Love Can Do That

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Love Can Do That
Elaine Paige-Love Can Do That.jpg
Studio album by Elaine Paige
Released 1991
Recorded The Zoo, Encino, California
Genre Pop
Label RCA
Producer Dennis Lambert
Elaine Paige chronology
The Collection
(1990)
Love Can Do That
(1991)
An Evening With Elaine Paige
(1991)

Love Can Do That is an album by Elaine Paige, released in 1991.[1] It was Paige's first album released by RCA and marketed in Europe by BMG. Produced by Dennis Lambert and recorded at The Zoo in Encino, California. The album reached #36 in the UK album chart. [2]

The album was the nearest Paige's recordings came to contemporary pop, featuring a number of ballads that were previously recorded by artists such as Barbra Streisand's "Heart Don't Change My Mind" and Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors". The songs also included "Same Train", a duet with Christopher Cross, and "Only The Very Best", from the concept musical Tycoon for which Tim Rice wrote an English lyric. The song was originally performed in French in the musical Starmania.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love Can Do That" (Diane Warren)
  2. "Oxygen" (Nik Kershaw)
  3. "Heart Don't Change My Mind" (Diane Warren/Robbie Buchanan)
  4. "Same Train” (featuring Christopher Cross) (Dyna Brein/Cal Curtis/Chris Farren)
  5. "You Don't Own Me" (John Madara/David White)
  6. "I Only Have Eyes for You" (Al Dubin/Harry Warren)
  7. "Well Almost" (Mike Chapman/Holly Knight)
  8. "True Colours" (Tom Kelly/Billy Steinberg)
  9. "If I Love You" (Toni Jolene/Jim Weatherly)
  10. "Send in the Clowns" (Stephen Sondheim/Tom Bahler)
  11. "Only The Very Best" (Michel Berger/Luc Plamondon/Tim Rice) - from the musical Starmania
  12. "Grow Young" (Jimmy Webb)

Personnel[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Elaine Paige - vocals
  • Christopher Cross - vocals (on “Same Train”)
  • Claude Gaudette - keyboards, bass, drums and percussion
  • Michael Thompson - guitar
  • Dennis Lambert - percussion, backing vocals
  • Katrina Perkins - backing vocals
  • Jean McClain - backing vocals
  • Darryl Phinesse - backing vocals
  • David Lawrence - keyboards, bass, drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Robbie Buchanan - keyboards, bass, drums, percussion
  • Paul Jackson Jr. - guitars
  • Michael Baird - drums
  • David Boroff - saxophone
  • Ricky Grundy Chorale - backing vocals
  • Gerald Vince - strings
  • Bob Sanov - strings
  • Ray Tisher - strings
  • Fred Seykora - strings

Production[edit]

  • Producer - Dennis Lambert
  • Production co-ordinator - Marrianne L. Pellicci
  • Assistant engineers - Lawrence Fried, Elaine Anderson, Sally Browder and Pat MacDougal
  • Arranger and programmer - Claude Gaudette, Robbie Buchanan and David Lawrence
  • Basic track, vocals and guitar recording - Jeremy Smith, Doug Rider and Gabe Veltri
  • Mixer - Brian Malouf, Jeremy Smith, Doug Rider and Gabe Veltri
  • Strings Contractor - Joe Saldo
  • Mixing Studios - The Zoo, Smoketree, O'Henry and Can Am Studios

References[edit]