Between the Earth & Sky
|Between the Earth & Sky|
|Studio album by Luba|
|Genre||Pop, New wave|
|Label||Capitol-EMI of Canada|
|Producer||Pierre Bazinet & "Luba" (i.e., the band -- the quotation marks appear in the original credit on the album)
"How Many" produced by Narada Michael Walden
Between the Earth & Sky is a follow-up release to the breakout album Secrets and Sins by Canadian singer, Luba and her band. The album helped Luba win a second Juno Award for "Female Vocalist of the Year", and was also her first album to go platinum in Canada. Various musical artists appear on Between the Earth & Sky, including a saxophone solo by jazz musician Kenny G on the hit single "How Many" (produced by Narada Michael Walden). Other popular singles on the album include "Strength In Numbers," "Act of Mercy" and "Innocent (With an Explanation)."
All songs composed by Luba.
- "Strength in Numbers" – 4:27
- "How Many" – 4:14
- "What You Believe" – 4:28
- "Even in the Darkest Moments" – 3:52
- "Back to Emotion" - 4:09
- "Act of Mercy" - 5:29
- "Innocent (With an Explanation)" - 3:41
- "Take It Like a Woman" - 4:35
- "Lay Down Your Love" - 4:23
- "Between the Earth and Sky" - 4:41
- Luba: Vocals
- Peter Marunzak: Drums, Drum Programming & Noise
- Michael (Bell) Zwonok: Bass
- Mark Lyman: Guitars
- Alain Couture: Guitars & Vocals
- Daniel Barbe: Keyboards & Backing Vocals
- Alain Simard: Emulator Programming
- The Sherwoods: Backing Vocals
- Kenny G: Sax Solo on "How Many"
- Sterling Crew: Keyboards on "How Many"
- The Ectophiles' Guide to Good Music. Luba: Credits. Retrieved Apr. 17, 2007.