Encore (Elaine Paige album)
|Compilation album by Elaine Paige|
|Label||Warner Music Group|
|Producer||Andrew Lloyd Webber
|Elaine Paige chronology|
It is primarily a compilation of material from earlier recordings but also includes three new recordings, all taken from the musical Sunset Boulevard, the London production of which Paige joined the same year. All the tracks are taken from musical theatre. The album was released on the WEA label and therefore included no material from Paige's RCA recordings, Love Can Do That and Romance & the Stage.
- "As If We Never Said Goodbye" - 5:22 (Andrew Lloyd Webber/Don Black/Christopher Hampton/Amy Powers)
- "The Perfect Year" - 3:31 (Andrew Lloyd Webber/Don Black/Christopher Hampton)
- "Memory" - 4:13 (Andrew Lloyd Webber/T.S. Eliot/Trevor Nunn)
- "I Know Him So Well" - 4:15 (Benny Andersson/Tim Rice/Björn Ulvaeus)
- "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" - 3:27 (Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice)
- "I Don't Know How to Love Him" - 3:54 (Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice)
- "On My Own" - 3:48 (Claude-Michel Schönberg/Alain Boublil/Jean-Marc Natel)
- "I Dreamed a Dream" - 4:25 (Claude-Michel Schönberg/Alain Boublil/Jean-Marc Natel)
- "Mon Dieu" - 3:47 (Charles Dumont/Michel Vaucaire)
- "Hymne à l'amour (If You Love Me)" - 2:53 (Marguerite Monnot/Édith Piaf/Geoffrey Parsons)
- "Non, je ne regrette rien" - 3:44 (Charles Dumont/Édith Piaf)
- "With One Look" - 3:19 (Andrew Lloyd Webber/Don Black/Christopher Hampton/Amy Powers)
- "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" - 5:59 (Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice)
"As If We Never Said Goodbye", "The Perfect Year" and "With One Look" were all recorded in 1995 for this release. Produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Nigel Wright. The recordings were engineered by Robin Sellars and Dave Hunt. The orchestra was conducted by Michael Reed.
"On My Own" was a recording produced in 1987 by Tony Visconti for Paige's compilation album Memories: The Best of Elaine Paige.
"Mon Dieu", "Hymne à l'Amour (If You Love Me)" and "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" were all taken from the 1994 album Piaf, produced by Mike Moran.
|UK Albums (OCC)||20|
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