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AOTW Chris de Burgh - INTO THE LIGHT (SP-5121)

Discussion in 'A Small Circle of Friends: The Music Forum' started by LPJim, Mar 9, 2017.

  1. LPJim

    LPJim Well-Known Member Moderator Thread Starter

    Chris de Burgh
    A&M SP-5121


    All songs written by Chris de Burgh.

    1. "Last Night" – 6:07
    2. "Fire on the Water" – 4:43
    3. "The Ballroom of Romance" – 4:26
    4. "The Lady in Red" – 4:16
    5. "Say Goodbye to It All" – 5:23
    6. "The Spirit of Man" – 4:40
    7. "Fatal Hesitation" – 4:16
    8. "One Word" (Straight to the Heart) – 4:30
    9. "For Rosanna" – 3:39
    10. "The Leader" – 2:16
    11. "The Vision" – 3:13
    12. "What About Me?" – 3:03

    • Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Paul Hardiman.
    • Assistant Engineers – Dick Beetham and Steve Chase.
    • Art Direction and Design – Mike Ross and John Warwicker.
    • Art Dictator – Dave Margereson
    • Photography – Richard Haughton
    • Cover Painting – Mike Doud
    • Management – Dave Margereson and Kenny Thomson for Mismanagement, Inc.
    Entered the Billboard Top 200 on Sept. 20, 1986
    Reached # 25 and charted for 32 weeks
    "Lady in Red" was a #3 single
    Available on CD

  2. AM Matt

    AM Matt Well-Known Member

    de Burgh's "Into The Light" not quite as good as "The Getaway" or "Man On The Line" though. Matt Clark Sanford, MI
  3. toeknee4bz

    toeknee4bz Well-Known Member

    Wasn't "Lady In Red" from a movie soundtrack as well? Just curious.
  4. WORKING GIRL starring Melanie Griffith, Sigourney Weaver, and Harrison Ford
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  5. jfiedler17

    jfiedler17 Active Member

    AM Matt, I'd have to agree with you. "The Lady in Red" is a fabulous single, but on a song-for-song basis, I think The Getaway and Man on the Line are both stronger albums. It's unfortunate that DeBurgh wasn't able to capitalize on the success of "The Lady in Red" and have a follow-up hit or two from the album, but then again, nothing else on the disc is anywhere near as catchy as that one.

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