Moving Along

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Moving Along
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Studio album by Renée Geyer
Released May 1977
Recorded 1976-77
Studio Crystal Sound, Los Angeles
Length 35:34
Label RCA/ Mushroom (Australia/UK)
Polydor (US)
Producer Frank Wilson
Renée Geyer chronology
Really Really Love You: Live at the Dallas Brooks Hall
Moving Along
Renée Geyer at Her Very Best
Singles from Moving Along
  1. "Stares and Whispers"
    Released: April 1977
  2. "Tender Hooks"
    Released: July 1977
  3. "Moving Along"
    Released: 1977

Moving Along (self-titled in the US) is the fourth studio album by Australian soul/R&B singer Renée Geyer, and her first to be recorded in the US and released internationally. It was produced by famed Motown musician Frank Wilson who assembled the cream of US session players to back Geyer. Some notables were members of Stevie Wonder's band including Nathan Watts, Ray Parker Jr., Motown's most famous bass guitarist and Funk Brother James Jamerson, on backing vocals, Venetta Fields, and Mal and Barry from The Renée Geyer Band at Geyer's insistence. For this album, she re-recorded her Australian hit "Heading in the Right Direction" for the US market.

Track listing[edit]

Vinyl/ cassette (VPL1-0140 / PD-1-6101, 2391 275)

Side One

  1. "Heading in the Right Direction" (Mark Punch / Garry Paige) – 3.00
  2. "Be There in the Morning" (Renée Geyer / Mal Logan / Barry Sullivan) – 4.27
  3. "Quicker Than the Eye" (Harry Booker / Judy Wieder) – 4.09
  4. "Tender Hooks" (Ruth Copeland / Eric Thorngren) – 4.09

Side Two

  1. "Stares and Whispers" (John Footman / Frank Wilson / Terri McFadden) – 4.09
  2. "Just to Make Love to You" (Greg Poree / Gralin Jerald) – 4.09
  3. "Touch" (Frank Wilson / Pam Sawyer) – 4.09
  4. "Moving Along" (Renée Geyer / Mal Logan / Barry Sullivan / Judy Wieder) – 6:11

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1977) Peak
Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart[1] 11

Album credits[edit]