SHEENA EASTON - Best kept secret (1983) for Anvilscepe
Sheena Shirley Orr
01 Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair)
02 I Like the Fright
03 Almost over You
04 Devil in a Fast Car
05 Don't Leave Me This Way
06 Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
07 (She's in Love) With Her Radio
08 Just One Smile
09 Sweet Talk
10 Best Kept Man
11 Wish You Were Here Tonight
12 I Don't Need Your Word
13 We've Got Tonight
Bonus songs (Telefone mixes) :
01 Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair mix) 6:09
02 Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair) club mix 6:12
03 Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair) dub mix 4:18
Link to download :
http://www.filesend.net/download.php?f=7473b010f7041c86098df90e205dcc65 192 kbs
Bonus songs :
Sheena's successes in 1983 (http://members.fortunecity.com/sheenanews/sewebbio.html) :
We've Got Tonight, a duet with Kenny Rogers, hits US #6 and goes to #1 on the US country charts.
We've Got Tonight makes UK #28.
Sheena stars in her own NBC-TV special "Sheena Easton...Act One."
Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair) makes US #9.
LP Best Kept Secret makes US #33 and UK #99.
"After the critically acclaimed, but commercially ignored "Madness, Money & Music," Sheena Easton decided to update her sound and image (see album cover) with 1983's "Best Kept Secret." Intent on pursuing dance music, she dumped long-time producer Christopher Neil in favor of Greg Mathieson (Donna Summer, Olivia Newton-John). The move worked surprisingly well, as first single "Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair)" made the Top 10 on both the pop and dance charts, and the album climbed to number 33 on the Billboard album chart. The rest of the set basically follows the same blueprint as "Telefone," upbeat dance tunes heavy on the synthesizers. There are two notable exceptions, however. As with most of Easton's albums, the stand-out tracks are the ballads. Included here are the exquisite "Almost Over You," (which also made the Top 40) and a superb cover of Dusty Springfield's "Just One Smile." The only misstep seems to have been the choice of "Devil In A Fast Car" as the third single over more radio-friendly cuts like "(She's In Love) With Her Radio," and "Best Kept Man." As a bonus, the reissue CD also includes Sheena's 1982 Top 10 duet with Kenny Rogers, "We've Got Tonight", which wasn't previously available on any of her albums. Definently one of Easton's best. Thanks, One Way Records!"
"This has to be one of Sheenas best albums.Less filler and more great tunes."
"sheenas voice and attitude make this an 80"s treasure. every track has a killer vocal and lyric."
More info :
http://www.sheenaeaston.com/ the official site
http://tinpan.fortunecity.com/humperdinck/119/index.html NEWS ARCHIVE/GALLERY/
PRESS ARCHIVE/FABULOUS/SHEENAWEB ARCHIVE
http://youtube.com/results?search_query=sheena+easton lot of video from Sheena
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