Fame and Fortune

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For the Irish game show, see Fame and Fortune (television). For the US game show, see Fame and Fortune (US).
Fame And Fortune
Studio album by Bad Company
Released October 1986
Genre Hard rock
Length 39:07
Label Atlantic, Wounded Bird
Producer Keith Olsen
Bad Company chronology
10 from 6.
(1985)
Fame And Fortune
(1986)
Dangerous Age
(1988)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Fame And Fortune is the seventh album by Bad Company, released in 1986. It is the first album released by the reformed Bad Company, featuring original members Mick Ralphs (guitar) and Simon Kirke (drums), with the addition of new frontman Brian Howe (formerly of Ted Nugent's band) substituting for original singer Paul Rodgers. While original bassist Boz Burrell appears credited as part of the line-up, the liner notes reveal that session player Steve Price plays on the album.

The album was produced by Foreigner producer Keith Olsen, and Foreigner's Mick Jones serves as executive producer and co-writer of several tracks.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Burning Up" (Mick Ralphs/Mick Jones) – 4.02
  2. "This Love" (Brian Howe/Andy Fretwell) – 4.21
  3. "Fame and Fortune" (Mick Ralphs) – 3.35
  4. "That Girl" (Brian Howe/Mick Ralphs) – 4.01
  5. "Tell It Like It Is" (Brian Howe/Mick Ralphs) – 3.52
  6. "Long Walk" (Brian Howe/Gregg Dechert) – 3.34
  7. "Hold on My Heart" (Brian Howe/Gregg Dechert/Mick Jones) – 4.25
  8. "Valerie" (Brian Howe/Mick Ralphs) – 3.29
  9. "When We Made Love" (Brian Howe/Simon Kirke/John Bettis) – 4.18
  10. "If I'm Sleeping" (Brian Howe/Mick Ralphs/Simon Kirke/Gregg Dechert) – 3.30

Personnel[edit]

  • Executive Producer – Mick Jones
  • Engineered by – Stuart Epps, Brian Foraker, Jay Healy
  • Mixed by – Frank Filipetti with Mick Jones
  • Recorded at The Sol Berkshire
  • Mixed at Goodnight L. A. and The Hit Factory New York
  • Mastered at Sterling Sound New York by Ted Jensen
  • Sid Pryce – band technician
  • Produced by Keith Olsen

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