Mr. Jordan is the third studio album by singer-songwriter Julian Lennon. It was Lennon's first album in three years, this was after taking a hiatus from the music industry.
It was released in March 1989 on Virgin Records. The album title is a reference to the film Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941).
The album did poorly in the album charts, but the lead single "Now You're in Heaven" reached to number 1 in the US Hot Mainstream Rock charts.
The album was reissued, along with The Secret Value of Daydreaming and Help Yourself, on 8 September 2009 by Noble Rot Records.
All songs written by Julian Lennon and John McCurry, except where noted.
- Side one
- "Now You're in Heaven"– 3:39
- "You're the One"– 5:52
- "I Get Up" – 4:38
- "Mother Mary" (Lennon) – 4:56
- "Angillette" – 4:23
- Side two
- "Open Your Eyes" (Lennon) – 4:22
- "Make It Up to You" (Lennon, Pat Leonard) – 4:46
- "Sunday Morning" (Lennon) – 3:27
- "Second Time" (Justin Clayton, Lennon) – 5:14
- "I Want You to Know" – 5:45
- German exclusive bonus track
- "Johnny B. Goode" – 1:24
- Track 11, exclusive to German CD pressings.
- Dann Huff – guitar
- Suzie Katayama – cello
- Patrick Leonard – keyboards, programming
- John McCurry – guitar, bass
- Jonathan Moffett – drums, background vocals
- David Williams – guitar, background vocals
- John Yoakum – English horn
- Warren Elmo – harmonica
- Daniel Smith – cello
- Jai Winding – keyboards
- Marilyn Martin, Fee Waybill, Donna De Lory, Alexandra Brown, Carmen Carter, Fiona Flanagan, Gina Haire, Timothy B. Schmit, Niki Haire – background vocals
- "Now You're In Heaven" - The first single and video made to promote Mr. Jordan. The song became a hit on the Album Rock chart in the US where it hit number 1.
- "You're the One" - The second single and last video to be made to promote Mr. Jordan. The single failed to chart, but the "Radio Mix" differs from the album version.