When Will I See You Again (Thomas Anders album)

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When Will I See You Again
When Will I See You Again (Thomas Anders album).jpg
Studio album by Thomas Anders
Released 1993
Recorded 1993
Genre Pop, blue-eyed soul
Label Polydor
Producer Christian De Walden, Ralf Stemmann
Thomas Anders chronology
Down on Sunset
(1992)
When Will I See You Again
(1993)
Barcos De Cristal
(1994)

When Will I See You Again is the title of the fourth studio album by singer-songwriter & producer Thomas Anders.[1] It was released in 1993, and was produced by Ralf Stemmann and Christian De Walden (Amanda Lear). It features a remake of The Three Degrees' classics When Will I See You Again. I'll Love You Forever, The Love In Me and When Will I See You Again (duet with The Three Degrees) were released as singles.[2]

Marathon Of Life was written by Ralf Stemmann for the Swedish movie "Stockholm Marathon", where Anders played a small part.[3]

I'll Love You Forever was covered by Norwegian singer Wencke Myhre in 1994[4] and by Filipino trio "Vanna Vanna" in 1995.[5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "When Will I See You Again" (Duet With The Three Degrees) (Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff) — 3:32
  2. "Dangerous Lies" (Thomas Anders, Margaret Harris, Ralf Stemmann) — 3:44
  3. "I'll Love You Forever" (Max Di Carlo, Margaret Harris, Christian De Walden, Ralf Stemmann) — 3:46
  4. "Midnight" (Lisa Catherine Cohen/Romano Musumarra) — 4:04
  5. "Marathon Of Life" (Margaret Harris, Thomas Anders, Christian De Walden, Ralf Stemmann) — 3:44
  6. "Is It My Love" (Thomas Anders, Ralf Stemmann, Mike Shepstone) — 3:43
  7. "The Love In Me" (Werner Hammer, Timothy Touchton, Margaret Harris) — 4:09
  8. "Stay A Little Longer" (Thomas Anders, Ralf Stemmann, Mike Shepstone) — 3:53
  9. "Dance In Heaven" (Thomas Anders, Mike Shepstone) — 4:06
  10. "Shipwrecked" (Thomas Anders, Ralf Stemmann, Mike Shepstone) — 3:49
  11. "Hold My Hand" (Margaret Harris, Thomas Anders, Markus Krochmann, Christian Blau) — 3:45
  12. "When Will I See You Again (Unplugged Version)" (Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff) — 2:59

Personnel[edit]

  • Produced and arranged by: Christian De Walden and Ralf Stemmann
  • Co-Produced by and engineered by: Walter Clissen
  • Recorded at Flamingo Café Recording Studio, Studio City, CA
  • Mixed at Enterprise Studios, North Hollywood, CA
  • Engineered and mixed by: Walter Clissen, Assisted by John Schmidt
  • Digitally mastered by: Brian Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
  • Cover-Design : PS Design, Hamburg
  • Photos: Dieter Eikelpoth

Musicians[edit]

Music videos[edit]

  • When Will I See You Again (Duet With The Three Degrees) was released on Thomas Anders – The DVD-Collection.

References[edit]

See also[edit]

The Three DegreesOut of the Past Into the Future (1993)