Where Our Love Grows

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Where Our Love Grows
Studio album by Swing Out Sister
Released 2004
Recorded July 2002 - May 2003
Label Universal (Europe, Japan)
Shanachie (U.S.)
Producer Paul Staveley O'Duffy
Swing Out Sister chronology
Somewhere Deep in the Night
(2001)Somewhere Deep in the Night2001
Where Our Love Grows
Live in Tokyo
(2005)Live in Tokyo2005

Where Our Love Grows is the eighth studio album by the British group Swing Out Sister. The album was released in 2004 and was produced by Paul Staveley O'Duffy.

On this album, group members Andy Connell and Corinne Drewery continued in their customary roles, with Drewery on lead and backing vocals and Connell providing instruments including piano, organ, vibraphone, Fender bass, keyboards and synthesizers. Other contributing musicians include Tim Cansfield and Matt Backer on guitars, Nigel Hitchcock on saxophone and Luís Jardim on percussion. Other backing vocals were sung by Connell, O'Duffy, Gina Foster and Gersende Giorgio.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love Won't Let You Down" - (4.19) (Andy Connell/Corinne Drewery/Paul Staveley O'Duffy)
  2. "Where Our Love Grows" - (3.55) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  3. "When the Laughter Is Over - (3.43) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy/Nichols/Roberds/Margolin)
  4. "Certain Shades of Limelight" - (4.06) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy/Bacharach/David)
  5. "From My Window" - (4.42) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  6. "Caipirinha" - (4.42) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  7. "Where Our Love Grows (A Cappella)" - (2.06) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  8. "Let the Stars Shine" - (4.01) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  9. "We'll Find a Place" - (3.59) (A. Connell/P.S. O'Duffy)
  10. "Happy Ending" - (4.14) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  11. "La Source" - (3.42) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  12. "Love Won't Let You Down (More Love)" - (4.02) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  • "When the Laughter Is Over" (Contains a sample of "I Can See Only You" as performed by Roger Nichols)
  • "Certain Shades of Limelight" (Contains a sample of "Don't Say I Didn't Tell You So" by Herbie Mann) [1]


  1. ^ Where Our Love Grows details SwingOutSister.com. Retrieved 1 June 2009.

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