Desire for Freedom
|Desire for Freedom|
|Studio album by Jim Diamond|
|Producer||Jim Diamond, Paul "Wix" Wickens|
|Jim Diamond chronology|
Desire for Freedom was singer/songwriter Jim Diamond's second studio album. Released in 1986 it featured a wide range of styles such as heartfelt ballads and stirring rockers. Singles that came from this album were "Hi Ho Silver", "Young Love (Carry Me Away)", "Desire" and "So Strong". It is currently out of print, though most tracks appear on The Best of Jim Diamond.
All tracks composed by Jim Diamond and Paul "Wix" Wickens; except where indicated
- "So Strong"
- "Young Love (Carry Me Away)"
- "My Weakness Is You"
- "I Can't Stop"
- "Maybe One Day"
- "Hi Ho Silver" (Jim Diamond, Chris Parren)
- "Judy's Not That Tough" (Jim Diamond, Alan Gorrie)
- "You'll Go Crazy"
- Jim Diamond - vocals
- Phil Palmer, Robbie McIntosh - guitar
- Graham Lyle - acoustic guitar
- John McKenzie - bass
- Paul "Wix" Wickens - keyboards
- Tony Beard, Tony Hicks - drums
- Gary Barnacle, Dick Morrissey - saxophone
- Pandit Dinesh - percussion
- Gavyn Wright - violin
- Mark Felton - harmonica
- Pete Thoms - trombone
- Luke Tanny - trumpet
- Chris Thompson, Katie Kissoon, Lance Ellington, Sammy Brown, Vicki Brown - background vocals
|This 1980s pop rock album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|