Light House (album)

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Light House
Studio album by Kim Carnes
Released May 1986
Recorded Jan. 14, 1986 - April 15, 1986
Genre Pop rock
Label EMI
Producer Val Garay
Kim Carnes chronology
Barking at Airplanes
(1985)
Light House
(1986)
View from the House
(1988)

Light House is a studio album by Kim Carnes, released in 1986 (see 1986 in music).

The album spawned one hit single, "Divided Hearts", featuring James Ingram on backing vocals, which peaked at #79 on Billboard Magazine's Hot 100. The follow-up "I'd Lie to You for Your Love (And That's the Truth)" failed to chart. Light House came to be Carnes' last album with EMI America. It was only ever issued on a CD in Japan in 1987 for a very limited time as Toshiba EMI Ltd. CP32-5150 and now commands a very high price.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Divided Hearts" (Kim Carnes, Kathy Kurasch, Donna Weiss, Collin Ellingson) – 4:09
  2. "I'd Lie to You for Your Love (And That's the Truth)" (Frankie Miller, David & Howard Bellamy, Jeff Barry) – 3:43
  3. "Black and White" (Kim Carnes) – 5:19
  4. "Piece of the Sky" (Jackie DeShannon, Donna Weiss) – 3:25
  5. "You Say You Love Me (But I Know You Don't)" (Kim Carnes, Val Garay, Craig Hull) – 2:48
  6. "Dancin' at the Lighthouse" (Kim Carnes, Daniel Moore) – 3:52
  7. "Love Me Like You Never Did Before" (Phil Brown, Eric Kaz) – 4:43
  8. "Along with the Radio" (Kim Carnes, Craig Krampf) – 4:51
  9. "Only Lonely Love" (Donna Weiss, Jackie DeShannon) – 4:00
  10. "That's Where the Trouble Lies" (Donna Weiss, Bruce Roberts) – 3:30

Personnel[edit]

  • Bob Glaub – Bass (3)
  • Bob Levy – Assistant
  • Clive Wright (Cock Robin) – Guitar Solo (1,8,10)
  • Craig Hull – Guitars
  • Craig Krampf – Drums & Percussion
  • Daniel Moore – Harmony Vocal (6), Backgrounds (2)
  • Dave Ellingson – Backgrounds (2,10)
  • Donna Weiss – Harmony Vocals(9), Backgrounds (10)
  • Eric Kaz – Synthesizer (7)
  • Eric Scott – Bass
  • Frederick F. Steele (The J.D.Steele Singers) – Harmony Vocal (6)
  • Guy Thomas Creatives Services, Inc. – Public Relations
  • Henry Diltz – Cover Photography
  • Henry Marquez – Art Direction
  • J.D.Steele (The J.D.Steele Singers) – Harmony Vocal (6)
  • Janice V. Steele (The J.D.Steele Singers) – Harmony Vocal (6)
  • Jerry Peterson – Saxophone
  • Jevetta A. Steele (The J.D.Steele Singers) – Harmony Vocal (6)
  • Julie Last – Assistant
  • Kathy Kurasch – Synthesizers (1)
  • Kevin Dorsey – Backgrounds (1;5)
  • Kim Carnes – Vocals, Harmony Vocals (9, 10)
  • Kosh – Art Direction, Album Design
  • Lauren Wood – Backgrounds (9), Synthesizer (9)
  • Oren Waters – Backgrounds (1;5)
  • Phil Brown – Backgrounds (7), Guitar (7)
  • Phillip Ingram – Backgrounds (1;5)
  • Randy Edelman – Synthesizers (4;8)
  • Richard Bosworth – Recorder
  • Ron Larson – Art Direction, Album Design
  • Steve Goldstein – Keyboards, Keyboard Bass and Linn 9000 Programming
  • Sue McGonigle – Project Coordinator
  • Val Garay – Recorder, Mixer
  • Waddy Wachtel – Guitars, Harmony Vocal (2)