybe An Angel, Germany
                              Maybe An Angel, UK single

Throwing Fire At The Sun      Live From The Milky Way
                              Maybe An Angel, Germany
                              Maybe An Angel, UK single

Truth And Bone                Maybe An Angel, Germany

Verona                        Live From The Milky Way
                              Maybe An Angel, Germany
                              Maybe An Angel, UK live EP

Walk This World               Walk This World, Japan
                              Walk This World, USA (Promo)

Walking Higher                Live From The Milky Way

I added Walk This World to the list of Milky Way recordings just because I think that it had been recorded there. There is unfortunately no information about where it had been recorded on the CD. But it sounds equal to the other recordings and at the end the same audience noise with the two guitar strokes had been used that can also be found at the end of "My Fidelity" on the German Maybe An Angel single. The live versions on the Japanese 3-track Walk This World single and on the Walk This World US-promo single are identical. The running time is printed incorrect on the US promo single.

The final words "I spent the day at the Milky Way" can be found after the last song on Live From The Milky Way (Verona) and also after the last song on the UK live EP of Maybe An Angel (My Fidelity).

For more information about the video for Sugar see [9].
[ United Kingdom, BBC radio shows, 1995 / 1999 ]
Heather, accompanied by her cellist Nadia Lanman, did an acoustic version of "Maybe An Angel" on the BBC local station Greater London Radio (=GLR) in 1995. You can hear it on the Volume # 13 Compilation.

Note: Heather performed "Maybe An Angel" and "Heal" on the Johnnie Walker Show (February 4, 1995) on BBC Radio 1, "Walk This World", "Heal" and "Maybe An Angel" on the Mark Radcliffe Show (May 29, 1995) on BBC Radio 1, and "Walk This World" and "Heart And Shoulder" acousticly on the Johnnie Walker Show (February 13, 1999) on BBC Radio 2. These shows are not available on CD.
[ Japan tour, November 11, 1995 - November 23, 1995 ]
Japan has been visited by Heather in November 1995 for playing concerts in several cities. These shows were recorded and some songs (except "Blue Black" every song is acoustic) appear now as B-sides on Heather's releases or can be found elsewhere:
Song                   Concert                   CDs
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Blue Black [6]         Tokyo (Nov 11, 1995)      Maybe An Angel, Japan
                                                 Truth And Bone

Doubled Up             Sendai (Nov 22, 1995)     Maybe An Angel, Japan

Heal                   Fukuoka (Nov 15, 1995)    Maybe An Angel, Japan

I'm On Fire            Nagoya (Nov 23, 1995)     Truth And Bone

Like A Hurricane       Hiroshima (Nov 16, 1995)  Maybe An Angel, Japan
                                                 Truth And Bone

Maybe An Angel         [unknown]                 [only promotional] [1]

Throwing Fire...       Nagoya (Nov 23, 1995)     Pledgemusic.com [1] 

Truth And Bone         Sapporo (Nov 18, 1995)    Maybe An Angel, Japan

Walk This World [#1]   Osaka (Nov 12, 1995)      Maybe An Angel, Japan

Walk This World [#2]   [unknown]                 [only promotional] [1]

Walking Higher         Nagoya (Nov 23, 1995)     Maybe An Angel, Japan
The acoustic versions (just Heather and Nadia) of Maybe An Angel and of the "second" Walk This World can only be found on a rare Japanese "DJ-Promo" CD [1] and are declared there as "live" tracks - likely from the Japanese tour in November 1995. But there is no information about where and when they were recorded.

Maybe An Angel is mixed with an extraordinary echo in the background, which cannot be heard on any other Japanese recordings.

Although the "second" version of Walk This World sounds very similar to the "first" version that can be found on the official Japanese Maybe An Angel single, it is not the same recording. For example it is some seconds longer and Heather's guitar playing after the cello part sounds a bit different.

Heather introduces the song "Like A Hurricane" (only on the Japanese Maybe An Angel) with the words: "This is one I didn't write, but one that I like a lot."
[ Hamburg concert, March 2, 1996 ]
On March 2, 1996, Heather did a promo gig at Hamburg's Knust club. Although it was a gig mainly for the press and only sixty tickets went to the offices, Heather made a wonderful acoustic concert, accompanied only by Nadia on her cello. The full concert was recorded and has already been broadcasted (except the encore "Walking Higher") on German radio station NDR2 on their special live program "Radiokonzert".

The live version of Heart And Shoulder had been performed for the first time on the Hamburg concert on March 2, 1996, two years before the album Siren saw the light of day. Not Only Human was the second new song that could have been performed at the same concert, because it was on the written setlist, but Heather played "Ear To The Ground" instead. "Heart And Shoulder" had been performed several times since then, but "Not Only Human" remained unheard until the release of Siren.

For info about the All Of Me tune see [6].

The setlist had these songs on it:
HEAL
THROWING FIRE
ISLAND
HURRICANE
WALK THIS WORLD
* + SHOULDER   (* indicates a drawn heart)
FIDELITY
DOUBLED UP
MAYBE AN ANGEL
-----//-----
EAR 2 THE GROUND / NOT ONLY HUMAN
...
According to a picture I saw, the setlist was written just like above with capital letters.
[ Belfort, Les Eurockéennes festival, July 3, 1998 ]
Belfort was the last European gig before the four weeks US tour 1998. Les Eurockéennes is an annual festival in France, not far away from the borders to Switzerland and Germany.

Heather's performance of "Make You Mine" can be heard on the French Les Eurockéennes de Belfort sampler among other artists.
[ Lilith Fair Tour, July 7, 1998 - July 15, 1998 ]
"Lilith Fair - A Celebration of Women in Music" is a North American summer tour exclusively for female artists founded by Canadian musician Sarah McLachlan. Heather participated the tour in July 1998 and from this "Island" was recorded and appears on the sampler Lilith Fair Vol. 2.

It is unfortunately not mentioned of which concert "Island" was taken, but it is one of these gigs:
Date                City/State
------------------------------------------
July  7, 1998       Detroit, MI
July  8, 1998       Detroit, MI
July 10, 1998       Rochester, NY
July 11, 1998       Hartford, CT
July 12, 1998       Saratoga Springs, NY
July 13, 1998       Holmdel, NJ
July 15, 1998       New York, NY
[ San Francisco, KFOG radio station, July 27, 1998 ]
Heather played "London Rain", just with Nadia, on San Francisco's radio station KFOG as an acoustic version during her US tour in summer 1998. It can be found on the KFOG Sampler CD Live From the Archives 5.
[ Boulder, Colorado, KBCO radio station, September 21, 1998 ]
KBCO, an adult contemporary radio station in Boulder, Colorado, pressed another live version of the song "London Rain" on a limited edition CD called KBCO Studio C Volume 10. This CD is comprised of various live performances recorded in KBCO's "Studio C" and was "sold out in less than 30 hours"! In contrast to the London Rain recording from KFOG radio station two months before, Heather played at KBCO with full band.
[ Cologne concert, November 4, 1998 ]
During the famous German tour in fall 1998, the Cologne concert took place in a location called "E-Werk" on November 4, 1998. This gig was recorded and filmed, but it was unfortunately never broadcasted so far. The venue "had good sound", Heather described in an interview for Radio Brume.

14 songs are on the Wonderlust live album. "Widescreen" is only on the German Gloomy Sunday single, and "Make You Mine" is on both discs.
[ Paris, Radio France, January 25, 1999 ]
On the evening before the UK tour in winter 1999, Heather stopped in Paris at Radio France to record an acoustic version (just Heather and Nadia) of London Rain. It was released in France on a sampler with the French magazine Best, Issue 1, 1999 as "Keep Me", since the name "London Rain" is not common there.
[ Copenhagen concert, November 19, 2001 ]
Heather did a concert at the Vega hall on November 19th, 2001. The whole gig was recorded and parts of it broadcast on radio. The song "Stayin' Alive" is not part of this broadcast. It is available on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova [1] as pledger-only update.
[ Netherlands, Live at Vrienden Van Amstel, December 4, 2001 ]
Heather did a collaboration with Dutch band "Bløf" on the Dutch television show "Vrienden van Amstel life" (RTL4) on December 4, 2001, filmed at the "Café van der Geest" in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. The song was aired on January 19, 2002. "Mooie Dag" was released on the Bløf's single "Mooie Dag # 3".
[ London concert, September 12, 2003 ]
Heather did a concert in London's Union Chapel on September 12th, 2003. The whole gig was recorded and parts of it are released on the Live At The Union Chapel DVD. "I Wanna Be Your Light" was also released on the Together As One CD.

The songs "Everytime" and "New Love" were recorded backstage.
[ Bermuda concert, May 14, 2005 ]
Heather sang two songs abroad the ship "Amistad" in Hamilton, Bermuda: "Together As One" and "Redemption Song". The song "Together As One" was sung with Bermudian native David Roache, who won the Island wide competition for a local male to sing the harmony on this song. The performance was filmed and used for the "Together As One" video clip.
[ Oui FM, likely in 2005 ]
On famous French radio station Oui FM, Heather Nova sang "Motherland" and "Wicked Game" as acoustic session. The song "Wicked Game" was used for the "Oui FM Rock Acoustic" CD compilation.
[ Groningen concert, March 19, 2006 ]
Heather did a concert in Groningen's De Oosterpoort on March 19th, 2006 at the Intimate Evening Tour. She was accompied by violonist Fiona Pears and pianist Ian Tilley. A few songs were released as bonus tracks for the album "The Jasmine Flower" at some online music stores. On iTunes Germany, the bonus track is "All I Need" (4:28), and on musicload.de, the bonus tracks are "This Body" (3:55) and "You Left Me A Song" (3:23).
[ Acoustic tour, October 24 - November 15, 2009 ]
All acoustic autumn tour 2009 concerts could be bought from Heather Nova's official website (www.heathernova.com) as "high quality mp3 downloads" for 10 Euros each. Most concerts contain a winner of the "heather nova paper cup contest".

List of concerts:
October 24, 2009, Cologne, Kulturkirche Köln (Germany)
October 25, 2009, Leipzig, Haus Auensee (Germany)
October 26, 2009, Berlin, Passionskirche (Germany)
October 28, 2009, Bielefeld, Ringlokschuppen (Germany)
October 30, 2009, Brussels, AB (Belgium)
October 31, 2009, Antwerp, Arenbergschouwburg (Belgium)
November 01, 2009, Groningen, Stadsschouwburg (The Netherlands)
November 02, 2009, Breda, Chasse Theatre (The Netherlands)
November 03, 2009, Hague, Paard van Troje (The Netherlands)
November 05, 2009, Genk, CC (Belgium)
November 06, 2009, London, Union Chapel (United Kingdom)
November 07, 2009, Gent, Capitole (Belgium)
November 09, 2009, Stuttgart, Liederhalle Mozartsaal (Germany)
November 10, 2009, Zurich, Volkshaus (Switzerland)
November 12, 2009, Copenhagen, DR Concert House Studio 2 (Denmark)
November 13, 2009, Stockholm, Filadelfiakyrkan (Sweden)
November 14, 2009, Gothenburg, Storan (Sweden)
November 15, 2009, Oslo, Rockefeller (Norway)

List of songs played during this tour:
From Glow Stars: Bare, Frontier, My Fidelity, Spirit In You
From Oyster: Doubled Up, Island, Sugar, Truth And Bone, Walk This World, Walking Higher
From Siren: Heart And Shoulder, London Rain, Paper Cup, What A Feeling
From South: Gloomy Sunday, Talk To Me
From Storm: All I Need, Drink It In, Fool For You, Storm, You Left Me A Song
From Redbird: Done Drifting, I Miss My Sky, Motherland
From The Jasmine Flower: Beautiful Storm, Every Soldier Is A Mother's Son, Maybe Tomorrow,
Out In New Mexico, Ride
Other songs: Blessed, Like A Hurricane, New Love, Someone New

For a more detailed information about which songs where played at which concert, please look at the Heather Nova Discography.
[ Leipzig concert backstage, October 25, 2009 ]
Heather did an acoustic concert in Leipzig's Haus Auensee on October 25th, 2009. Backstage, she played the song "Ride", and this song was recorded by radio station detektor.fm. Available as "detektor.fm Akustik-Session" at detektor.fm/musik/adventskalender-tuerchen-18-heather-nova/ for download.
[ Acoustic tour, October 1 - October 30, 2010 ]
All acoustic autumn tour 2010 concerts (except Hasselt and Eindhoven due to techical difficulties) could be bought from Heather Nova's official website (www.heathernova.com) as "high quality mp3 downloads" for 10 Euros each. The concert from Zwolle (October 4, 2010) could be listened to for free at www.heathernova.com.

List of concerts:
October 1, 2010, Hasselt, CC (Belgium) (not recorded)
October 2, 2010, Delft, Theater de Veste (Netherlands)
October 3, 2010, Groningen, De Oosterpoort (Netherlands)
October 4, 2010, Zwolle, Theater De Spiegel (Netherlands)
October 5, 2010, Den Bosch, Theater a/d Parade (Netherlands)
October 6, 2010, Alkmaar, Theater de Vest (Netherlands)
October 8, 2010, Heerlen, Parkstad Limburg Theaters (Netherlands)
October 9, 2010, Nijmegen, Stadsschouwburg Nijmegen (Netherlands)
October 10, 2010, Eindhoven, Muziekcentrum Frits Philips (Netherlands) (not recorded)
October 11, 2010, Breda, Chasse Theater (Netherlands)
October 12, 2010, Leuven, Het Depot (Belgium)
October 14, 2010, Maastricht, Theater a/h Vrijthof (Netherlands)
October 15, 2010, Leiden, Stadsgehoorzaal Leiden (Netherlands)
October 16, 2010, Gent, Handelsbeurs (Belgium)
October 17, 2010, Roeselare, De Spil (Belgium)
October 19, 2010, Middelburg, Stadsschouwburg (Netherlands)
October 20, 2010, Bern, Bierhuebli (Switzerland)
October 21, 2010, Basel, Volkshaus (Switzerland)
October 22, 2010, Herisau, Casino Herisau (Switzerland)
October 23, 2010, Erlangen, Markgrafentheater (Germany)
October 25, 2010, Freiburg, Jazzhaus (Germany)
October 26, 2010, Tübingen, Sudhaus (Germany)
October 28, 2010, Mainz, Frankfurter Hof (Germany)
October 29, 2010, Wuppertal, Historische Stadthalle (Germany)
October 30, 2010, Paris, Cafe de la Danse (France)

List of songs played during this tour:
From Glow Stars: All The Way, Ear To The Ground, My Fidelity, Spirit In You
From Oyster: Doubled Up, Heal, Island, Light Years, Sugar, Truth And Bone, Walk This World, Walking Higher
From Siren: Avalanche, Heart And Shoulder, London Rain, Paper Cup, What A Feeling
From South: Gloomy Sunday, Like Lovers Do, Talk To Me
From Storm: Aquamarine, Drink It In, Fool For You, Storm, You Left Me A Song
From Redbird: I Miss My Sky, Motherland, Singing You Through, The Sun Will Always Rise, Wicked Game
From The Jasmine Flower: Looking For The Light, Maybe Tomorrow, Out In New Mexico, Ride
From 300 Days At Sea (released in 2011): Burning To Love, Everything Changes, Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow, Turn The Compass Round
Other songs: Like A Hurricane, Someone New, Tainted Love, Untitled Song From Crossing Border ("I walked along the shore today, stood lookin' out across the bay...")

The song "Ride" from Breda (October 11, 2010) was likely also released on the Beautiful Ride single.
The song "Maybe Tomorrow" from Leiden (October 15, 2010) was likely also released on the Beautiful Ride single.
The song "Island" from Gent (October 16, 2010) was released on the Higher Ground single.
The song "Doubled Up" from Erlangen (October 23, 2010) was released on the DLFMUSIC Compilation [1].

For a more detailed information about which songs where played at which concert, please look at the Heather Nova Discography.
[ TV Noir show, June 5, 2011 ]
For the German TV show "TV Noir", Heather played seven songs acoustically with Arnulf Lindner. The show was recorded June 5, 2011, at "Heimathafen Neukölln" in Berlin, Germany, and broadcast in two parts on June 17, 2011, and July 8, 2011 on the German TV channel "zdf.kultur". The song "Everything Changes" from that show was aired in the second part on July 8, 2011. The complete list of songs: Beautiful Ride, Natural Woman (by Carole King, on request of the audience) [5], Island (not shown on TV, only on tvnoir.de), Like Lovers Do, Everything Changes, Tainted Love (by Ed Cobb, Gloria Jones and Soft Cell cover), Higher Ground.
[ Full band tour, November 2 - November 29, 2011 ]
All full band autumn tour 2011 concerts (except Malmo due to techical difficulties and Weißenhäuser Strand as being a festival) could be bought from Heather Nova's official website (www.heathernova.com) as "high quality mp3 downloads" for 10 Euros each. The two shorter Crossing Border downloads from The Hague and Antwerp could be bought for 8 Euros each.

List of concerts:
November 2, 2011, Oslo, Rockefeller (Norway)
November 3, 2011, Stockholm, Göta Källare (Sweden)
November 4, 2011, Gothenburg, Trädgårn (Sweden)
November 5, 2011, Malmo, Kulturbolaget (Sweden) (not recorded)
November 6, 2011, Copenhagen, Vega (Denmark)
November 8, 2011, Warsaw, Hard Rock Cafe (Poland)
November 9, 2011, Berlin, Astra (Germany)
November 11, 2011, Leipzig, Haus Auensee (Germany)
November 12, 2011, Weißenhäuser Strand, Rolling Stone Weekender (Germany) (not recorded)
November 13, 2011, Bielefeld, Ringlokschuppen (Germany)
November 14, 2011, Cologne, E-Werk (Germany)
November 16, 2011, Mainz, Frankfurter Hof (Germany)
November 17, 2011, Eindhoven, Effenaar (Netherlands)
November 18, 2011, The Hague, Koninklijke Schouwburg (Netherlands) (Crossing Border Festival)
November 19, 2011, Antwerp, Arenberg (Belgium) (Crossing Border Festival)
November 20, 2011, Paris, Bataclan (France)
November 22, 2011, Stuttgart, Theaterhaus (Germany)
November 23, 2011, Munich, Theaterfabrik (Germany)
November 24, 2011, Vienna, WUK (Austria)
November 25, 2011, Zurich, Kaufleuten (Switzerland)
November 27, 2011, Luxembourg, Atelier (Luxembourg)
November 28, 2011, Tourcoing, Le Grand Mix (France)
November 29, 2011, London, The Scala (United Kingdom)

List of songs played during this tour (with the exception of Malmo because of unknown setlist):
From Glow Stars: no song
From Oyster: Island, Maybe An Angel, Sugar, Throwing Fire At The Sun, Walk This World
From Siren: Heart And Shoulder, London Rain, Make You Mine, Winterblue
From South: Like Lovers Do
From Storm: All I Need, Fool For You, I Wanna Be Your Light, Storm, You Left Me A Song
From Redbird: Motherland
From The Jasmine Flower: Hollow, Maybe Tomorrow, Out In New Mexico, Ride
From 300 Days At Sea: Beautiful Ride, Do Something That Scares You, Everything Changes, Higher Ground, Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow, Stay, Stop The Fire, The Good Ship Moon, Turn The Compass Round, Until The Race Is Run

If you have the setlist for Malmo, please write me at songlist@heathernova-info.com!

The concert from Eindhoven, November 17, 2011, was also a pledger-only update for the 2015 album "The Way It Feels".

For a more detailed information about which songs where played at which concert, please look at the Heather Nova Discography.
[ Taratata show, November 7, 2011 ]
For the French TV show "Taratata", Heather played two songs. The show was recorded November 7, 2011, in Paris, France, and broadcast on January 13, 2012 on the French TV channel "France 2" and on mytaratata.com. Heather played Higher Ground with full band, and also a duet of "No Surrender" (cover by Bruce Springsteen) [5] with Belgian singer Milow.
[ Acoustic tour, January 30 - March 17, 2014 ]
All acoustic winter 2014 concerts (except Den Haag, Waregem, Beringen, and Strombeek-Bever) could be bought from Heather Nova's official website (www.heathernova.com) as "high quality mp3 downloads" for 10 Euros each.

List of concerts:
January 30, 2014, Tilburg, Theaters Tilburg (Netherlands)
January 31, 2014, Heerlen, Theater Heerlen (Netherlands)
February 1, 2014, Gouda, De Goudse Schouwburg (Netherlands)
February 2, 2014, Delft, Theater de Veste (Netherlands)
February 3, 2014, Luxembourg, Robert Krieps Auditorium (Luxembourg)
February 5, 2014, Groningen, De Oosterpoort (Netherlands)
February 6, 2014, Apeldoorn, Schouwburg Orpheus (Netherlands)
February 7, 2014, Leiden, Stadsgehoorzaal Leiden (Netherlands)
February 8, 2014, Breda, Chassé Theater (Netherlands)
February 9, 2014, Hamburg, Laeiszhalle (Germany)
February 11, 2014, Berlin, Passionskirche (Germany)
February 12, 2014, Zwolle, Theater De Spiegel (Netherlands)
February 13, 2014, Den Haag, Dr. Anton Philipszaal (Netherlands) (not recorded)
February 14, 2014, Eindhoven, Muziekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven (Netherlands)
February 15, 2014, Haarlem, Stadsschouwburg Haarlem (Netherlands)
February 17, 2014, Mainz, Frankfurter Hof (Germany)
February 18, 2014, Sint Niklaas, Stadsschouwburg (Belgium)
February 19, 2014, Antwerp, De Roma (Belgium)
February 21, 2014, Waregem, CC De Schakel (Belgium) (not recorded)
February 22, 2014, Beringen, CC Casino (Belgium) (not recorded)
February 23, 2014, Strombeek-Bever, Cultureel Centrum (Belgium) (not recorded)
February 25, 2014, Leuven, Het Depot (Belgium)
February 26, 2014, Cologne, Gloria (Germany)
February 27, 2014, Beveren, Ter Vesten (Belgium)
February 28, 2014, Genk, C-Mine (Belgium)
March 1, 2014, Heist op den Berg, Zwaneberg (Belgium)
March 3, 2014, Theaterhaus 2, Stuttgart (Germany)
March 4, 2014, Enschede, Wilmink Theatre (Netherlands)
March 6, 2014, Erlangen, Redoutensaal (Germany)
March 7, 2014, Constance, Stadttheater (Germany)
March 9, 2014, Solothurn, Kulturfabrik Kofmehl (Switzerland)
March 10, 2014, Munich, Volkstheater (Germany)
March 12, 2014, Baden AG, Nordportal (Switzerland)
March 13, 2014, Schaffhausen, Kammgarn (Switzerland)
March 14, 2014, Lucerne, Konzerthaus Schüür (Switzerland)
March 15, 2014, Rubigen, Mühle Hunziken (Switzerland)
March 17, 2014, London, Union Chapel (United Kingdom)

List of songs played during this tour (with the exception of Den Haag because of unknown setlist):
From Glow Stars: no song
From Oyster: Heal, Island, Truth And Bone, Walk This World, Walking Higher
From Siren: Avalanche, Heart And Shoulder, London Rain, Paper Cup, Winterblue
From South: Like Lovers Do
From Storm: Fool For You, I Wanna Be Your Light, Storm
From Redbird: I Miss My Sky
From The Jasmine Flower: Out In New Mexico, Out On A Limb
From 300 Days At Sea: Beautiful Ride, Do Something That Scares You, Everything Changes, Higher Ground, Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow, Stay, The Good Ship Moon, Until The Race Is Run
From The Way It Feels (released in 2015): Moon River Days, Sea Change, Serengeti, Sleeping Dogs, The Archaeologist, Tree House
Other Songs: Someone New, Stars Will Be Shining

The songs "Sleeping Dogs" from Groningen, February 5, 2014, "Serengeti" from Eindhoven, February 14, 2014, "Sea Change" from St-Niklaas, February 18, 2014, and "Moon River Days" from Munich, March 10, 2014, are available on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/3296 as pledger-only update since June 1, 2015.

If you have the setlist for Den Haag, please write me at songlist@heathernova-info.com!

For a more detailed information about which songs where played at which concert, please look at the Heather Nova Discography.
[ Acoustic tour, February 16 - March 2, 2016 ]
All acoustic winter 2016 concerts (except Berlin) can be bought from Heather Nova's official website (www.heathernova.com) as "high quality mp3 downloads" for 12 Euros each.

List of concerts:
February 16, 2016, Paris, Alhambra (France)
February 17, 2016, Groningen, De Oosterport (The Netherlands)
February 18, 2016, Osnabrück, Lutherkirche (Germany)
February 19, 2016, Berlin, SchwuZ (Germany) (recorded for ARTE television)
February 21, 2016, Krefeld, Friedenskirche (Germany)
February 22, 2016, Nijmegen, Stadsschouwburg Nijmegen (The Netherlands)
February 23, 2016, Cologne, Kulturkirche (Germany)
February 24, 2016, Villingen-Schwenningen, Franziskaner Konzerthaus (Germany)
February 25, 2016, Vienna, SiMM City (Austria)
February 27, 2016, Rubigen, Mühle Hunziken (Switzerland)
February 28, 2016, Darmstadt, Centralstation (Germany)
February 29, 2016, Hallstadt, Kulturboden (Germany)
March 1, 2016, Munich, St. Matthäuskirche (Germany)
March 2, 2016, Leipzig, Haus Auensee (Germany)

List of songs played during this tour:
From Glow Stars: no song
From Oyster: Island, Sugar, Walk This World, Walking Higher
From Siren: Heart And Shoulder, London Rain, Paper Cup, Winterblue
From South: Like Lovers Do
From Storm: Fool For You, I Wanna Be Your Light
From Redbird: The Sun Will Always Rise
From The Jasmine Flower: no song
From 300 Days At Sea: no song
From The Way It Feels: Girl On The Mountain, I'm Air, Lie Down In The Bed You've Made, Moon River Days, Sea Change, Sea Glass, The Archaeologist, This Humanness, Treehouse, Women's Hands
Other Songs: Starman (with Mishka)

For a more detailed information about which songs where played at which concert, please look at the Heather Nova Discography.
[ Acoustic tour, March 30 - April 22, 2016 ]
All acoustic spring 2016 concerts can be bought from Heather Nova's official website (www.heathernova.com) as "high quality mp3 downloads" for 15 USD or 15 CAD each.

List of concerts:
March 30, 2016, Decatur, GA, Eddie's Attic (USA)
March 31, 2016, Nashville, TN, The Bluebird Cafe (USA)
April 2, 2016, Vienna, VA, Jammin Java (USA)
April 4, 2016, Annapolis, MD, Rams Head On Stage (USA)
April 5, 2016, Philadelphia, PA, Tin Angel (USA)
April 6, 2016, New York City, NY, The Cutting Room (USA)
April 7, 2016, Cambridge, MA, Club Passim (USA)
April 8, 2016, Albany, NY, The Linda (USA)
April 9, 2016, Rochester, NY, The Lovin' Cup (USA)
April 10, 2016, Toronto, ON, Hugh's Room (Canada)
April 11, 2016, Ann Arbor, MI, The Ark (USA)
April 12, 2016, Evanston, IL, S.P.A.C.E. (USA)
April 15, 2016, Portland, OR, Alberta Rose Theatre (USA)
April 16, 2016, Seattle, WA, The Triple Door (USA)
April 17, 2016, Vancouver, BC, The Biltmore Cabaret (Canada)
April 19, 2016, Berkeley, CA, Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse (USA)
April 21, 2016, Los Angeles, CA, The Hotel Café (USA) (first show)
April 22, 2016, Los Angeles, CA, The Hotel Café (USA) (second show)

List of songs played during this tour:
From Glow Stars: no song
From Oyster: Island, Sugar, Truth And Bone, Walk This World, Walking Higher
From Siren: Heart And Shoulder, London Rain, Paper Cup, Winter Blue, Heart And Shoulder
From South: Like Lovers Do
From Storm: Fool For You, I Wanna Be Your Light, Storm
From Redbird: I Miss My Sky
From The Jasmine Flower: Maybe Tomorrow
From 300 Days At Sea: Everything Changes, Until The Race Is Run
From The Way It Feels: Girl On The Mountain, I'm Air, Moon River Days, Sea Glass, The Archaeologist, This Humanness, Treehouse
Other Song: Starman (with Mishka)

For a more detailed information about which songs where played at which concert, please look at the Heather Nova Discography.

   

Notes

Songs, edits and live recordings
[1]: ... that are not on her regular releases

Songwriting
[2]: songs co-written or not written by Heather

Songs
[3]: different studio versions of some songs
[4]: different names of some songs
[5]: new songs performed live
[6]: additional lyrics live
[7]: lost songs
[8]: foreign languages

Videos
[9]: which song versions were used

Guest Appearances by Heather
[10]: Mishka: "Mishka"
[11]: ATB: "Two Worlds" / "Trilogy"
Guest Appearances by Heather
[12]: Afro Celts: "Volume 3"
[13]: Eskobar: "There's Only Now"
[14]: Bløf: "Mooie Dag # 3"
[15]: Cold City Rockers: "Something Beautiful"
[16]: Sandy Dillon: "Shoreline"
[17]: Berit Fridahl: "Stormtracks"
[18]: Mensano: myspace.com
[19]: Celtic Cross: "Hicksville"
[20]: The Recovery Position: "The Cold Silence"
[21]: Milow: "Silver Linings"
[22]: Rea Garvey: "Pride"
[23]: Amanda Temple Photography: "Into The Ether"

Guest Appearances by singers/bands
[24]: on Heather's recordings

Other songs
[25]: Remixes of Heather's songs
[26]: Songs about Heather

[ 1 ] SONGS, EDITS AND LIVE RECORDINGS THAT ARE NOT ON HER REGULAR RELEASES
There exist a lot of promo CDs with Heather's music on it. Some of these promo CDs were followed by a very similar or even equal regular release and contain nothing new. Also there are many promo CDs, which are slightly different, but the B-sides are really well-known from other CDs or the CD doesn't have any B-sides. It is not necessary to pay attention to these promo CDs in this song list. For the most detailed information about promo CDs on the Web, check out the Heather Nova Discography.

Also, there are some songs, remixes and live versions were only released online so far.

For information about her compilations, see the CD index.

For information about the Unmastered Siren and the Test Pressing Siren, see Siren.


These songs are ONLY PROMOTIONAL releases:


These promo CDs are worth to look at them closely:

  • 1993 Glow Stars (Promo, France, # 1685)

    2:56 Glow Stars (Edit)

    This edit is not the same version as on the "Glow Stars" album, since some seconds in the middle (luckily without Heather singing) were cutted out. Between the lines "...night with you" and "I touch your face" are only four seconds left.
     
  • 1995 Walk This World (Promo, USA, OSK 7222)

    3:48 Walk This World
    4:13 Walk This World (live, likely in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994)

    The first song is the normal (censored) studio version [3]. The second song is a live version of "Walk This World" with no indication of origin, as it appears also on the Japanese Walk This World single, so it is likely from the Milkyway gig. The time is noted too short as 3:56.
     
  • 1995 Heather Nova AAA Sampler (Promo, USA, OSK 7621)

    4:08 Maybe An Angel (Edit # 3)
    4:54 Truth And Bone
    4:02 Verona
    6:20 Island

    Maybe An Angel is the only "important" song of this CD, because this "edit" is the never officially released Edit # 3 [3]. (See also Maybe An Angel US-promo). The running time is incorrect for "Maybe An Angel", the cover says 3:42, but it is in fact 4:08. The three remaining songs (Truth And Bone, Verona, Island) are identical to the release on Oyster.
     
  • 1995 Maybe An Angel ("DJ-Promo", Japan, XACS 90034)

    5:08 Maybe An Angel
    3:37 Walk This World (live, likely in Japan, November 1995)
    4:18 Maybe An Angel (live, likely in Japan, November 1995)

    This promo CD contains two very interesting live versions of Walk This World and Maybe An Angel, which cannot be found on any other CD. They are performed in an acoustic style and were recorded likely at the Japanese tour in November 1995. The first song is Maybe An Angel as it appears on Oyster.
     
  • 1996 Maybe An Angel (Promo, USA, OSK 7620)

    3:50 Maybe An Angel (Edit # 2)
    4:08 Maybe An Angel (Edit # 3)
    5:34 Maybe An Angel (live in Amsterdam, December 15, 1994)

    Three different versions of the same song on this CD! [3] The "single version" is Edit # 2, the "album edit" is the only promotional Edit # 3 (see also AAA Sampler), and the third track is from the Milkyway gig!
     
  • 1999 I'm The Girl (Promo, Belgium)

    3:57 I'm The Girl (K-Klass radio edit)
    5:03 I'm The Girl (K-Klass full version)

    Two different versions of the same song on this CD! [3]
     
  • 1999 I'm The Girl (Promo, UK)

    3:55 I'm The Girl (K-Klass radio edit)
    5:01 I'm The Girl (K-Klass full version)

    Two different versions of the same song on this CD! [3]
     
  • 1999 Gloomy Sunday (Promo, Germany, RTD 199.3640.3)

    4:32 Gloomy Sunday (movie version)
    3:40 Gloomy Sunday (radio edit # 1)
    3:40 Gloomy Sunday (radio edit # 2)

    The first two versions of this song are the same as on the Gloomy Sunday single, but the radio edit # 1 is named on this promo CD "radio edit (violin intro)". The radio edit # 2 cannot be found on an "official" CD, nevertheless it is almost the same as radio edit # 1, because the only difference is that the violin at the beginning is missing (although the violin in other parts of this song is still there). This radio edit # 2 is named "radio edit" on this promo CD, but do not mix it with the so-called "radio edit" of the single, which contains radio edit # 1 (with the violin intro).
     
  • 2001 I'm No Angel (Promo, France # 1, VVR5017738P)

    3:50 I'm No Angel (single mix)
    3:58 I'm No Angel (album version)
    5:29 I'm No Angel (onlyparadise mix)

    The first two versions are well-known, see [3]. The "onlyparadise mix" is only on this promo.
     
  • 2001? I'm No Angel (Promo, France # 2)

    3:57 I'm No Angel (album version)
    3:54 I'm No Angel (new radio mix, all vocals up)

    The first song is the well-known album version, see [3]. The "new radio mix, all vocals up" is only on this promo.
     
  • 2001 Virus Of The Mind (Promo, Germany, RTD 199.3265.3)

    3:51 Virus Of The Mind (edit)

    Short version of the regular release.
     
  • 2001 Heaven Sent (Promo, France, V2 VVR5019193P)

    4:09 Heaven sent (brosio mix)

    Only minor changes of the regular release. The length is misprinted as 3:44 on the backcover.
     
  • 2002 Like Lovers Do (Promo, USA, V2DJ-27727-2)

    3:40 Like Lovers Do (edit)
    4:08 Like Lovers Do (album version)

    The edit version is just a shortened version of the album version.
     
  • 2007 Renegade (Promo, Denmark)

    4:25 Renegade (A&T Short Mix)
    6:26 Renegade (Ronski Speed Mix)
    10:15 Renegade (A&T Mix)
    3:56 Renegade (Airplay Mix)
    5:35 Renegade (album version)

    Five times the same song! The "A&T Short Mix", a shortened version of the "A&T Mix", can only be found here and on the Swedish promo.
     
  • 2007 Renegade (Promo, Sweden)

    4:25 Renegade (A&T Short Mix)
    3:56 Renegade (Original Radio Edit)

    The "Original Radio Edit" is the same as the "Airplay Mix" on other CD's. The "A&T Short Mix" can also be found on the Danish promo.
     
  • 2007 Renegade (Promo)

    3:25 Renegade (A&T Short Radio Cut)

    Most likely promotional CD release. The "A&T Short Radio Cut" is an even more shortened "A&T Short Mix". The "CD info" is wrongly given as the song "Be Mine" by Swedish artist Robyn.

These songs, remixes and live versions were ONLY RELEASED ONLINE so far:

  • All I Need (4:28, live from Groningen concert, March 19, 2006)
    (Available on iTunes as bonus track for album The Jasmine Flower.)
     
  • Call (3:37, with full band, collaboration with The Recovery Position)
    (Was available on soundcloud.com/therecoveryposition [20] since August 2011.)
     
  • Call (3:37, acoustic, collaboration with The Recovery Position)
    (Was available on soundcloud.com/therecoveryposition [20] since February 2012.)
     
  • Dancing (3:58, collaboration with Mensano)
    (Was available on myspace.com/mensano [18] since August 2006.)
     
  • Doubled Up (3:34, live from Erlangen concert, October 23, 2010)
    ("DLFMUSIC Compilation" for the David Lynch Foundation. Available on pledgemusic.com/artists/davidlynchfoundationmusic in March/April 2011 and on soundcloud.com/dlfmusic/heather-nova-doubled-up since June 8, 2011.
     
  • Earth Is My Heaven (5:15)
    (Available on Amazon as bonus track for album The Way It Feels.
    Available on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/3296 as pledger-only update since May 19, 2015.)
     
  • Every Soldier Is A Mother's Son (Nobel Peace remix) (3:48)
    (Available as "free mp3" on ilike.com/artist/Heather+Nova since January 1, 2010.)
     
  • Flowers And Blood (3:30, demo version from The Jasmine Flower period)
    (Available on pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova as pledger-only update since July 3, 2011.)
     
  • He's Spiritual (4:07)
    (Available on musicload.de/.at/.ch as bonus track for album 300 Days At Sea.)
     
  • Heart And Shoulder (unknown length, live acoustic version, unknown recording date or place)
    ("Song of Love for Japan Compilation" benefiting survivors of the crisis in Japan. Available on solfj.com from April 18-21, 2011 only.)
     
  • I See It All (4:26)
    (Available on soundcloud.com/eone-music/heather-nova-i-see-it-all since April 19, 2013.)
     
  • I Wanna Be Your Light (demo version) (3:56)
    (Available on pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova as pledger-only update since May 19, 2011.)
     
  • Motherland (4:50, demo version)
    (Available on pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova as pledger-only update since July 3, 2011.)
     
  • Over You (4:18)
    (Available on iTunes as bonus track for album 300 Days At Sea.)
     
  • Ride (3:05, live backstage from Leipzig concert, October 25, 2009)
    (Available as "detektor.fm Akustik-Session"
    at detektor.fm/musik/adventskalender-tuerchen-18-heather-nova/ since December 18, 2009.)
     
  • Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow (demo version) (4:28)
    (Available on pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova as pledger-only update since April 20, 2011.)
     
  • Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow (single edit) (3:54)
    (Available on iTunes USA and iTunes Canada as Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow single.)
     
  • Serengeti (5:18)
    (Available on iTunes as bonus track for album The Way It Feels.
    Available on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/3296 as pledger-only update since May 29, 2015.)
     
  • Stayin' Alive (3:46, live from Copenhagen concert, November 19, 2001)
    (Available on pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova as pledger-only update since April 25, 2011.)
     
  • This Body (3:55, live from Groningen concert, March 19, 2006)
    (Available on musicload.de as bonus track for album The Jasmine Flower.)
     
  • Throwing Fire At The Sun (5:04, live from Nagoya concert, November 23, 1995)
    (Available on pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova as pledger-only update since May 5, 2011.)
     
  • When The Music Stops (4:04)
    (Available on iTunes as bonus track for album 300 Days At Sea.)
     
  • You Left Me A Song (3:55, live from Groningen concert, March 19, 2006)
    (Available on musicload.de as bonus track for album The Jasmine Flower.)
     
The singles Welcome, Higher Ground, Beautiful Ride, Save A Little Peace Of Tomorrow, Sea Glass, and Girl On The Mountain were released download-only or on promotional CD's.

The song Higher Ground (Waves Of Sound version) was released both online and on promotional CD's.

The song Drive Away (4:00, demo version from the South period) was available on pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova as pledger-only update since July 3, 2011 and was released in the meanwhile on the Beautiful Ride download-only single.

The concert from Eindhoven, November 17, 2011, is also available on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/3296 since Februay 24, 2015 and pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova since Februay 23, 2015 as a pledger-only update. The setlist: Everything Changes (3:35), Heart And Shoulder (4:45), Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow (5:46), Like Lovers Do (4:27), Island (5:28), All I Need (4:48), Turn The Compass Round (3:58), Winterblue (7:18), The Good Ship "Moon" (5:00), Ride (3:53), I Wanna Be Your Light (4:37), Do Something That Scares You (4:39), Higher Ground (5:23), London Rain (4:00), Until The Race Is Run (4:23), Beautiful Ride (4:24), Make You Mine (7:45), Fool For You (5:32), Walk This World (5:32), Sugar (8:21).

The demos for "The Way It Feels" are available on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/3296 as pledger-only update since June 1, 2015. They consist of: 1. Treehouse (demo, 3:53), 2. Sea Glass (demo, 3:49), 3. The Archaeologist (demo, 3:59), 4. Girl On The Mountain (demo, 4:30), 5. Lie Down In The Bed You've Made (demo, 3:29), 6. On My Radar (demo, 4:49), 7. Sleeping Dogs (live from Groningen, February 5, 2014, 4:36), 8. Sea Change (live from St-Niklaas, February 18, 2014, 3:51), 9. This Humanness (demo, 3:51), 10. I'm Air (demo, 4:05), 11. Women's Hands (demo, 4:43), 12. Moon River Days (live from Munich, March 10, 2014, 5:11), 13. Earth Is My Heaven (demo, 4:16), 14. Serengeti (live from Eindhoven, February 14, 2014, 5:39).
[ 2 ] SONGWRITING - SONGS CO-WRITTEN OR NOT WRITTEN BY HEATHER
These songs are co-written by Heather:
song                     written by
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
All That Matters         Rea Garvey and Heather Nova
Believe In Angels        Graeme Revell and Heather Nova
Blind                    Heather Nova and M Glover (Youth)
Dancing                  Mirko v.Schlieffen (mus.) / Heather Nova (ly.)
Feel You Like A River    André Tanneberger and Heather Nova
Go On Through            Simon Emmerson,James McNally,Iarla Ó'Lionáird,
                         Martin Russell,Heather Nova
I'm No Angel             Heather Nova and Bernard Butler
Love Will Find You       André Tanneberger and Heather Nova
Made Of Glass            André Tanneberger and Heather Nova
Mooie Dag                Peter Slager (Dutch) / Heather Nova (English)
Over You                 Heather Nova and Will Foster
Renegade                 André Tanneberger and Heather Nova
Sail On                  Heather Nova (music) / A. John Frith (lyrics)
Someone New              R. Birming, D. Bellqvist, H. Nova, F. Zäll
Something Beautiful      David Ayers,Felix Tod,Heather Frith,S.Prudent
Stars Come Out           André Tanneberger and Heather Nova
The Loneliest Girl...    Jonathan Vandenbroeck (Milow) and Heather Nova
Welcome                  Dido Armstrong,Danny Campbell and Heather Nova
These songs are not written by Heather, but she sings on the original release:
song                     written by        first album release     year
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Bring A Man Down         Mishka            Mishka                  1999
Here Amongst The Stones  Mishka            Give You All The Love   1999
Leaving For London       Berit Fridahl     Stormtracks             2004
Lonely                   Mishka            Mishka                  1999
One True                 Mishka            Mishka                  1999
Shoreline                Sandy Dillon      Nobody's sweetheart     2003
Still Got Love           Mishka            Mishka                  1999
Straight For The Jigg.   Youth et al       Hicksville remastered   2009      
These songs are not written by Heather, and she covered the songs:
song                     written by        first album release     year
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Because                  Lennon/McCartney  Abbey Road              1969
Don't Let Me Down        Lennon/McCartney  Get Back (single)       1969
Gloomy Sunday            Seress/Jàvor      -                       1935
Hine E Hine              Te Rangi Pai      Pure (Hayley Westenra)  2003
I Have The Touch         Peter Gabriel     IV (Security)           1982
I'm On Fire              Bruce Springsteen Born In The U.S.A.      1984
Jealous Guy              Lennon            Imagine                 1971
Like A Hurricane         Neil Young        American Stars'n Bars   1977
Losing My Mind           Stephen Sondheim  Follies (musical)       1971
Many Rivers To Cross     Jimmy Cliff       The Harder They Come    1972
Natural Woman            King/Goffin       (single by Ar. Franklin)1967
No Surrender             Bruce Springsteen Born In The U.S.A.      1984
Norwegian Wood           Lennon/McCartney  Rubber Soul             1965
One Love                 Bob Marley        Exodus                  1977
Redemption Song          Bob Marley        Uprising                1980
Ship Song                Nick Cave         The Good Son            1990
Starman                  David Bowie       The Rise And Fall...    1972
Stars Will Be Shining    Mishka            Talk About              2010
Stayin' Alive            The Bee Gees      Saturday Night Fever    1977
Straight To Hell         The Clash         Combat Rock             1982
Summertime               Gershwin/Heyward  Porgy and Bess (opera)  1935
Tainted Love             Ed Cobb           (single by Gloria Jones)1964
The Phantom Of The Opera Webber/Hart et al Phantom Opera (musical) 1986
Three Little Birds       Bob Marley        Exodus                  1977
We Can Work It Out       Lennon/McCartney  "Yesterday"...And Today 1966 
What's Going On          Gaye et al        What's Going On         1971
Wicked Game              Chris Isaak       Heart Shaped World      1989
Heather used in her songs excerpts [6] from:
song                     written by        first album release     year
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
All Of Me                Simons/Marks      -                       1931
Blue                     Joni Mitchell     Blue                    1971
I Can't Stand It         Lou Reed          Lou Reed                1972
Ich Will                 Rammstein         Mutter                  2002
Moon River               Mercer/Mancini    -                       1961
Paint It Black           Jagger/Richards   Aftermath (US)          1966
Sugar                    Levine et al.     V                       2014
The Boys Of Summer       Henley/Campbell   Building The Perf.Beast 1984
The duet All That Matters was written by "Rea Garvey and Heather Nova" and is sung by both.

The songwriting for Believe In Angels is credited to "Graeme Revell and Heather Nova". It is performed by "Heather Nova and Graeme Revell" and had been released on the European version of the soundtrack for part 2 of the movie The Crow - City of Angels. In the USA it can be found on the musical score CD of part 2 and not on the soundtrack for reasons whatsoever. There is a song called "Believe In Angels" on the score CD of the first part of The Crow. It is 3:31 minutes long, composed only by Graeme Revell, and a totally different song in a slow classical-pop style with no lyrics.

The songwriting for Blind is credited to "Heather Nova and M Glover". The full name of "M Glover" is Martin Glover also known as Youth. Youth is bass player of the band Killing Joke. He produced songs on Oyster and on Siren. Additionaly, he played some bass and lead guitar on these albums.

Gloomy Sunday was composed in pre-war Hungary in the Thirties. The music is by the piano player Rezsò Seress, while the words are by Laszlò Jàvor, the English lyrics are by Sam M. Lewis, and not by Bill Holman, as credited. This song became known as the "hymn of suicides" and had been covered throughout the years by many artists. The original Hungarian title is "szomorú vasárnap".

The co-author of I'm No Angel is Bernard Butler, former Suede guitarist and solo artist.

Heather had to change the lyrics of I'm On Fire more than carefully into her female view. So the original lyrics "Hey little girl is your daddy home, did he go away and leave you all alone? ... Tell me now baby is he good to you, can do to you the things that I do" were replaced by "Hey little boy is your mother home, did she go and leave you all alone ... Tell me now baby is she good to you, does she do to you the things I don't do". Heather Nova performed "I'm On Fire" together with Sarah McLachlan at the Lilith Fair Festival in July 1998.

Jimmy Cliff's Many Rivers To Cross lyrics "My woman left and she didn't say why..." was changed into "My man he left me and he wouldn't say why..."

Heather's song Moon River Days is a reminiscence to the famous song "Moon River", composed by Johnny Mercer (lyrics) and Henry Mancini (music) in 1961. It was originally sung in the movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's" by Audrey Hepburn, and has since been covered by many other artists, for example Andy Williams. The song won the 1961 Academy Award for Best Original Song and the 1962 Grammy Award for Record of the Year. The line "moon river, wider than a mile, I'm crossing you in style, someday", including its melody, was also part of Heather's song as performed live on her 2014 tour. On "The Way It Feels", there is only the melody, hummed by Heather.

In the John Lennon cover Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown), the perspective was also changed from male to female.

Heather's former guitarist Will Foster is credited as co-author and co-composer for the song Over You.

The song Sail On is a poem by Heather's father A. John Frith, while Heather composed the music.

The song Someone New is credited to Robert Birming, Daniel Bellqvist, Fredrik Zäll (all from Eskobar), and Heather Nova.

Heather is credited for the song Something Beautiful. It is unclear if she wrote lyrics or music, or just sing background vocals. The label uses her real name "Heather Frith".

In memory of David Bowie, Heather and Mishka performed together David Bowie cover Starman during the European winter tour 2016, in Decatur, GA, on the American spring tour 2016, and in Hamilton, Bermuda, in 2016.

Heather and Mishka often performed together Mishka's song Stars Will Be Shining during the winter tour 2014.

Straight For The Jiggular (Crystal Journey Mix) written by Youth (= Martin Glover), Simon Posford and Chester, mixed by Youth, Simon Posford, Greg Hunter.

Straight To Hell is declared as a collaboration "Moby featuring Heather Nova", "recorded and produced by Moby", but performed only by Heather.

Sugar is a song performed by Maroon 5.

Tainted Love is also famous in the version by "Soft Cell". Heather sings "I give you all a girl can give you".

The Loneliest Girl In The World is a song by Belgian singer Jonathan Vandenbroeck (Milow). Words and music by Milow and Heather Nova.

Dido Armstrong, co-writer for Welcome, is well-known as "Dido" and from "Faithless".
[ 3 ] SONGS - DIFFERENT STUDIO VERSIONS OF SOME SONGS
Some songs have more than one studio version, or sometimes it just seems to be. This list explains the differences:
  • Aquamarine

    DJ Chris Coco made a "Chris Coco's Balearica Mix" of Heather's song "Aquamarine" on Base Ibiza Records. It was played before the 2004 summer gigs by Heather. There is also a one track promo single out. The fall 2010 acoustic performance by Heather was based on the Chris Coco remix. [25]

  • Beautiful Ride

    There is the album version (4:26) and the radio edit (3:44). The radio edit does not have 36 seconds of musical opening, but instead launches into the lyrics after only a single beat of music. Also, there is an edit of the ending and removed about 6-7 seconds in the middle of the long ending (4:00-4:07) where Heather sings variations of "It's a beautiful ride".

  • Believe In Angels

    We have two different versions: On the original score version (5:46), guitars are for example generally enhanced throughout the song, while on the soundtrack version (5:28) guitars are more 'contained' and the first 17 seconds of the orchestra/strings intro are missing. Both versions vary very much.

  • Doubled Up

    Although the length of "Doubled Up" is either 4:13 or 3:39 on the various versions of Oyster, it is the same track! The reason is that the long version just contains also the yes/no track. See Oyster for details.

  • Every Soldier Is A Mother's Son

    The 3:14 version is on The Jasmine Flower. The "Nobel Peace remix" (3:48) [25] contains slightly different lyrics, an additional line: "All in the name of our country, all in the name of our pride, but what is left of a country, when all its children have died?" and was released by Heather on ilike.com/artist/Heather+Nova on January 1, 2010.

  • Gloomy Sunday

    The German Gloomy Sunday single has both the movie version (4:31) and also the shortened radio edit # 1 (3:40), which was chosen for the video clip [9]. The radio edit # 2 (3:40) is only on the promotional German Gloomy Sunday Promo, please see the notes about this edit in [1]. The album version (4:09) is the same as the movie version on the Gloomy Sunday single, but faded out earlier, and in a slightly different manner.

  • Glow Stars

    The shortened edit (2:56) of the album version (3:07) is only on the French Glow Stars Promo, please see the notes about this edit in [1].

  • Go On Through

    Both versions (8:03 on Afro Celt's "Volume 3" record and 7:13 on Afro Celt's "Capture 1995-2010" compilation) are the same, the shorter version is just fading out earlier.

  • Heart And Shoulder

    The album version (4:00) is on Siren and on every Heart And Shoulder single. It was used for the video clip [9]. The acoustic version (3:51), which was recorded independently only with Heather's voice, guitar, and Nadia's cello is on most of these singles.

  • Heaven Sent

    The album version (4:14) is on Siren and the "brosio mix" (3:44) is only promotional [1] [25].

  • Higher Ground

    The single version (3:46) is just shorter than the album version (4:20). Actually, the parts in 0:07-0:13, 2:46-3:00, 3:57-4:10 are missing in the single version. The Waves Of Sound version (4:10) on the Waves Of Sound sampler is acoustically, the single and album versions on the album 300 Days At Sea and on the Higher Ground single are with full band.

  • I Wanna Be Your Light

    The album version (4:16) can be found on the album Storm, while an early demo version (3:56) of the song was exclusively uploaded on May 20, 2011, for the pledgers of the new album on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova.

  • I'm No Angel

    The single mix (3:50) on the I'm No Angel single is slightly shorter and has less sound effects than the South album version (3:58). The onlyparadise mix (5:29) is a house club mix by French project "Only Paradise" and appears only on the French I'm No Angel Promo # 1. The new album mix, new vocals up (3:54) appears only on the French I'm No Angel Promo # 2. [25]

  • I'm The Girl

    The radio edit (3:45) is just a shortened version of the Siren album track (5:23). The so called "K-Klass Extended Remix" (4:48) is no new recording, too, because it is based on the same Siren track, but it was remixed by "K-Klass" and there is an additional keyboard on it. Both songs are only on the Dutch I'm The Girl single. There is also a "K-Klass Radio Edit" (3:55) and a "K-Klass Full Version" (5:01) on Belgium I'm The Girl promo and on UK I'm The Girl promo. Both songs are very similar to the "K-Klass Extended Remix", just shorter or longer. [25]

  • Let's Not Talk About Love

    In contrast to the Storm release in other countries, the French Storm contains a special version of the song "Let's Not Talk About Love". Some lyrics are translated into French (and so does Heather sing), and the song is a duet with Heather and French singer Benjamin Biolay. The length of the two versions is the same (3:19).

  • Lie Down In The Bed You've Made

    The album version (3:34) starts with the lyrics "Lie Down In The Bed You've Made" and it is repeated twelve times. The Whistle Back remix (3:38) has more ambient music, starts with "Lie down in the summer grass", and the lyrics "Lie Down In The Bed You've Made" are mentioned only three times at the end of the song.

  • Like Lovers Do

    The album version (4:14) is on South and the German Virus Of The Mind single. The "edit" (3:40) is only promotional [1], has a shortened intro and a shortened bridge.

  • London Rain

    The album version (3:52) is on Siren and on every London Rain single. It was used for the video clips [9]. The acoustic version (3:57), which was recorded independently only with Heather's voice, guitar, and Nadia's cello is on most of these singles.

  • Maybe An Angel

    There would be a lot of studio versions of Maybe An Angel if we trust the running times as printed on the CD covers. But the running times are often printed incorrectly (Maybe An Angel US-promo just as Walk This World US-promo) and so we have the following studio versions:
    - album version:  5:08 Oyster
    - single edit #1: 4:02 MaA-Australia, MaA-Germany, MaA-UK single
    - single edit #2: 3:52 MaA-Japan, MaA-US-promo
    - single edit #3: 4:08 AAA sampler, MaA-US-promo
    
    The running times may vary about some seconds on different CDs. The cover of the AAA Sampler even says 3:42 for the edit # 3, but in fact it is 4:08. The edits # 2 and # 3 have the full intro lyrics with "And when you said that you were dead I hung on". But the volume of the guitar had been decreased during the first verse ("I can't see very far" through "I hung on"). The edits # 1 and # 3 have the guitar solo between "maybe you could have been" and "see how the run". Edit # 3 has never been released officially. The music from the two video clips [9] were taken from edit # 1 (European version) and edit # 2 (US version).

    Other studio releases of this song:
    - Undertow Mix:     4:05 MaA-Australia, MaA-UK single
    - Acoustic at GLR:  4:33 Volume 13, Supernova #2
    
    The Undertow mix of Maybe An Angel is more than a mix! It is a completely new studio work, much faster and up-beated than the Oyster version! Even Heather's vocal part was recorded again. [25]

    The GLR version is an acoustic performance without audience noise.

  • Motherland

    The length of this song normally is 4:25, but in the demo version (4:50, available on pledgemusic.com), there is an extra verse: "And how can I be there for every fall? And how can I be strong enough at all? I'm living, I'm living for you. I'm living, mmm, I'm living for you."

  • Norwegian Wood

    The version on the Lennon Bermuda sampler is 2:23 long and contains a humming in the middle. Heather Nova's "Norwegian Wood" premiered on February 18, 2012, on BBC Radio Merseyside, in the show "On The Beat". The version played on radio is just 2:03 long, contains no humming, and wasn't released on CD.

  • Not Only Human

    The length of this song normally is 5:04, but if the Siren copy has bonus tracks there is an approximately 3 minute silence after this song, so it total length is given as 8:07 or even 8:09, although it is the same track.

  • One Day In June

    The River Of Life single "home demo" version (4:21) is recorded just with Heather and her acoustic guitar, different to the Storm album version (4:32) recorded with her studio band.

  • Renegade

    There are six versions of Renegade. On the album "Trilogy" [11], there is the "album version" (5:36). On the single "Renegade", there is the shortened "airplay mix" (3:56), the very long "A&T Mix" (10:15) by André Tanneberger, and the "Ronski Speed Remix", remixed by Ronski Speed and Rough Mullar. The "airplay mix" is not on the vinyl version of the single. The "A&T Mix" and the "Ronski Speed Remix" are dance versions of this song. On the Danish Promo of Renegade, all these versions can be found, plus an additional "A&T Short Mix" (4:25), which is a shortened version of the "A&T Mix", . On the Promo of Renegade, there is an "A&T Short Radio Cut" (3:25), which is an even more shortened "A&T Short Mix". In fact, compared to the "A&T Short Mix", the "A&T Short Radio Cut" was cut at 2:24 - 3:07, 4:03 - 4:18, and 4:22 - 4:25 minutes, making the difference exactly one minute. [25] There are video clips for both the "airplay mix" and the "A&T Short Mix".

  • River Of Life

    There is a 3:21 version on the Storm album and on the River Of Life single. The "clean version" is also 3:21 long and is on the Oorgasm 14 sampler. It seems that there are no differences to the standard version.

  • Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow

    The album version (4:56) can be found on the album 300 Days At Sea, while an early demo version (4:28) of the song was exclusively uploaded on April 20, 2011, for the pledgers of the new album on http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/heathernova. The single edit (3:54) on the Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow single is the same as the album version, cutting out the minutes 0:00-0:07, 3:35-4:26, 4:50-4:56.

  • Someone New

    Eskobar recorded two versions of this song: one with Heather, and the other with "Natural High", a Japanese band, which is on the Japanese albums and singles. Also there are two remixes of Heather's version on the second edition of "MB EDITS", a special vinyl only limited edition series of edits. The first is by Swedish electronic disc jockeys Copycat & Martin Brodin (5:18) and the second by Danish house disc jockey Cemetary (9:32). [25]

  • Tested

    The South album version (3:26) contains an acoustic version whereas the I'm No Angel single contains a full band version (3:56)

  • Truth And Bone

    The single version of Truth And Bone is different to the one released on Oyster (4:52). This alternative version (4:03) had been recorded in Nashville sometime in 1995/96 with a completely different band. There is even no cello on this song! The video [9] for "Truth And Bone" is based on this alternative version.

  • Verona

    Although the length of "Verona" is either 4:33 or 4:01 on the various versions of Oyster, it is the same track! The reason is that the long version just contains also the yes/no track. See Oyster for details.

  • Virus Of The Mind

    The edit (3:51) on the German Virus Of The Mind Promo is just a shortened version with earlier fade out of the regular release on South (4:13).

  • Walk This World

    Strictly speaking we have three different versions of the song "Walk This World".

    The lyrics of Walk This World (3:50) originally contain the "fuck" word. But on the Walk This World US-promo, the European and Australian single release of Walk This World and on the version on the Australian Maybe An Angel, Heather sings "sucked in". It seems that these two words were taken from an earlier point of this verse. The US and the European/Australian versions of Oyster are both uncensored, as well as the version on the Japanese 3-track Walk This World. The video clip [9] for the song is censored, and sometimes also the printed lyrics are censored.

    The third version is the so called "acoustic mix" (3:54). It is uncensored.

  • Welcome

    The album version (4:18 or 4:21) is on Redbird, some versions of South and on the Welcome single. The radio version (3:33) is only on the Welcome single, with minor changes, like extra guitar and vocals, but with a shorter end and a missing quieter section.

  • For information about the different song versions on the Unmastered Siren and the Test Pressing Siren, see Siren.
[ 4 ] SONGS - DIFFERENT NAMES OF SOME SONGS
Some songs are known under another song title, too:
  • Bermuda Sloop Song

    The song Together As One was originally named "Bermuda Sloop Song".

  • Blessed By You

    The song Tested was first called "Blessed By You" and played this way on the Wonderlust tour 2000.

  • Fruit

    The first promo CDs for Siren were released in a cardboard cover where the song What A Feeling was firstly announced as "Fruit". This is also the "legal title" for this song. Later, the name changed into What A Feeling (Fruit) on the Test Pressing Siren, the US advanced promo CDs and German promo CDs of Siren, but on the official release it is called "What A Feeling". The old title refers to the lyrics "Now's the time when this will turn to fruit..." "What A Feeling" named as "Fruit" can also be found on the "Unmastered Siren" CD. For information about the Unmastered Siren, see Siren.

  • Habit

    The song Heal is called "Habit" on a Oyster test pressing by Whitfield Recording Studios, dated June 27th, 1994.

  • I Miss My Sky

    The song I Miss My Sky (Amelia Earhart's Last Days) is commonly shortened as "I Miss My Sky".

  • Keep Me (London Rain)

    The song London Rain was released in France both on Siren and the Best Issue 1 sampler as "Keep Me (London Rain)" while as London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do) elsewhere. There is also a "Keep Me (London Rain)" promotional CD in France.

  • Moon

    This is just short for the song The Good Ship 'Moon' from 300 Days At Sea.

There are also some typos on Heather's records: on a "Oyster and Live From The Milky Way" double CD the song "Talking To Strangers" on Milky Way is misspelt "Walking To Strangers". The song "Heart And Shoulder" is misspelt on the "Test Pressing Siren" as "Heart & Soulder". The song "Fool For You" is misspelt on the "Live From The Union Chapel DVD" in Germany as "Food For You". Also, "Wicked Game" is misspelt as "Wicked Games" on the "Oui FM Rock Acoustic" sampler.
[ 5 ] SONGS - NEW SONGS PERFORMED LIVE
Some Oyster song have been in Heather's live repertory before the Oyster studio versions were being recorded, for example on Blow the songs Light Years, Sugar, Maybe An Angel, and Doubled Up, or one or another song in radio interviews, like Walking Higher, months before the recording sessions took place.

The live version of Heart And Shoulder had been performed for the first time on the Hamburg concert on March 2, 1996, two years before the album Siren saw the light of day. Not Only Human was the second new song that could have been performed at the same concert, because it was on the written setlist, but Heather played "Ear To The Ground" instead. "Heart And Shoulder" had been performed several times since then, but "Not Only Human" remained unheard until the release of Siren. For more detailed info about this concert, please go to the Hamburg annotations.

During Lilith Fair 1998, Heather joined Sarah McLachlan, Bonnie Raitt, Tracy Bonham, Natalie Merchant, and others on the main stage for the final song of the night, singing What's Going On (by Marvin Gaye) altogether.

On the Wonderlust tour 2000 Heather played four songs which were not released at that time: Only Love (released on South as It's Only Love), No Angel (released on South as I'm No Angel), Blessed By You (released on South as Tested), and a song called Drive Away (demo version finally released on pledgemusic.com [1] as pledger-only update in 2011 and on the "Beautiful Ride" single).

The song Stayin' Alive by The Bee Gees was covered by Heather several times on tour in 2001/2002. Her version sung in Copenhagen on November 19, 2001, was released on pledgemusic.com [1] as pledger-only update in 2011.

Heather performed two new songs at the Crossing Border Festival on November 8, 2002 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, during her "the sorrowjoy" reading. Drink It In is now released on Storm. The other untitled song from Crossing Border ("I walked along the shore today, stood lookin' out across the bay...") has not been released yet, but was played a few times during the autumn tour 2010 again.

Heather's song Together As One (formerly knows as "Bermuda Sloop Song") was first performed on May 14, 2005 on Bermuda, as a duet with native Bermudian David Roache. This performance was filmed and taken for the Together As One video clip. She also sang Bob Marley's Redemption Song at this event.

At the "Save The Gardens" party in the Botanical Gardens in Bermuda on November 19, 2006, Heather played a five-song set, including "Motherland". And the end of the party, Heather returned together with violin player Taylor Rankin, Joy T. Barnum and Thaao Dill, Olybhosh, Val Wallace and Ras Giorgis on stage, and all the performers sung Bob Marley's Three Little Birds.

In Haldern on July 9, 2010, Heather has played the three songs Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow, Turn The Compass Round, and Everything Changes for the first time. At Bospop Festival on July 10, 2010, and at Les Ardentes Festival on July 11, 2010, the song "Save A Little Piece Of Tomorrow" was also played. In Hasselt on October 1, 2010, the song Burning To Love debuted. All four songs were often performed at the autumn tour 2010. In Utrecht at 2 Meter Sessies on May 22, 2011, the songs Beautiful Ride and Higher Ground were played for the first time. In Saarbrücken on May 26, 2011, at SR1 Unplugged, the song Stop The Fire premiered. All these seven songs are on the 2011 album 300 Days At Sea.

In Delft on October 2, 2010, also in Zwolle on October 4, 2010, and in Alkmaar on October 6, 2010, Heather sang the song Tainted Love (cover from Gloria Jones and Soft Cell). She also sang the song at the German tv show "TV Noir", recorded June 5, 2011 in Berlin and aired July 8, 2011 on tv channel "zdf.kultur".

In the German tv show "TV Noir", recorded June 5, 2011, in Berlin, broadcast June 17, 2011 on zdf.kultur and on tvnoir.de, Heather sung by request of the audience Natural Woman, a song originally written by Carole King. During the French tv show "Taratata", recorded November 7, 2011, in Paris, broadcast January 13, 2012 on France 2 and on mytaratata.com, Heather sung No Surrender, a song originally written by Bruce Springsteen, with Belgian singer Milow. None of these performences are released on CD or elsewhere.

On the first John Lennon tribute concert on September 21, 2012, the John Lennon song Norwegian Wood was performed by Heather and her niece Julia Frith. Also, she sang together with her cousins Jonathan and Christina Frith (as "The Von Friths") the John Lennon song Because.

During the event "The Art of Music Series - Reinterpreting the Biennial Exhibition" on November 23, 2012 at the Bermuda National Gallery, Heather Nova re-interpreted Jacqueline Alma's painting "Shallow Waters" of a young, black Bermudian man. Heather Nova's song I See It All was an emotional response to the painting. This song was released on soundcloud.com on April 19, 2013.

On the second John Lennon tribute concert on September 21, 2013, Heather performed the John Lennon songs Jealous Guy (as "Jealous Girl") and Don't Let Me Down.

Heather performed six new own songs at the acoustic winter tour 2014. The world premiere of these songs were: Tree House in Tilburg on January 30, 2014. Sleeping Dogs in Heerlen on January 31, 2014. Serengeti in Delft on February 2, 2014. Sea Change in Luxembourg on February 3, 2014. The Archaeologist in Mainz on February 17, 2014. Moon River Days in Erlangen on March 6, 2014. Also she sung Sea Glass and Lie Down In The Bed You've Made for the first time in Zermatt on April 15, 2015, and On My Radar and I'm Air in Berlin on April 20, 2015. All these songs are on the 2015 album The Way It Feels, with "Serengeti" as iTunes and Pledge bonus song only.

Also she performed together with Mishka his song Stars Will Be Shining, the first time in Groningen on February 5, 2014. During the autumn 2015 tour she sung with Mishka his song Still Got Love. During the European winter 2016 tour she sung with Mishka the David Bowie cover Starman, the first time in Groningen on February 17, 2016, in Decatur, GA, on March 30, 2016, and in Hamilton, Bermuda, on May 28, 2016.

She also performed in the past One Love by Bob Marley (New Year's Eve 2000 in Bermuda, December 31, 1999), The Phantom Of The Opera (taken from musical "The Phantom Of The Opera", music: Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics: Charles Hart, Richard Stilgoe; sung as a duet with Midge Ure, at a charity gala in Cardiff, October 20, 2001), Losing My Mind (taken from musical "Follies", music and lyrics: Stephen Sondheim, sung at the same charity gala in Cardiff), Hine E Hine (a Maori song, meaning "little one", by Hayley Westenra, a singer from New Zealand; performed with Hayley Westenra and Greek tenor Mario Frangoulis at an UNICEF gala, November 23, 2004 in London), and Summertime (taken from the opera "Porgy and Bess", music: George Gershwin, lyrics: DuBose Heyward) performed together with the "Ronnie Scott's All Stars" (James Pearson on piano and Chris Higginbottom on drums), Taylor Rankin on violin, and Arnulf Lindner on bass, on Mont Cervin Palace in Zermatt, April 15, 2015.
[ 6 ] SONGS - ADDITIONAL LYRICS LIVE
Heather's live songs are alive. On tour, such songs got for example some additional lyrics. Listen to Siren and Wonderlust and you will hear the difference on "Winterblue" and "I'm The Girl".

At the end of Winterblue on Wonderlust, Heather often changed mood and style and she slid into the beginning of Joni Mitchell's "Blue" with the lyrics: "Blue, songs are like tattoos, you know I've been to sea before". The song "Blue" was first released on the 1971 album "Blue". Heather often heard it in her childhood and she said about the album: "When I was about nine, I was obsessed with this and knew all the lyrics. I don't know what I was relating to because, aged nine, I don't think you can really understand all the sexuality that's going on. I think it was part fantasy that I liked in this. I always put it on when I'm kinda stressed. Music can bring you back and anything that can bring me back to childhood is calming." (taken from an interview with Heather in the booklet of the Volume # 14 CD).

Another hero for Heather is Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. This woman had a desperate life, but she had enough power to manage it, so Heather feels deeply connected with Frida and other women, what I'm The Girl is about. The additional lyrics on Wonderlust are: "Every ruby lips, every silver line, got Frida Kahlo blood sometimes, through my arteries, like veins, I feel free. Every, every exhalation in mine, indecision in mine, solarplexus in mine, every pleasure in me, every fire at all, every moon, every day!" On other concerts maybe you heard something like that: "I feel her heartbeat in mine... every memory, every fire, everything". Besides, the photograph on the back of the European Oyster was done after Frida Kahlo's painting 'Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird' (1940).

After the end of Maybe An Angel on the "Supernova" bootleg of the acoustic Hamburg gig in 1996, Heather asked the people "What do you want?", and the wishes ranged from "Sugar" to ... "All Of Me" (instead of "All The Way") ! Heather knew there's an old jazz and swing tune called "All Of Me" written by Seymour Simons (lyrics) and Gerald Marks (music) and performed by many artists like Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra or even Louis Armstrong. Heather sang the first lines "All of me, why not take all of me...".

On Blow, Heather sang slightly different lyrics in Maybe An Angel, and also an extra verse in Shaking The Doll.

Heather uses some additional lines also in Blue Black. She sings for example on the 1995 Japanese tour and after that always "I can't stand it any more more". This is a line from Lou Reed's "I Can't Stand It" from 1972, later with his band "The Velvet Underground".

In Düsseldorf 2002, Heather added a line to the song Walk This World. She has sung: "Yeah, all along the desert plains, on the wide Sierra, in the blue mountains, through the valleys to the Himalayas, and the Black Forest to the Red Sea, and all the rivers running, oh, won't you come walk this world with me" right after the instrumental break.

During the summer tour 2002, Heather added to the song Sugar a line partly in German: "we wanna see your hands - Ich will eure Hände sehen!", which is an excerpt of the song "Ich Will" by German band Rammstein.

Also during the same summer tour, in Tilburg on June 26, 2002, Heather sang this line to the melody of Sugar, right at the beginning of the song: "well, sometimes you can remember the exact moment when everything has changed forever, like a freeze-frame, you remember the light, the way it hits the buildings, the smell of the air, the taste inside your mouth."

In fall 2005, Heather started at her concerts the song Redbird with the Ruby Red intro: "I got a ruby red desire, I got to hear the red bird sing".

At the concerts in 2008, Heather added to Winterblue the line "I can tell you, my love for you will still be strong, after the boys of summer have gone" from the song "The Boys Of Summer" by Don Henley.

During the summer concerts in 2009, Heather added to Winterblue the line "I see a red door and I want it painted black", the opening line from the song "Paint It Black" by The Rolling Stones.

In Hasselt on October 1, 2010, she added a few lines from Ear To The Ground to Looking For The Light.

During the winter tour 2014, she included some lines about water, horizons, clouds, stars, and blue skies to Winterblue. Similar in Tel Aviv 2015.

Heather has included into her song Sugar a few lines from Maroon 5's song "Sugar" during the autumn 2015 tour, the European winter 2016 tour (except Villingen-Schwenningen, Rubigen, Darmstadt, and Munich), and in Bermuda on September 30, 2016.

During the "A Summer's Tale" festival on August 10, 2016, Heather ended the song Winterblue with the line "my yellow summer, the summer, the summer's tale".

In the lyrics of London Rain, Heather often includes the location name, for example she sang one time the line "nothing falls like Gampel rain" instead of "nothing falls like London rain" during the Gampel Festival in Switzerland on August 16, 2003, "nothing falls like Austrian rain" during the Acoustic Lakeside Festival in Austria on July 21, 2012, "nothing falls like Boston rain" during the concert in Cambridge, MA, on April 7, 2016. She changed the song name into "Leiden Rain" at the concert in Leiden on February 7, 2014.

Also, she included poems from her book "The Sorrowjoy" into the song Verona and excerpts from "this is the colour" into Winterblue during the tours in 2001, 2002, and fall 2011. At least one poem ("the city slept and the lilies bloomed") that hasn't find its way into "Sorrowjoy" has also be recited, in Berlin (August 23, 2001).
[ 7 ] SONGS - LOST SONGS
This song was recorded, but never released:
  • Heather has contributed vocals on some songs for a never released album by Pearl Lowe (the wife of Danny Goffey from Supergrass), produced by Felix Tod.
[ 8 ] SONGS - FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Heather sings in foreign languages:
  • French

    Heather sings some lines in French together with Benjamin Biolay on the song "Let's Not Talk About Love" in the duet version on the French Storm.

  • German

    During the summer tour 2002, Heather added to the song "Sugar" a line partly in German: "we wanna see your hands - Wir wollen eure Hände sehen!", which is an excerpt of the song "Ich Will" from album "Mutter" by German band "Rammstein".

In the song "Mooie Dag / Beautiful Day" by Heather and Bløf, Peter Slager sings in Dutch. In the song "Go On Through" by Afro Celt Sound System, Pina Kollars sings in English and Iarla Ó'Lionáird sings in Gaelic language, but Heather does not sing at all.
[ 9 ] VIDEOS - WHICH SONG VERSIONS WERE USED
The videos are based on these song versions:
  • Always Christmas

    There's only one version of this song.

  • Done Drifting

    There's only one version of this song.

  • Drink It In

    There's only one version of this song.

  • Girl On The Mountain

    Album version of this song.

  • Gloomy Sunday

    We hear in this video clip the radio edit # 1 of the song, that is with the violin intro, see [3].

  • Heart And Shoulder

    The music for this video clip was taken from the album version of the song, see [3].

  • Higher Ground

    The video clip is based on the single version, see [3].

  • I'm No Angel

    The video clip is based on the single version, see [3].

  • Lie Down In The Bed You've Made

    Album version of this song.

  • London Rain

    Both video clips use the album version of the song, see [3].

  • Maybe An Angel

    There are two versions of this music video, one is based on the Edit # 1 (for the European market, 4:02 minutes), and one is based on the Edit # 2 (for the US market, 3:56 minutes). Both videos are very similar, but they are completely new cut together. Also, a few scenes are only appearing in one of the two videos. For further information about the edits, see [3].

  • Renegade (with ATB)

    There are (at least) two different versions of this music video, one version is based on the "Airplay Mix" (3:56), and one very similar version is based on the only promotional "A&T Short Mix" (4:25). [3].

  • River Of Life

    The music for this video clip was taken from the album version of the song, see [3].

  • Sea Glass

    Album version of this song.

  • Someone New (with Eskobar)

    Eskobar recorded two versions of this song: one with Heather, and the other with "Natural High", a Japanese band [3]. The video is based on the version with Heather, she also plays in the video.

  • Spirit In You

    There's only one version of this song.

  • Sugar

    There are two versions of this video. The video had been filmed in The Netherlands to promote the Live From The Milky Way EP, likely in Amsterdam (December 15, 1994, outdoor shots) and Ghent/Belgium (February 6, 1995, indoor shots). Both version are based on "Sugar" as on the Live From The Milky Way CD. The lines "too scared of rock face" and "kissing too soon" were cut from both versions, and the lines "and you father's little pancakes so round and perfect and me sitting up too straight laughing in the wrong places" were cut from the shorter version (3:39 minutes), but are in the longer version (4:01 minutes).

  • Together As One

    The video clip contains Heather singing the song live on Bermuda.

  • Truth And Bone

    This video clip is based on the single alternate version of Truth And Bone, see [3].

  • Virus Of The Mind

    The video clip is based on the shortened promo version, see [3].

  • Walk This World

    For this video the censored version of Walk This World was used, see [3].

  • Welcome

    The shorter radio version of this song was used for the video clip.
[ 10 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - MISHKA: "MISHKA"
Heather's brother Mishka released his first and self-titled reggae album in June 1999, and Heather is singing a few background vocals on four tracks called Lonely (also the second single), Still Got Love, Bring A Man Down and One True. The other six songs are without her participation. Also, Heather did background vocals on the song Here Amongst The Stones, a b-side on some "Give You All The Love" singles. Heather Nova performed a Mishka song together with him at the Hamburg concert on July 9, 1999. Also Heather Nova performed the song Lonely together with Mishka at the Snorkel Park in Dockyard, Bermuda on August 19, 2011. During Heather's winter tour 2014, Mishka opened 14 out of 37 concerts. Also, both performed together her song "I Wanna Be Your Light" and his song Stars Will Be Shining a few times during that tour, because both songs have the same "chord structure". Heather called this a "mash-up". Heather performed together with Mishka the David Bowie cover "Starman" during the European winter 2016 tour, in Decatur, GA during the American spring 2016 tour, and in Hamilton, Bermuda, in 2016. See also the section about guest vocals [24] for another "duet" of Heather and Mishka.
[ 11 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - ATB: "TWO WORLDS" / "TRILOGY"
The German DJ André Tanneberger ("ATB") released in November 2000 a double CD album called Two Worlds. Heather has co-written and her voice appears on two songs of the first CD "The World Of Movement". (The second CD is named "The Relaxing World".) The songs are Love Will Find You and Feel You Like A River. Only Heather sings vocals, the music are electronis beats by ATB.

In April 2007, ATB released his double CD album Trilogy. Heather has co-written and sung three songs on it: Renegade, Stars Come Out and Made Of Glass. Renegade was also chosen as the first single, and a video clip for it was shot.
[ 12 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - AFRO CELT SOUND SYSTEM: "VOLUME 3 - FURTHER IN TIME"
In June 2001, the Afro Celt Sound System (or simply "The Afro Celts"), a World Music act combining Gaelic and African traditional elements into some kind of "boundary-breaking music", released their third longplayer Volume 3 - Further In Time with the help of famous guest voices Peter Gabriel and Robert Plant. Heather's contribution to this 12-track album was writing a song called Go On Through, performed by Austrian folk singer Pina Kollars (in English) and Irish singer Iarla Ó'Lionáird (in Gaelic language). "Heather Nova came up with the lyric and melody. She's not singing it. The song has a simplicity to it.", says Afro Celts's band leader Simon Emmerson in an interview with "Innerviews". Heather met the Afro Celts first on Peter Gabriel's Womad (World Music and dance) festival in Benoni, South Africa in March and April 2000. The Afro Celt Sound System is signed at Peter Gabriel's music label "Real World", and Heather recorded "Siren" at Peter Gabriel's Real World recording studio in Bath, England. We also know Heather's cover of Peter Gabriel's "I Have The Touch" on the Craft soundtrack... Rosie Wetters, the cellist during the Wonderlust tour 2000, plays "solo cello" on "Volume 3" (although not on Heather's song), and Hossam Ramzy, Egyptian percussionist on Heather's "Truth And Bone", plays percussion.

Additionally to the 8:03 version of "Go On Through" on "Volume 3" by Afro Celt Sound System, there is probably a 4:48 edit on the "Womadness Souvenir Compilation CD" sampler (Womad Select - WS 4), circa 2001. The sampler was sold at Womad USA 2001 and it was probably sold at womadshop.com. Has anyone more information about this edit?

The song also appears on the Afro Celt's Capture (1995-2010) compilation, released in 2010, in a 7:13 version. It is the same as the 8:03 version, just fading out earlier.
[ 13 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - ESKOBAR: "THERE'S ONLY NOW"
In October 2001 Eskobar released their new and second album "There's Only Now". Heather did a duet on the song Someone New. Eskobar is a Swedish group and Heather Nova's label-mate at V2, consisting of singer Daniel Bellqvist, guitarist Frederik Zäll and drummer Robert Birming. In a MTV Nordic interview, Heather answers the question: "You recently collaborated with Eskobar on their new album. How did you experience that?" with "They contacted me and asked me if I would like to do a song with them. I thought Daniel was a really good songwriter and I loved their last album so I said sure and I came over to Stockholm and we met up and he had already and idea for a song and we just kind of sat down and figured out the rest of it together." A video starring Heather and Daniel got a lot of airplay. Someone New was also released as a single. Heather Nova performed the song "Someone New" together with Eskobar at the Rockpalast concert in Düsseldorf concert on March 31, 2002 and at the Montsoleil concert on August 27, 2005. Also they performed the song together 2002 at the show "MTV Morning Glory" from MTV Europe.
[ 14 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - BLØF: "MOOIE DAG # 3"
Heather did a collaboration with Dutch band Bløf on the Dutch television show "Vrienden van Amstel life" (RTL4) on December 4, 2001, filmed at the "Café van der Geest" in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. The show was aired on January 19, 2002. Heather did three songs with Bløf. "London Rain" and "Virus Of The Mind" with Bløf as backing band, also Bløf's "Mooie Dag" (from their album "Blauwe Ruis", written by Bløf's singer and bassist Peter Slager), sung as a duet with Bløf and Heather. Bløf sang their original Dutch lyrics, and Heather the English translation Beautiful Day. Peter Slager of Bløf explained in the show that he had written a rough translation in English and had sent it to Heather with e-mail. Heather than changed the lyrics a bit to make it better English and that she could sing it properly. In the beginning of the program Heather is shown with a piece of paper with the lyrics. Also there is some conversation about getting it right. Additionally, Heather sang "Heart And Shoulder" alone. "Mooie Dag" was released on the Bløf's single "Mooie Dag # 3".
[ 15 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - COLD CITY ROCKERS: "SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL"
Heather is credited for a hip hop song called "Something Beautiful" by "Cold City Rockers feat. Skeme". It was released on the UK sampler "DMC presents Plus One - Champion Sounds" on disc 1. "Cold City Rockers" is a project by Felix Tod, Heather's husband and producer, and David Ayers, Heather's guitarist till 1995. While Skeme is rapping, Heather has contributed background vocals. It is unclear if she wrote lyrics or music, too. The label uses her real name "Heather Frith".
[ 16 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - SANDY DILLON: "SHORELINE"
Heather has backing vocals on the song "Shoreline" by Sandy Dillon. The song was released both on the album "Nobody's sweetheart" and as a single, and was described on Sandy's website as a song with "chilled electronic beats".
[ 17 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - BERIT FRIDAHL: "STORMTRACKS"
Heather has backing vocals on the song "Leaving For London" by Heather's long time guitarist Berit Fridahl. The song was released on the album "Stormtracks" and can be ordered only on Berit's homepage.
[ 18 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - MENSANO: myspace.com
On myspace.com/mensano, the German trance musician Mensano (Mirko von Schlieffen) released a song featured by Heather Nova called "Dancing". Was available on myspace.com/mensano since August 2006.
[ 19 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - CELTIC CROSS: Hicksville (remastered and remixed)
In 2009, "Celtic Cross" released a remastered and expanded deluxe edition of their 1998's album "Hicksville". On the "Straight For The Jiggular" (Crystal Journey Mix) remix from the 1998's song "Hicksville", Heather's vocals can be heard.
[ 20 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - THE RECOVERY POSITION: "THE COLD SILENCE"
Heather Nova has made a collaboration with Ocean Reid, singer of the British band The Recovery Position. The song is called "Call" and exists in two versions. The first version (3:37) is with full band, the second version (also 3:37) is acoustic and was planned to be released on the album "The Cold Silence" of The Recovery Position, but this plan was stopped. Both songs could have been heard on soundcloud.com/therecoveryposition.
[ 21 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - MILOW: "SILVER LININGS"
Belgian singer "Milow" (Jonathan Vandenbroeck) released an album called "Silver Linings" in March 2014. On the "deluxe edition" of this record there are a few additional live songs. One of those live songs, "The Loneliest Girl In The World", was co-written by Heather Nova. She does not sing on it, though.
[ 22 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - REA GARVEY: "PRIDE"
The album "Pride" from Irish singer Rea Garvey contains the song "All That Matters". This duet was written by and sung by Rea Garvey and Heather Nova.
[ 23 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY HEATHER - AMANDA TEMPLE PHOTOGRAPHY: "INTO THE ETHER"
Amanda Temple is a professional photographer in Bermuda. Her sister, Sacha Blackburne, made a film advertising Amanda Temple's work, while Heather Nova made the music for this film. The result is a song with the still unofficial name "Into The Ether" (4:15), written and performed by Heather Nova. Heather is playing in this song on a keyboard with synthesised cello sound. The film can be seen at youtu.be/MNY8S-tEUNo including the music. Amanda Temple wrote about the song: "I would also like to thank Heather Nova for writing this beautiful song. We showed her a few clips and off she went. The music and lyrics are absolutely perfect and I grow fonder of them every time I hear them."
[ 24 ] GUEST APPEARANCES BY SINGERS/BANDS
Have also a look at the musicians section and the co-author [2] section!
  • Bryan ADAMS

    Backing vocals on "Like Lovers Do", also guitars. Well known singer, good friend of Heather.

  • Benjamin BIOLAY

    Co-vocals on the French duet "Let's Not Talk About Love". French singer.

  • Moses BONES (Felix Tod)

    Deep-down backing vocals on "Spirit In You", "Frontier", "Walk This World" and "Throwing Fire At The Sun", Heather's producer and husband. Besides, he also sang backing vocals on Heather's brother Mishka's album.

  • Jay CLIFFORD

    Backing vocals on "Sea Glass", "The Archaeologist", "Sleeping Dogs".

  • Liz HOOPER

    Additional vocals on "Welcome". Part of the Australian producer duo "The Wizardz of Oz".

  • Peter KVINT

    Backing vocals on "Heaven Sent", also electric and acoustic guitars. Swedish pop producer.

  • Moira LAMBERT

    Backing vocals on the song "These Walls". The voice of "Faith Over Reason" and now of "Ova". Their latest album was produced by Felix Tod. Moira worked in the past also with David Ayers and Nadia Lanman.

  • "LONDON Community Gospel Choir"

    Gospel backing vocals on "Done Drifting" and "A Way To Live".

  • "The MATRIX"

    Additional vocals on "Welcome". "The Matrix" is a music production team. Its members are Scott Spock, Lauren Christy, and Graham Edwards.

  • David ROACHE, Laurin DAVIS, Kwame HARRIS, Marcus SMITH

    Backing vocals on the song "Together As One". Bermuda native David Roache sings the harmony on this song, while the Bermuda natives Laurin Davis, Kwame Harris, and Marcus Smith, nine and ten years old kids from Bermudian Primary Schools, sing part of the chorus.

  • SIMBALIMBEL (Mishka)

    Dialogue on "Bare", Heather's brother. "Sembalembo" or "Simbalimbel" seems to be his nickname. Heather also sings on his records.

  • "The Divine SPARKS" (Mercury Rev)

    Co-produced "Storm" and recorded "Photograph". American rock band.
[ 25 ] OTHER SONGS - REMIXES OF HEATHER'S SONGS
Heather's songs have also been remixed. In the following list, we mention some noteworthy remixes. This list may be incomplete.

  • uploaded by Heather Nova

    Heather has uploaded on January 1, 2010 on ilike.com/artist/Heather+Nova the "Nobel Peace remix" for her song "Every Soldier Is A Mother's Son".

  • ATB (André Tanneberger)

    German Electronica / Club / Trance DJ
    He has made "Love Will Find You", "Feel You Like A River", "Renegade", "Stars Come Out", and "Made Of Glass" with Heather. The song "Renegade" was remixed as "airplay mix", "A&T Mix", "A&T Short Mix" and "A&T Short Rd Cut" on the 2007 German Renegade single and various Renegade promo singles.
    His website: atb-music.com

  • Cemetary (René Kirkegaard)

    Danish house disc jockey.
    He has remixed "Someone New" on the second edition of "MB EDITS", a special vinyl only limited edition series of edits.
    His website: soundcloud.com/cemetary

  • Chris Coco

    House and experimental artist from London.
    He has remixed "Aquamarine" as "Aquamarine (Chris Coco's Balearica Mix)" on the 2004 sampler album "Es Vive Ibiza 2004". There is also a one track promo single out. The remix was played before the 2004 summer gigs by Heather. The fall 2010 acoustic performance by Heather was based on the Chris Coco remix.
    His website: chriscoco.com

  • Copycat & Martin Brodin

    Swedish electronic disc jockeys.
    They have remixed "Someone New" on the second edition of "MB EDITS", a special vinyl only limited edition series of edits.
    Their websites: soundcloud.com/copycat and soundcloud.com/martinbrodin

  • David (Dave) Bianco

    Grammy-award winning producer, engineer and mixer.
    He has remixed "Maybe An Angel" as "Maybe An Angel (undertow remix) on Heather Nova's 1995 single "Maybe An Angel" (UK, Australia).
    His website: mcdman.com/bianco.html

  • DJ Tripp

    US American disc jockey.
    He has remixed "Straight To Hell" (from Heather Nova and Moby) and other songs as "Nitzer Ebb vs. Heather Nova & Moby - Unoriginal (DJ Tripp)". Probably never released officially.
    His website: facebook.com/officialdjtripp

  • il dante (Dante Salvetti)

    Hip hop / trip hop / rock artist from San Francisco.
    He has remixed "Heal" and "Talking To Strangers" around 2000. Never released officially.

  • K-Klass

    British house / club / electronica artists (from Wales).
    They have remixed "I'm The Girl" as "I'm The Girl (K-Klass Extended Remix)", "I'm The Girl (K-Klass Radio Edit)", and "I'm The Girl (K-Klass Full Version)" on Heather Nova's 1999 single "I'm The Girl" and promos.
    Their website: facebook.com/OfficialKKlass

  • Michael Cassette

    Finnish electronica and club artist.
    He has remixed "Mesmerized" as "Mesmerized Shadows (dj f.e quick mash-up)".
    His website: facebook.com/MichaelCassette

  • Only paradise (Christophe Dupouy and Robin Leduc)

    French artists.
    They have remixed "I'm No Angel" as "I'm No Angel (onlyparadise remix) on Heather Nova's 2001 French promo single "I'm No Angel # 1" and likely "I'm No Angel (new radio mix, all vocals up)" on Heather Nova's 2001 French promo single "I'm No Angel # 2".
    Their websites: artistdirect.com/artist/christophe-dupouy/607950 and musikafrance.com/index.php/Robin-Leduc/Robin-Leduc.html

  • Peter Kvint and Simon Nordberg

    Swedish singer/artist and pop producer.
    They have remixed "Heaven Sent" as "Heaven Sent (brosio mix)". Released on a 2001 Heather Nova promotional single. On the "Heaven Sent" album version, Peter Kvint has backing vocals and Simon Nordberg is credited for programming.
    Their websites: peterkvint.com and martenmarten.com/simonnordberg.html

  • Ronski Speed (Ronny Schneider) and Rough Mullar

    German Electronica / Techno / Trance DJ
    They have remixed "Renegade" as "Renegade (Ronski Speed rmx)" on ATB's and Heather Nova's 2007 single "Renegade".
    Their websites: facebook.com/RonskiSpeedofficial and discogs.com/artist/62015-Rough-Mullar

  • Signey Lime (Berit Fridahl)

    Danish guitarist. Member of Heather's band since 1998.
    She has remixed Heather's poem "you moved like an animal" as "Breadcrumbs - Heather Nova - Signey Lime Mix". The mix was uploaded at soundcloud.com/beritfridahl on November 27, 2010, and can be downloaded there.
    Berit says: "I had the pleasure of getting to play around with some poems that Heather sent to me. This is one of them. I still play around with the vocals/mix when I'm performing as Signey Lime. This is one of the mixes..."
    Her website: beritfridahl.dk

  • Whistle Back

    German deep house producer and dj.
    He has remixed "Lie Down In The Bed You've Made" as "Lie Down In The Bed You've Made (Whistle Back remix). The remix is on the download-only single "Lie Down In The Bed You've Made".
    His website: facebook.com/whistleback/
[ 26 ] OTHER SONGS - SONGS ABOUT HEATHER
Notable songs about Heather:
  • Jimmy Buffett

    American singer-songwriter.

    Song: "Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants" (engl.: "Song for the little children")

    His album "Volcano" with the song "Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants" was recorded in May 1979 and released in August 1979. The song is about the "Frith children from Nevis" he met in the French Carribean (Saint-Barthélémy). The island Nevis (at that time an overseas territory of the United Kingdom, like Bermuda) is not far away from Saint-Barthélémy. The sister ships "Moon" and "Venus" are mentioned in the lyrics. Jimmy Buffett later confirmed the song is about Heather, her brother Mishka, and her sister Susannah.

    Sources: "Live in Anguilla DVD" and Jimmy Buffett talking with Mishka at spinner.com/2013/03/12/jimmy-buffett-mishka-ocean-is-my-potion-video

    His website: margaritaville.com

  • Kapelle Petra

    German indie band.

    Song: "Zum Beispiel die Mutter von Heather Nova" (engl.: "For example the mother of Heather Nova")

    Their website: kapelle-petra.de

  • Venture Electric

    Solo project from Auckland-based multi-istrumentalist Benjamin Somerville, with a little help from his friends. Released on Powertool Records New Zealand.

    Song: "Heather Nova vs. Johnny Cash"

    His website: powertoolrecords.bandcamp.com/track/heather-nova-vs-johnny-cash

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This information is part of the Heather Nova Discography and Song List - www.heathernova-info.com