April Moon

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April Moon
Studio album by Sam Brown
Released 1990
Genre Pop/Soul
Length 52:32
64:19 (CD version)
Label A&M
Producer Pete Brown & Sam Brown
Sam Brown chronology
Stop!
(1988)
April Moon
(1990)
43 Minutes
(1993)

April Moon is the second album by U.K. singer/songwriter Sam Brown. The album contained 'With A Little Love' and 'Kissing Gate' - both minor hits in the U.K, Europe and Australia. Further singles lifted from the album were 'Once In Your Life', 'Mindworks' and 'As One'. Videos were made for all but the last of the singles. The album reached number 38 on the UK Albums Chart,[1][2] and number 30 on the Australian Charts.[3]

David Gilmour of Pink Floyd sings on the track 'Troubled Soul' (he had also appeared on Brown's debut album).

The album sold over half a million copies worldwide.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "April Moon" (S. Brown) 3:39
  2. "With a Little Love" (M. Buchanan, S. Brown) 3:46
  3. "Mindworks" (R. Newman, S. Brown) 4:07
  4. "Kissing Gate" (S. Brown, P. Brown, S. Jones, T. Warrilow) 3:21
  5. "Where You Are" (P. Brown, S. Brown, P. Bangash) 3:47
  6. "Contradictions" (D. Schogger, S. Brown) 4:38
  7. "Once in Your Life" (S. Brown, G. Sutton) 4:14
  8. "Hypnotised" (P. Brown, S. Brown) 4:27
  9. "As One" (S. Brown, M. Buchanan) 2:46
  10. "Eye for an Eye" (D. Schogger, S. Brown) 4:30
  11. "Troubled Soul" (P. Brown, P. Bangash, S. Brown) 6:27
  12. "S'Envoler" (E. de la Lubie, S. Brown) 2:57
  13. "Henry" (S. Brown, P. Bangash, P. Brown) 3:20
  14. "Pride and Joy" (I. Maidman, P. Brown, S. Brown) (*CD only) 4:32
  15. "Now And Forever" (P. Brown, M. Seligman, S. Brown) (*CD only) 4:37
  16. "The Way I Love You" (R. Shannon) (*CD only) 2:37

Source:[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 82. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
  2. ^ April Moon at chartsurfer.de
  3. ^ April Moon at australian-charts.com
  4. ^ April Moon at discogs.com

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