Sheena Easton discography

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Sheena Easton discography
Releases
Studio albums 16
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 7
Singles 45
Music videos 28
Soundtracks 18

The discography of Sheena Easton consists of 16 studio albums,1 live (bootleg) album, and 45 singles. Easton released her debut album Take My Time in 1980, after its single "9 to 5 (Morning Train)" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. She continued to chart in the US until 1991.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Record label
UK
[1]
AUS
[2]
[3]
CAN
[4]
GER
[5]
JPN
[6]
NLD
[7]
NZ
[8]
NOR
[9]
SWE
[10]
SWI
[11]
US
[12]
1981 Take My Time / Sheena Easton [A] 17 57 9 4 33 22 24
  • UK: Gold[13]
  • CAN: Platinum[14]
  • US: Gold[15]
  • Japan: Platinum
EMI
You Could Have Been with Me 33 35 52 7 22 7 2 47
  • UK: Silver[13]
  • CAN: Platinum[14]
  • US: Gold[15]
  • Japan: Gold
  • Sweden: Silver
  • Norway: Silver
1982 Madness, Money & Music 44 94 73 5 47 5 19 85
  • CAN: Gold[14]
  • Japan: Gold
1983 Best Kept Secret 99 32 4 5 38 33
  • CAN: Gold[14]
  • Japan: Gold
1984 Todo Me Recuerda a Ti 30
  • Mexico: Gold
  • Argentina: Gold
A Private Heaven [B] 88 36 9 26 15
  • CAN: Platinum[14]
  • US: Gold & Platinum[15]
1985 Do You 66 32 40
1987 No Sound But a Heart[C] 59
1988 The Lover in Me [B] 30 81 48 9 20 19 44 MCA
1991 What Comes Naturally 38 85 50 41 90
1993 No Strings 80
1995 My Cherie 30
1997 Freedom 53 MCA / SkyJay Trax
1999 Home 97 Universal
2000 Fabulous 185 95 65 52
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
  • A Album was released as Take My Time in Europe, Australia, and Asia and as Sheena Easton in North America.
  • B On the US Hot R&B Albums chart, A Private Heaven peaked at #26 and The Lover in Me peaked at #29.
  • C Not released in the United States until 1999.

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Album Peak positions Record label
JPN
[6]
1989 The Best of Sheena Easton EMI
1993 The World of Sheena Easton: The Singles Collection
1995 Greatest Hits 98 MCA
1996 The Gold Collection EMI
2002 The Sheena Easton Collection
2008 The Best of Sheena Easton
2012 The Collection Music Club Deluxe
"—" denotes the album failed to chart

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions
UK
[1]
AUS
[2]
[3]
AUT
[16]
BEL
[17]
CAN
[4]
GER
[5]
IRE
[18]
JPN
[6]
NLD
[7]
NZ
[8]
NOR
[9]
SWE
[10]
SWI
[11]
US
[12]
US
A/C

[12]
US
Dan

[12]
1980 "Modern Girl" [C] 8 24 19 10 18 18 13
"9 to 5 (Morning Train)" 3 1 4 1 2 17 18 1 3 1 1
"One Man Woman" 14 5
1981 "Take My Time" 44 64 50
"When He Shines" 12 9 30 13
"For Your Eyes Only" 8 6 3 6 5 5 11 22 1 4 1 3 1 4 6
"Just Another Broken Heart" 33 17 12
"You Could Have Been with Me" 54 23 13 46 17 15 6
1982 "A Little Tenderness" 58 58 38
"Machinery" 38 18 22 29 52 48 6 15 57
"Are You Man Enough"
"Ice Out in the Rain"
"I Wouldn't Beg for Water" 64 19
1983 "We've Got Tonight" (with Kenny Rogers) [D] 28 11 11 16 2 56 18 24 13 10 6 2
"Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair)" 84 54 8 46 9 9 15 9
"Almost Over You" [D] 89 68 35 25 4
1984 "Devil in a Fast Car" 95 79
"Me Gustas Tal Como Eres" (with Luis Miguel)
"La Noche Y Tú" (with Dyango)
"Back in the City"
"Strut" 13 8 21 72 8 7 6
"Sugar Walls" [E] 95 87 20 57 30 9 1
1985 "Swear" 80
"Hungry Eyes" 83
"It's Christmas (All Over the World)"
"Do It for Love" 64 29 39 21
1986 "Jimmy Mack" 65 30
"Magic of Love"
"So Far So Good" 43 35 32
1987 "Eternity"
"U Got the Look" (with Prince) [F] 11 90 23 15 17 61 9 11 8 2
1988 "The Lover in Me" [E] 15 88 15 26 26 12 11 25 2 43 2
1989 "Days Like This" [E] 43
"101" 54 2
"No Deposit, No Return"
"The Arms of Orion" (with Prince) 27 88 22 61 5 13 44 36 21
"Follow My Rainbow" 22 14
1991 "What Comes Naturally" [E] 83 4 21 19 19 39
"You Can Swing It" 54
"To Anyone"
1992 "A Dream Worth Keeping"
1993 "The Nearness of You"
"The Miracle of Love"
1995 "My Cherie"
"Too Much in Love"
"Flower in the Rain"
1997 "Modern Girl '97"
"When You Speak My Name"
"Love Me with Freedom"
1998 "The Place Where We Belong" (with Jeffrey Osborne)
1999 "Carry a Dream"
"My Treasure Is You"
2000 "Giving Up Giving In" 54 78[19]
"Love Is in Control"
"Don't Leave Me This Way"
2001 "Can't Take My Eyes Off You"
"—" denotes the single failed to chart
Notes
  • C "Modern Girl", although released first, reached its peak position in all territories after the success of "9 to 5 (Morning Train)". When originally released, it peaked at #56 in UK.
  • D On the US Hot Country Singles chart, "We Got Tonight" peaked at #1 and "Almost Over You" peaked at #86.
  • E On the US Hot R&B Singles chart, "Sugar Walls" peaked at #3, "The Lover in Me" peaked at #5, "Days Like This" peaked at #35, and "What Comes Naturally" peaked at #39.
  • F Easton sang uncredited co-lead vocals on "U Got the Look", which also peaked at #11 on the US Hot R&B Singles chart.

Other album, soundtrack, film/song performances[edit]

  • "For Your Eyes Only" - from the James Bond film For Your Eyes Only (1981)
  • "Strut" - from the film Protocol (1984)
  • "It's Christmas All Over the World" - from Santa Claus: The Movie (1985)
  • "So Far, So Good" and "Natural Love" - from About Last Night... (1986)
  • "Anything Can Happen" Unreleased track from "No Sound But a Heart" (1987)
  • "U Got the Look" - duet with Prince on his album Sign O' The Times (1987)
  • "Jaguar" - Unreleased track. Initially intended for a full album produced by "Prince" recorded at Sunset Sound. (Jan, 1987)
  • "Come Back to Me" - Unreleased track. Recorded at Paisley Park, Sept 29, (1988).
  • "Sheena Easton appears in Bally's Total Fitness commercials from (1988-1990)
  • "The Arms of Orion" - duet with Prince on his Batman Warner Brothers soundtrack album (1989)
  • "What Comes Naturally" - from the film The Taking of Beverly Hills (1991)
  • "Voices that Care" Choir member (1991)
  • "A Dream Worth Keeping" - from the animated film FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992)
  • "Modern Girl" (Live in San Diego) Bootleg (1992) concert from World Wide Tour 1983.
  • "The Nearness of You" - from Indecent Proposal (1993)
  • "Is There Anyone" duet with Julian Lennon - from David Copperfield (1993)
  • "Family Christmas" - from "David Copperfield" (1993)
  • "I Only Think of You" Patrice Rushen - from Anything But Ordinary (Background vocals) (1994)
  • "For Your Eyes Only" (live version) - from Grammy's Greatest Moments Volume IV (1994)[20]
  • "Now and Forever" duet with Barry Manilow - from The Pebble and the Penguin (1995)
  • "Sentimental Journey" - from Swing Alive! at the Hollywood Palladium (1996)
  • "Are There Angels?" - from Shiloh (1996)
  • "Count Me Out", "I Will Always Be With You" - from All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1996)
  • "The Place Where We Belong" duet with Jeffrey Osborne and "The Lord's Prayer" - from The Colors Of Christmas (1998)
  • "Carry a Dream" - from Marco: Haha wo Tazunete Sanzen Ri (Japanese, 1999, feature-length remake of 1976 Nippon Animation anime TV series)
  • "Morning Train (9 To 5)" - from EuroTrip (2004)
  • "If You're Happy" - from Cover-Morning Musume-Hello Project (2005)
  • "Love Is In Control" - from Love to Love you Baby! A Tribute to Donna Summer (2005)
  • "What You Are" - from Lost Odyssey, An original RPG exclusive to the Xbox 360 (2007)
  • "Eclipse of time" - from Lost Odyssey, an original RPG exclusive to the Xbox 360 (2007)
  • "Strut"- from the film Dirty Girl (2011)
  • "Happy Evil Love Song" and "When Will He Call Me" from the OST Phineas and Ferb: Across the 1st and 2nd Dimensions (2011)

Songwriting[edit]

  • Moody (My Love) – 1981, written by Sheena Easton and Christopher Neil
  • Straight Talking - 1984, written by S. Easton, G. Mathieson, T. Veitch, A. Loboriel
  • Shockwave - 1987, written by Sheena Easton, Narada Michael Walden, and Jesse Johnson
  • La, La, La, He, He, Hee - 1987, written by Sheena Easton and Prince
  • Love '89 - 1989, written by Sheena Easton and Prince
  • The Arms of Orion - 1989, written by Sheena Easton and Prince (US #36 UK#27)
  • The First Touch of Love - 1991, written by Sheena Easton and Ian Prince
  • Half A Heart - 1991, written by Sheena Easton, Oliver Leiber, and Derek Bramble
  • The Next Time - 1991, written by Sheena Easton and David Frank
  • The Miracle of Love - 1993, written by Sheena Easton and Chika Ueda
  • Flower In The Rain - 1995, written by Sheena Easton, Arnie Roman, and Tina Shafer
  • Love Will Make You Wise - 1997, written by Sheena Easton and Cliff Magness
  • One Man - 1997, written by Sheena Easton, Carol Bayer Sager, and Cliff Magness

Music videos[edit]

Year Title
1980 "9-5 (Morning Train)"
1980 "Modern Girl"
1980 "One Man Woman"
1981 "For Your Eyes Only"
1981 "Just Another Broken Heart"
1981 "You Could Have Been With Me"
1982 "Machinery"
1982 "Ice Out In The Rain"
1983 "We Got Tonight- Duet with Kenny Rogers"
1983 "Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair)"
1983 "Almost Over You"
1984 "Back In The City"
1984 "Strut"
1984 "Sugar Walls"
1984 "Swear"
1985 "Do It For Love"
1985 "Jimmy Mack"
1985 "Magic Of Love"
1986 "So Far, So Good"
1987 "Eternity"
1987 "U Got The Look- Duet with Prince"
1988 "The Lover In Me"
1989 "Days Like This"
1989 "101"
1989 "Follow My Rainbow (Promo Video)"
1991 "What Comes Naturally"
2000 "Giving Up, Giving In"
2000 "Love Is In Control"

Video and live compilations[edit]

  • Live at the Palace "Hollywood" USA 1982
  • Sony Video 45 USA 1983
  • Sheena Easton "Act 1" Television Special USA 1983
  • Sony Video 45 USA 1984
  • For Your Eyes Only "The Best of Sheena Easton" UK 1989
  • Star Portrait-Sheena Easton UK 1989
  • Sheena Easton 7 Minute Stomach US (Workout Video) 1993
  • Sheena Easton Body Blade Workout Promo 1994
  • Sheena Easton "Never Can Say Goodbye" UK Documentary 2000

Concert Tours & Vegas Residencies[edit]

  • Sheena Easton "World Tour" 1982
  • A Private Heaven Tour 1984
  • No Sound But a Heart Tour 1987 - Cancelled in US
  • The Lover In Me Tour 1988
  • Sheena Easton "World Tour" 1989
  • Japan "Greatest Hits" Tour 1995
  • The Colors of Christmas Tour 1997-1998 - 2001 & 2003
  • "At The Copa" with David Cassidy, Rio Hotel 2000-2001
  • Sheena Easton "For Your Ears Only" Las Vegas Hilton 2002-2003
  • The Sheena Easton Show, South Point Casino Las Vegas, 2013-2014

References[edit]

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  20. ^ "Grammy's Greatest Moments, Volume IV". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2011-11-23.