Whispers (album)

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Whispers
Studio album by Thomas Anders
Released 17 May 1991
Recorded 1990
Genre Pop, pop rock
Label East West
Producer Paul Muggleton, Mike Paxman
Thomas Anders chronology
Different
1989
Whispers
1991
Down on Sunset
1992

Whispers is the title of the second studio album by singer-songwriter & producer Thomas Anders, released in 1991. The album was produced by Paul Muggleton & Mike Paxman (Nick Kamen) and mixed by Stephen W Tayler. Some tracks for the album were provided by songwriters of Roxette (Per Gessle) and Jennifer Rush (Candy DeRouge). It features a remake of The Stylistics' classics Can't Give You Anything (But My Love). Backing vocals were provided by Judie Tzuke and Don Snow (ex-Squeeze). The Sweet Hello, The Sad Goodbye, Can't Give You Anything (But My Love) and True Love were released as singles.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Sweet Hello, The Sad Goodbye" (Per Gessle) — 4:36
  2. "Whispers Of Love" (Thomas Anders/Müller, Christ, Zimmermann) — 5:08
  3. "The Echo Of My Heart" (Derouge/Ries) — 4:30
  4. "Maybe I'm Dreaming" (Thomas Anders/Marc Cassandra) — 4:25
  5. "For All That We Know" (Mike Paxman/Paul Muggleton) — 4:07
  6. "Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)" (George David Weiss) (*) — 4:19
  7. "For Your Love" (Matthias Schmidt/Ernst Luksch) — 4:41
  8. "True Love" (Derouge) — 4:47
  9. "Don't Say You Love Me" (Cassandra/Ball) — 4:42
  10. "Hungry Hearts" (Derouge) — 4:09

Personnel[edit]

  • Recorded and Produced by Mike Paxman & Paul Muggleton for Big Ocean Productions
  • Mixed by Stephen W Tayler at Metropolis, London, except:
    • (*) Mixed by Mark "Tufte" Evans
  • Art Direction & Design: Mainartery, London
  • Photos by Paul Cox

Musicians[edit]

  • Music performed by Mike Paxman, Paul Muggleton, Bob Noble, Don Snow
  • Backing Vocals: Judie Tzuke, Paul Muggleton, Don Snow, Deborah Robson
  • Featuring Vocals by Judie Tzuke

Music videos[edit]

  • "Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)" was released on its own as a music video.

Release history[edit]

  • 1991 Germany: East West Records GmbH 9031-74628-2 (CD), (LP) & (Cassette)
  • 1991 France: East West Records/A Time Warner Company WE 833 (CD), (LP) & (Cassette)
  • 1991 South Africa: Artone CTNT 5037 (CD) & (LP)
  • 1991 Taiwan: UFO Group WU 1665 (LP) & (Cassette)
  • 1991 South Korea: SKC (CD) & (LP)

References[edit]

See also[edit]

Judie Tzuke - Left Hand Talking (1991)