Cinema (Elaine Paige album)

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Cinema
Studio album by Elaine Paige
Released 1984
Recorded Good Earth Studios, London
Genre Pop, Rock
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Tony Visconti
Elaine Paige chronology
Stages
(1983)
Cinema
(1984)
Love Hurts
(1985)

Cinema is the fourth solo album by Elaine Paige.[1] The album was released in 1984 on Warner Music, peaking at #12 in the UK album charts.[2] This album has been re-issued on CD. It was the second of Paige's recordings to be produced by Tony Visconti. To follow the theme of Stages, Paige chose tracks that had been previously recorded for soundtracks. Like Stages, the recording was primarily conducted at Visconti's Good Earth Studios, other than for "Sometimes" (Theme from Champions) which had been previously recorded at CTS Studios, London featuring the New World Philharmonia.

Out-Takes[edit]

In 2014, Rhino UK released on the compilation album Elaine Paige - The Ultimate Collection[3] the out-take "What A Feeling" (from the musical 'Flashdance') which was originally recorded as part of the 'Cinema' album sessions.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Windmills of Your Mind" - 3.15 (Michel Legrand/Alan Bergman/Marilyn Bergman)
  2. "Out Here On My Own" - 3.50 (Lesley Gore/Michael Gore)
  3. "Prisoner (Love Theme from Eyes of Laura Mars)" - 4.30 (Karen Lawrence/John Desautels)
  4. "Sometimes" - 2.34 (Norman Newell/Carl Davis)
  5. "Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To)" - 3.40 (Michael Masser/Gerry Goffin)
  6. "Up Where We Belong" - 4.18 (Will Jennings/Buffy Sainte-Marie/Jack Nitzsche)
  7. "Unchained Melody" - 3.43 (Hy Zaret/Alex North)
  8. "Bright Eyes" - 3.50 (Mike Batt)
  9. "Alfie" - 2.51 (Hal David/Burt Bacharach)
  10. "Missing" - 3.55 (Vangelis/Tim Rice)
  11. "The Way We Were" - 4.30 (Edward Kleban/Marvin Hamlisch)
  12. "The Rose" - 3.45 (Amanda McBroom)

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Producer and Mixer - Tony Visconti
  • Assistant Engineers - Sven Taits and Rob Trillo
  • "Sometimes" Engineer - David Hunt
  • "Sometimes" Assistant Engineer - Tim Pennington
  • Rhythm and String Arrangements - Robin Smith
  • Woodwind and Orchestral Arrangements - Tony Visconti
  • "Sometimes" Orchestral Leader - David Katz

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