Lace Around the Wound

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Lace Around the Wound
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Studio album by E.G. Daily
Released May 25, 1989
Genre Rock, pop
Length 50:02
Label A&M
Producer Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher, John Van Tongeren, E.G. Daily, Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
E.G. Daily chronology
Wild Child
(1985)Wild Child1985
Lace Around the Wound
(1989)
Tearing Down the Walls
(1999)Tearing Down the Walls1999
Singles from Lace Around the Wound
  1. "Some People"
    Released: 1989
  2. "This Time"
    Released: 1990
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Lace Around the Wound is the second album by American singer, actress and musician E.G. Daily, which was released in 1989. In the UK, the album was titled Fly.[2]

Background[edit]

The album signaled a change in direction for Daily from synthpop to pop-rock.[3] The album's lead single, "Some People,"[4] peaked at #33 on the American Dance Chart. After A&M failed to sufficiently promote the album, Daily parted ways with the label.[5]

The album was produced by various producers, largely Lotti Golden and Tommy Faragher, both American musicians and producers. Daily wrote several songs with the pair, and would also produce two tracks herself. Another track was produced by keyboardist and producer John Van Tongeren[6] and two tracks were produced by Glenn Skinner and Pete Glenister. Skinner is a producer of many artists including Curiosity Killed the Cat, Lighthouse Family, Boy George, and Deborah Harry.[7] Glenister is an English musician and producer, best known for his work with Alison Moyet.[4]

Because of the limited success of the album, Daily wouldn't release another album until 1999, which was titled Tearing Down the Walls. This album would be released under Daily's own record label.[8]

The track "Cry Just a Little" was later covered by Celine Dion. Originally, the song was from the original recording sessions of Dion's 1992 eponymous album, but the song was not added to the final track list.[9] Instead, the cover was only available as a b-side of certain editions on the "Love Can Move Mountains" single. "This Time" and "Heart Don't Lie," appeared in the American NBC hit television series California Dreams, and were also released on the California Dreams (Soundtrack) CD by MCA Records (1992).[10]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Some People" Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher 5:03
2. "Cry Just a Little" Golden, Faragher 4:41
3. "Bad Water" E.G. Daily, Golden, Faragher 4:44
4. "Just Can't Say Goodbye" Daily, Golden, Faragher 2:47
5. "Heart Don't Lie" Daily, Golden, Faragher 4:31
6. "Lace Around the Wound" Daily 4:02
7. "This Time" Golden, Faragher 4:26
8. "Reach Out" Daily, John Van Tongeren 3:46
9. "Are You There" Daily, Marshall Rohner 3:44
10. "Little Trooper" Daily, Pete Glenister 3:58
11. "What Do I Gotta Do" Mike Gaffey, Glenister 4:16
12. "Please Send Me Someone to Love" Percy Mayfield 3:53

Singles[edit]

Some People

Chart (1989) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Dance/Club Play Songs Chart[11] 33

This Time

Chart (1990) Peak
position
French Singles Chart[12] 5

Personnel[edit]

Some People[edit]

  • Producers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Mixers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Engineer - Barry Rudolph, Lance McVickar, Louis Scalise, Tommy Faragher
  • Drum programming – Tommy Faragher
  • Writers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Backing vocals - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Keyboards - Tommy Faragher
  • Bass – Davey Faragher
  • Harmonica – Danny Faragher
  • Guitar – Michael Reid
  • Percussion – Bashiri Johnson
  • Saxophone – Chris Eminizer
  • Trombone – Danny Faragher
  • Trumpet – Danny Faragher
  • Cymbal – Tommy Faragher

Cry Just a Little[edit]

  • Producers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Mixers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Engineer - Dennis Wall, Lance McVickar, Louis Scalise, Tommy Faragher
  • Editor - Victor Simonelli
  • Drum programming – Tommy Faragher
  • Writers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Backing vocals - Cindy Mizelle, Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Keyboards - Tommy Faragher
  • Bass – Davey Faragher
  • Guitar – Keith Mack
  • Percussion – Bashiri Johnson
  • Saxophone – Chris Eminizer
  • Trombone – Danny Faragher
  • Trumpet – Danny Faragher
  • Cymbal – Tommy Faragher

Bad Water[edit]

  • Producers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Mixers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Engineer - Louis Scalise, Tommy Faragher
  • Drum programming – Tommy Faragher
  • Writers - E.G. Daily, Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Backing vocals - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Keyboards - Tommy Faragher
  • Bass – Davey Faragher
  • Harmonica – Chris Eminizer
  • Guitar – Keith Mack
  • Percussion – Bashiri Johnson
  • Harp – Chris Eminizer
  • Cymbal – Tommy Faragher

Just Can't Say Goodbye[edit]

  • Producers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Mixers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Engineer - Tommy Faragher, Louis Scalise
  • Drum programming – Tommy Faragher
  • Writers - E.G. Daily, Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Backing vocals - E.G. Daily, Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Keyboards - Tommy Faragher
  • Bass – Tommy Faragher
  • Guitar – Keith Mack
  • Whistle – Tommy Faragher
  • Cymbal – Tommy Faragher

Heart Don't Lie[edit]

  • Producers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Mixers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Engineer - Lance McVickar, Louis Scalise, Tommy Faragher
  • Editor - Victor Simonelli
  • Drum programming – Tommy Faragher
  • Writers - E.G. Daily, Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Backing vocals - E.G. Daily, Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Keyboards - Tommy Faragher
  • Bass – Davey Faragher
  • Guitar – Ira Siegel, Keith Mack
  • Percussion – Bashiri Johnson
  • Saxophone – Chris Eminizer
  • Cymbal – Tommy Faragher

Lace Around the Wound[edit]

  • Producers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Mixers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Engineer - Lance McVickar, Louis Scalise, Tommy Faragher
  • Drum programming – Tommy Faragher
  • Writer - E.G. Daily
  • Backing vocals - E.G. Daily
  • Keyboards – E.G. Daily, Tommy Faragher
  • Bass – Danny Faragher
  • Guitar – Keith Mack
  • Percussion – Bashiri Johnson
  • Cymbal – Tommy Faragher

This Time[edit]

  • Producers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Mixers - Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Engineer - Lance McVickar, Louis Scalise, Tommy Faragher
  • Editor - Victor Simonelli
  • Drum programming – Tommy Faragher
  • Writers - E.G. Daily, Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Backing vocals - E.G. Daily, Lotti Golden, Tommy Faragher
  • Keyboards – Tommy Faragher
  • Bass – Davey Faragher
  • Acoustic guitar – Ira Siegel
  • Guitar – Keith Mack
  • Percussion – Bashiri Johnson
  • Cymbal – Tommy Faragher

Reach Out[edit]

  • Producer - John Van Tongeren
  • Mixers - Jay Rifkin
  • Engineer - Jay Rifkin
  • Programmer - John Van Tongeren
  • Writers - E.G. Daily, John Van Tongeren
  • Backing vocals - E.G. Daily, John Van Tongeren
  • Keyboards – John Van Tongeren
  • Guitar - Cristian Amigo

Are You There[edit]

  • Producer - E.G. Daily
  • Mixers - Michael Hutchinson
  • Engineer - Csaba Petocz, Joe Borja
  • Writers - E.G. Daily, Marshall Rohner
  • Backing vocals - E.G. Daily
  • Bass – Tim Landers
  • Keyboards – John Van Tongeren
  • Guitar – Marshall Rohner, Michael Landau
  • Percussion – Lenny Castro
  • Drums – Denny Fonghiezer

Little Trooper[edit]

  • Producers - Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
  • Mixers - Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
  • Arrangers - Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
  • Engineer - Glenn Skinner
  • Programmer - Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
  • Writers - E.G. Daily, Pete Glenister
  • Backing vocals - E.G. Daily, Helen Terry, Ruby Turner
  • Keyboards – Mike Timothy
  • Guitar – Pete Glenister
  • Trombone – Neil Sidwell
  • Saxophone – Simon Clarke, Tim Sanders
  • Drums – Mike Gaffey
  • Trumpet – Roddy Lorimer

What Do I Gotta Do[edit]

  • Producers - Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
  • Mixers - Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
  • Arrangers - Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
  • Engineer - Glenn Skinner
  • Programmer - Glenn Skinner, Pete Glenister
  • Writers - Mike Gaffey, Pete Glenister
  • Backing vocals - E.G. Daily, Helen Terry, Ruby Turner
  • Bass – Pino Palladino
  • Organ – Bob Andrews
  • Tambourine – Phil Overhead
  • Guitar – Pete Glenister
  • Saxophone – Simon Clarke, Tim Sanders
  • Drums – Mike Gaffey
  • Piano – Bob Andrews
  • Trumpet – Roddy Lorimer, Steve Sidwell

Please Send Me Someone to Love[edit]

  • Producer - E.G. Daily
  • Mixer - Steve Churchard
  • Engineer - Csaba Petocz
  • Writer - Percy Mayfield
  • Backing vocals - Billy Vera, E.G. Daily
  • Keyboards – John Van Tongeren
  • Guitar – Marshall Rohner, Michael Landau
  • Saxophone – Lon Price
  • Piano – Diane Lewie

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "Lace Around the Wound: Information from". Answers.com. Retrieved 2011-08-12. 
  4. ^ a b "Pete Glenister Discography at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-08-12. 
  5. ^ Henderson, Alex (2002-01-11). "E.G. Daily". AllMusic. Retrieved 2011-08-12. 
  6. ^ "John Van Tongeren Discography at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-08-12. 
  7. ^ "Glenn Skinner Discography at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-08-12. 
  8. ^ "E.G. Daily Discography at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-08-12. 
  9. ^ "Passion Celine Dion: Discography - Cry Just A Little". English.celine-dion.net. 2006-05-16. Retrieved 2011-08-12. 
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  11. ^ http://www.billboard.com/artist/276024/eg-daily/chart?f=359
  12. ^ "Song title 971 - This Time". Tsort.info. Retrieved 2011-08-12.