Mick Jones (album)

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Mick Jones
Mick Jones 1989.jpg
Studio album by Mick Jones
Released 1989
Genre Hard rock
Length 42:14
Label Atlantic
81991
Producer Mick Jones
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Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Mick Jones is singer-songwriter Mick Jones's self-titled debut/studio album, released in 1989. Jones is one of the original members of the group Foreigner. The album was Mick Jones' only solo release.

Released on Atlantic Records, this album included Billy Joel and Carly Simon as guest singers. Joel sang with Jones on the song "Just Wanna Hold" and Simon sang with Jones on the songs "That's the Way My Love Is" and "Write Tonight". It is widely believed that the co-composer "M. Phillips" on the track "Just Wanna Hold" is a pseudonym of Mick Jagger.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Just Wanna Hold" (Mick Jones, Ian Hunter, M. Phillips) — 3:30
  2. "Save Me Tonight" (Jones, Diane Warren, Joe Brooks) — 3:50
  3. "That's the Way My Love Is" (Jones) — 3:25
  4. "The Wrong Side of the Law" (Jones) — 5:14
  5. "4 Wheels Turnin'" (Jones) — 4:35
  6. "Everything That Comes Around" (Jones, Joe Brooks) — 4:41
  7. "You Are My Friend" (Jones) — 5:39
  8. "Danielle" (Jones, Joe Brooks) — 4:34
  9. "Write Tonight" (Jones) — 4:25
  10. "Johnny (Part 1)" (Jones) — 1:43

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