Between the Earth & Sky

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Between the Earth & Sky
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Studio album by Luba
Released 1986
Recorded 1985
Genre Pop, New wave
Length 43:59
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
Luba chronology
Secrets And Sins
(1984)Secrets And Sins1984
Between The Earth & Sky (1986) Over 60 Minutes with Luba
(1987)Over 60 Minutes with Luba1987
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars Link

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)."[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

All songs composed by Luba.

  1. "Strength in Numbers" – 4:27
  2. "How Many" – 4:14
  3. "What You Believe" – 4:28
  4. "Even in the Darkest Moments" – 3:52
  5. "Back to Emotion" - 4:09
  6. "Act of Mercy" - 5:29
  7. "Innocent (With an Explanation)" - 3:41
  8. "Take It Like a Woman" - 4:35
  9. "Lay Down Your Love" - 4:23
  10. "Between the Earth and Sky" - 4:41

Personnel[edit]

  • Luba: Vocals
  • Peter Marunzak: Drums, Drum Programming & Noise
  • Michael (Bell) Zwonok: Bass
  • Mark Lyman: Guitars
  • Alain Couture: Guitars & Vocals

Additional musicians[edit]

  • 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"

References[edit]

  • The Ectophiles' Guide to Good Music. Luba: Credits. Retrieved Apr. 17, 2007.

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