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is the second solo Let's Go Bang studio album by American actress and singer Jennifer Love Hewitt.
It was released by Atlantic Records on September 12, 1995. It is also the first Hewitt album distributed by Atlantic. The producer,
Angelo Montrone, had "noticed her talents" and brought her to the attention of then CEO of Atlantic Records, Doug Morris who then signed her. The album was received with enthusiasm by several program directors at pop radio, however, with the departure of Doug Morris from Atlantic in 1995 the plans for promotion were canceled.
The album features contributions from
Pino Palladino, Steve Ferrone, John Robinson, and Harvey Mason.
One of the album's tracks, "Free to Be a Woman", written by Hewitt and Angelo Montrone, would go on to become the theme song for the series
The Modern Girl, that aired on the Style Network.
Track listing [ edit ]
"Kiss Away from Heaven"
Peter Bliss, Angelo Montrone
"Let's Go Bang"
Goldmark, Lyter, Roberts
"The Difference Between Us"
Camus Celli, Holland,
Andres Levin 5:03
"Couldn't Find Another Man"
"You Make Me Smile"
"In Another Life"
Gold, Lorber, Prestopino
"Can't Stand in the Way of Love"
"Free to Be a Woman"
Jennifer Love Hewitt, Montrone
"Everywhere I Go"
Pomerantz, Smith, Stober
"Don't Turn Your Head Away"
Baby I'm-a Want You"
David Gates 3:43
Personnel [ edit ]
Production [ edit ]
Producer: Angelo Montrone
Doug Morris Engineers:
Michael O'Reilly, Al Schmitt, Steve Sykes, Steve Boyer, Matt Curry, Joe Ferla, Dan Gellert, Michael Wallace Vocals engineered by: Scott Sebring
Scott Austin, John Hendrickson, Alvaro Alencar, Jerome Chaulin, Peter Doell, Tony Gonzales, Jay Militscher, Rory Romano, Michael Wallace Mixing: Ray Bardani, Michael O'Reilly, Al Schmitt
Mixing assistant: Matt Curry
Ted Jensen Keyboard programming: Angelo Montrone
Rhythm programming: Angelo Montrone
String arrangements: Bill Meyers
Bass arrangement: Angelo Montrone, Michael O'Reilly
Production coordination: Jill Dell'Abate
Art direction: Liz Barrett
Photography: Albert Sanchez
References [ edit ]