L.O.V.E (album)

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L.O.V.E
Studio album by Terri Walker
Released 28 March 2005
Recorded 2004
Genre R&B, Soul
Length 46:00
Label Mercury Records
Producer Terri Walker
Matt Jagger
Elias Christidis
Terri Walker chronology
Untitled
(2003)
L.O.V.E
(2005)
I Am
(2006)

"L.O.V.E" (which stands for "Love Overcomes Virtually Everything") is the title of the second album from UK R&B / Soul singer Terri Walker. The album was released in 2004 by Mercury Records and spawned 2 singles, "Whoopsie Daisy", which just missed out on a UK top 40 chart placing and "This Is My Time", which was cancelled just before the release date.

The London Daily Mirror called it "a cut above her substandard debut", and praised Walker's voice as one that "knocks competitors into the underachieving box".[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. This Is My Time
  2. L.O.V.E
  3. Whoopsie Daisy
  4. Hurt By Love
  5. What The Hell
  6. Slow It Up
  7. Star
  8. Ain't No Love
  9. The Woman You Want
  10. The One That Got Away
  11. Feel Love
  12. Yes I Do

Singles[edit]

  • Whoopsie Daisy
  • This Is My Time

Single Details[edit]

"Whoopsie Daisy"
Released 14 March 2005
Recorded By Joe Belmaati, C&J Studios, Copenhagen.
Writer(s) Terri Walker
Remee
Joe Belmaati
Mich Hansen
Producer(s) Cutfather & Joe for XL Talent.
Whoopsie Daisy was the first and only single from UK R&B / Soul singer Terri Walker's second album "L.O.V.E". The single was released on 14 March 2005, missing out on the UK top 40 buy one place, peaking at #41 in the UK singles charts.
Chart positions
* #41 (UK)
"This Is My Time"
Released 11 July 2005 [Planned Release Date - Cancelled]
Recorded By Joe Belmaati, C&J Studios, Copenhagen & Andy Love & Jos Jorgensen at Farm Road Studio
Writer(s) Terri Walker
Jos Jorgensen
Andy Love
Richard Randolph
Kevin Spencer
Ricky Smith.
Producer(s) Cutfather & Joe for XL Talent.
This Is My Time was the planned second single from UK R&B / Soul singer Terri Walker's second album "L.O.V.E". The single was originally due for release on 20 June 2005 but was put back until 11 July. However, the single's release was cancelled just before the release date due to lack of promotion, airplay and videoplay.
Chart positions
* CANCELLED (UK)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Albums". Daily Mirror (London). 25 March 2005. Retrieved 10 February 2010. 

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