The Flame (Annabel Lamb album)

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The Flame
Annabel Lamb The Flame.jpg
Studio album by Annabel Lamb
Released 1984
Recorded 1983, 1984
Genre New wave
Label A&M
Producer Wally Brill and David Anderle
Annabel Lamb chronology
Once Bitten
(1983)
The Flame
(1984)
When Angels Travel
(1986)

The Flame is a 1984 album by British singer Annabel Lamb. The album was produced by Lamb's husband Wally Brill, and David Anderle.

Aside from lead vocals, Lamb sings backing vocals on the album as well as plays the keyboards. All songs on the album were penned by Lamb with the exception of "Inside of My Head", which was penned by Jim Rawcliffe.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sacraments of Love"
  2. "Hands of the Hunter"
  3. "Weapon of Love"
  4. "Dream Boy"
  5. "What the Eye Sees"
  6. "Things That I Fear"
  7. "The Flame"
  8. "So Lucky in Bed"
  9. "Inside of My Head"
  10. "Talking To Me"

Personnel[edit]

  • Annabel Lamb (vocals, keyboards, background vocals)
  • Kurt McGettrick (tenor saxophone)
  • Jim Dvorak (trumpet)
  • Robin Langridge (keyboards, background vocals)
  • Richard Gibbs (keyboards)
  • Alan Hodgson (drums)
  • Richard Stevens (drums)
  • Scott Breadman, (percussion)
  • Jo Ann Harris (background vocals)
  • Troye Davenport (background vocals)
  • Judi Brown (background vocals)
  • Nancy Shanks (background vocals).

Reissue[edit]

In 2008 Cherry Red Records reissueed a U.K. 15-track digitally remastered CD album. The album was expanded with 5 bonus recordings and a picture booklet containing sleevenotes, a discography and lyrics.[1]

2008 reissue track listing:

  1. "Sacraments Of Love"
  2. "Hands Of The Hunter"
  3. "Weapon Of Love"
  4. "Dream Boy"
  5. "What The Eye Sees"
  6. "Things That I Fear"
  7. "The Flame"
  8. "So Lucky In Bed"
  9. "Inside Of My Head"
  10. "Talking To Me"

Bonus recordings:

  1. "So Lucky In Bed" (12" version)
  2. "Venezuela"
  3. "Sisters Of Mercy"
  4. "Riders On The Storm" (12" version)
  5. "No Cure"

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