AOTW Joan Armatrading: HEARTS AND FLOWERS (A&M SP 5298)

LPJim

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A1More Than One Kind Of Love
Bass – Mick KarnDrums – Jamie LaneKeyboards – Don FreemanPercussion – Hossam Ramzy
5:32
A2Hearts And Flowers
Keyboards, Guitar – Joan Armatrading
3:40
A3Promise Land
Bass – Mick KarnDrums – Steve JansenGuitar – Joan ArmatradingKeyboards – Don Freeman
4:00
A4Someone's In The Background
Bass – Mick KarnDrums – Steve JansenGuitar – Joan ArmatradingKeyboards – Don Freeman
3:55
A5Can't Let Go
Keyboards, Guitar – Joan Armatrading
4:36
B1Free
Bass – Mick KarnDrums – Steve JansenGuitar – Joan ArmatradingKeyboards – Don FreemanSaxophone – Dave Koz
3:20
B2Something In The Air Tonight
Bass – Pino PalladinoDrums – Manu KatchéGuitar – Joan ArmatradingKeyboards – Don FreemanPercussion – Hossam Ramzy
4:32
B3Always
1:56
B4Good Times
Bass – Don FreemanDrums – Jamie LaneGuitar – Joan ArmatradingHihat [High Hat] – Manu Katché
4:23
B5The Power Of Dreams
3:08


Recorded at Bumpkin Studios.
Mixed at The Grey Room, Los Angeles.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.

Entered the Billboard Top 200 on June 3, 1990
Reached # 161 and charted for 10 weeks
Also issued as CD 5298


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I think Joan was probably frustrated that this young upstart burst out the gate straight to number one doing the same kind of music she had been doing for two decades. Chapman is practically a young clone of Armatrading, and not just musically...

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