Boomerang (Stacey Q album)

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Boomerang
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Studio album by Stacey Q
Released October 21, 1997
Recorded 1997 at En Pro, Aire, Los Angeles, A&M
Genre Folk rock
Length 47:05
Label ENo Records
Producer Michael Eckhart & Dain Noel
Stacey Q chronology
Stacey Q's Greatest Hits
(1995)Stacey Q's Greatest Hits1995
Boomerang
(1997)
Color Me Cinnamon
(2010)Color Me Cinnamon2010

Boomerang is an album by Stacey Q released in 1997, showcasing the singer's conversion to Buddhism]. The album is folk-spiritual, featuring Stacey Q's version My Sweet Lord. The single Tenderness peaked on the Jamaican charts at number five.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Boomerang" (Scott Matthews, Jenni Muldaur, Bob Miller) (3:06)
  2. "Tenderness" (Janis Ian, Buddy Mondlock) (3:41)
  3. "Holding Onto The Earth" (Sam Phillips, T-Bone Burnett) (2:52)
  4. "I Doubt If It Does To You" (Gwil Owen) (3:31)
  5. "Love On" (Scott Matthews, Jenni Muldaur, Andy Milton) (3:31)
  6. "Tara" (Stacey Swain) (4:36)
  7. "Never Stop" (Michael Eckhart, Dain Noel, Stacey Swain) (3:54)
  8. "My Sweet Lord" (George Harrison) (4:14)
  9. "All I Ever Wanted" (Michael Eckhart, Dain Noel, Stacey Swain) (4:05)
  10. "Something About You" (Michael Eckhart) (4:20)
  11. "I Don't Know How To Say Goodbye To You" (Sam Phillips) (3:30)
  12. "Clear Light" (Stacey Swain) (5:45)

Personnel[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Stacey Q. - lead vocals, background vocals
  • Basil Fung - guitar, (tracks 1-11) machine (track 9)
  • Larry Milton - guitar (tracks 2, 5)
  • Brendon McNichol - guitar (track 6), Russian balalaika (track 10)
  • Bradley Cummings - bass (tracks 1-8, 10-11)
  • Johnny Friday - drums (tracks 1-7)
  • Frank Reina - percussion (tracks 1, 8, 11) drums (tracks 8, 10-11)
  • Peter Bunetta - percussion (tracks 2-4, 10)
  • Carlos Murguia - B3 (tracks 1-5, 11)
  • Michael Eckhart - technics keyboards and programming
  • Dain Noel - technics keyboards and programming
  • Gene Van Buren - background vocals (track 4)

Production[edit]

  • Gabe Drapel - executive producer
  • George Grimm - executive director
  • Fred Burgouise - publishing administration for Bug Music
  • Eddie Gomez - publishing administration for Bug Music
  • Steve Levesque - publicity for The Lee Solters Company
  • Westminister Press - visual art
  • Dean Lopez - photography
  • Maxx (Maxx Salon) - Stacey's cut & color
  • Gregg Wadley - boomerang (front cover)
  • Margaret Clampitt - hospitality
  • Charles Clampitt - hospitality
  • Leah-Donna Geon - hospitality, personal assistance
  • Peter Jordan - hospitality, security
  • Betty Wontorek - hospitality
  • Bernie Wontorek - hospitality
  • Dave Collins - mastering
  • Debbie Korvitz - support team
  • Sean Winstian - support team
  • Sebastian Reich - support team
  • Raj Butani - support team
  • Gregg Ryan - support team
  • Gina Quartaro - support team
  • Tim Crandall - support team

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