Paintings in My Mind

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Paintings in My Mind
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Studio album by Tommy Page
Released 1990
Recorded 1989–1990
Genre Pop, dance-pop, pop rock
Length 40:41
Label Sire/Warner Bros.
Producer Tommy Page, Michael Jonzun, Mark Kamins, Jordan Knight, Jeremy Lubbock, Arif Mardin, Joe Mardin, Donnie Wahlberg, Randy Waldman, Fred Zarr
Tommy Page chronology
Republic of Idols EP
(1989)
Paintings in My Mind
(1990)
From the Heart
(1991)
Singles from Paintings in My Mind
  1. "I'll Be Your Everything"
    Released: 1990
  2. "Turn on the Radio"
    Released: 1990
  3. "When I Dream of You"
    Released: 1990
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Paintings in My Mind is the second full-length studio release (third, if the "Republic of Idols" EP is counted) from pianist and singer-songwriter Tommy Page. Released in 1990, it features 10 tracks, all of which Page either wrote by himself or co-wrote. The single "I'll Be Your Everything" was co-written by Page, Jordan Knight, and Danny Wood; it became a smash hit in 1990, peaking at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Another New Kids on the Block alumnus, Donnie Wahlberg, contributed to the writing of the song "Turn on the Radio" (the second single). The album also features a duet with singer Sa-Fire on the song "Don't Give Up on Love."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I'll Be Your Everything" (Tommy Page, Jordan Knight, Danny Wood) 4:08
  2. "I Break Down" (Page) 3:46
  3. "Turn on the Radio" (Page, Knight, Donnie Wahlberg) 4:03
  4. "Don't Give Up on Love (duet with Sa-Fire)" (Page, Wilma Cosme, L. Russell Brown) 3:54
  5. "When I Dream of You" (Page) 4:07
  6. "Till the End of Time (Page, Brown) 5:09
  7. "Just Before (I Was Gonna Say I Love You)" (Page) 3:44
  8. "Don't Walk Away" (Page, Brown) 3:34
  9. "You're the Best Thing (That Ever Happened to Me)" (Page) 4:05
  10. "Paintings in My Mind" (Page) 4:05

Personnel[edit]

Reception[edit]

In his allmusic review, Peter Fawthrop gave the album four stars (of a possible five). He called it a fresh, innocent album full of youthful longing and said that it was top fare for the teen pop crowd.[2]

Release History[edit]

Country Date Label
Canada 1990 Sire/Warner Bros. Records
Japan 1990 Sire/Warner Bros. Records
Germany 1990 Sire/Warner Bros. Records
United States 1990 Sire/Warner Bros. Records
Greece 1990 Sire/Warner Bros. Records

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