My Cherie

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My Cherie
Studio album by Sheena Easton
Released 1995
Genre Pop, Adult Contemporary
Label MCA Records
Producer

Christopher Neil, Ric Wake, Narada Michael Walden, Denny Diante,

David Foster, Glen Ballard, Humberto Gatica
Sheena Easton chronology
No Strings
(1993)
My Cherie
(1995)
Freedom
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

My Cherie is the 13th album by Scottish singer, Sheena Easton, released in 1995, on MCA Records. The album consists of adult pop songs. The title track "My Cherie" was issued as a single but failed to chart. Other tracks include a Diane Warren written song, "You've Learned To Live Without Me." The album marked Easton's reunion with producer Christopher Neil, who worked on her first three albums. This marks the last of Easton's albums released stateside.

The songs "Flower In The Rain" and Dance Away The Blues" were both used in a TV episode of the "The Outer Limits" featuring Easton in the episode as a faded rock star called "Falling Star". "Flower In The Rain" was co-written by Easton and released as a single in France.

In 2007 My Cherie was released on 'ITunes' available for download.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "My Cherie" (Antonina Armato / Wendell Wellman) - 4:20
  2. "Till Death Do Us Part" (Antonina Armato / Jorge Corante / Mugg James) - 4:52
  3. "All I Ask of You" (Chris Eaton / Pam Sheyne) - 5:05
  4. "Flower in the Rain" (Sheena Easton / Arnie Roman / Tina Shafer) - 3:32
  5. "You've Learned to Live without Me" (Diane Warren) - 4:26
  6. "Too Much in Love" (Glen Ballard / Clif Magness) - 4:04
  7. "Please Don't Be Scared" (Mindy Sterling) - 4:21
  8. "Next to You" (George Merrill / Danny O'Keefe) - 3:33
  9. "Dance Away the Blues" (Chris Eaton) - 4:03
  10. "Crazy Love" (David Lasley / Robin Lerner / Marsha Malamet / Allan Rich) - 4:34

Production[edit]

  • Executive Producer – Denny Diante
  • Chris Neil (tracks: 3, 8, 9)
  • David Foster (tracks: 5, 10)
  • Denny Diante (tracks: 1, 7)
  • Glen Ballard (track: 6)
  • Narada Michael Walden (track: 2)
  • Ric Wake (track: 4)
  • Mastered By – Wally Traugott

Personnel[edit]

  • Design – John Coulter
  • Management – Harriett Wasserman
  • [Hair] – Barron Matalon
  • [Logos And Song Title Calligraphy] – Margo Chase
  • [Make-up] – Francesca Tolot
  • [Still Photography] – Photonica
  • [Stylist] – Vivian Turner
  • Photography By [Portrait] – Albert Sanchez

Review[edit]

My Cherie (single) Easton previews her fouthcoming album with a swinging ballad that sways with lush, retro-R&B rhythms. Easton sounds as good as ever. Producer Denny Diante surrounds her with brassy horns and swirling background vocals. In all, a solid contender for Top 40, AC and urban level play.

Billboard Magazine, Week ending February 25, 1995

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