As I Came of Age

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As I Came of Age
Studio album by Sarah Brightman
Released 1990
Recorded November 1988 - October 1989
Genre Vocal
Length 43:53
Label Polydor
Producer Val Garay
Sarah Brightman chronology
The Songs That Got Away As I Came of Age
(1990)
Sarah Brightman Sings the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber
(1992)

As I Came of Age is the second studio album by English soprano Sarah Brightman. The album features a diverse collection of songs including “Good Morning Starshine” from the musical Hair, “Yesterday” by Aimee Mann, “Love Changes Everything” from Andrew Lloyd Webber's Aspects of Love, and “Some Girls” by Lisa Burns and Sal Maida. Cover art showcases a Robert Blakeman photograph of Brightman imposed onto the Arthur Hughes painting “The Kings' Orchard” (c. 1858).

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The River Cried"   Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly 4:07
2. "Something to Believe In"   Phil Palmer, Paul Bliss 3:51
3. "As I Came of Age"   Lisa Burns, Sal Maida 4:25
4. "Take My Life" (feat. string arrangements by David Campbell) Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly, Andrew Lloyd Webber 3:50
5. "Some Girls"   Lisa Burns, Sal Maida 3:16
6. "Brown Eyes"   Phil Everly, John Durrill 3:30
7. "Love Changes Everything" (feat. string arrangements by David Campbell) Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black, Charles Hart 3:36
8. "Good Morning Starshine"   James Rado, Gerome Ragni, Galt MacDermot 3:52
9. "Alone Again Or"   Bryan MacLean 3:17
10. "Yesterday (You Stopped Crying)"   Aimee Mann 3:38
11. "Bowling Green"   Phil Everly, Terri Slater 4:09
12. "It Must Be Tough...to Be That Cool"   Charlotte Deaver 3:09
Total length:
43:53

Singles[edit]