Alison Moyet ‎– Hometime

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Sanctuary Records ‎– SANCD128
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1 Yesterday's Flame
Bass, Keyboards, Percussion – Bob LockeCongas – Tammy PayneDrums, Percussion – David BallardGuitar, Steel Guitar [Lap], Keyboards, Percussion – Tim Norfolk
4:27
2 Should I Feel That It's Over
Arranged By [Strings] – Simon HaleBass – Paul Sherman (2), Roger Linley
4:21
3 More
Arranged By [Strings] – Simon HaleBass, Guitar, Keyboards – Tim NorfolkBass, Keyboards – Bob LockeDrums – Clive Deamer
3:59
4 Hometime
Bass, Keyboards, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Bob LockeDrums – Corin DingleyGuitar, Keyboards, Bass – Tim NorfolkHarpsichord – John Baggott
3:47
5 Mary, Don't Come Back To Me
Bass, Guitar, Keyboards – Bob LockeDrums, Percussion – David BallardGuitar, Keyboards – Pete Glenister, Tim Norfolk
3:38
6 Say It
Bass, Keyboards, Drum Programming – Bob LockeDrum Programming – Alex SwiftDrums – David BallardGuitar – Adrian UtleyGuitar, Keyboards, Drum Programming – Tim NorfolkPercussion – Damon ReecePiano, Drum Programming – Eg WhitePiano, Keyboards – John BaggottVocals – Derek Green, Ricci P. WashingtonWritten-By – Carlton McCarthy*, Eg White
4:00
7 Ski
Bass, Keyboards, Drum Programming – Bob LockeGuitar – John Lewis (4)Guitar, Keyboards, Drum Programming – Tim NorfolkKeyboards – John BaggottPercussion – Damon Reece, David BallardWritten-By – A. Moyet*, B. Gray*, D. Ballard*, G. Clarke*, J. Lewis*
4:22
8 If You Don't Come Back To Me
Arranged By [Strings] – Simon HaleBass – Paul Sherman (2), Roger Linley
4:30
9 Do You Ever Wonder
Keyboards, Drum Programming – Bob Locke, Tim NorfolkPiano, Arranged By [Strings] – Simon HalePiano, Harpsichord – John BaggottWritten-By – Carlton McCarthy*
3:10
10 The Train I Ride
Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Bob LockeDrums – David BallardGuitar – Angelo BruschiniGuitar, Keyboards – Tim Norfolk
5:03
11 You Don't Have To Go
Arranged By [Strings] – Stuart GordonBass, Guitar – Bob LockeDrums – David BallardGuitar – Adrian Utley, Tim NorfolkMixed By – Dave Bascombe*Piano – John Baggott
4:17

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  • Barcode: 5 050159 012824
  • Matrix / Runout: SANCD128 01 6
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04H3
  • Label Code: LC6448
  • Rights Society: P.R.S.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
50501590128-2 Alison Moyet Hometime(CD) Globo/Jive, Sanctuary 50501590128-2 Brazil 2002 Sell This Version
SANP1128 Alison Moyet Hometime(CD, Album, Promo, Adv) Sanctuary Records SANP1128 France 2002 Sell This Version
SANPR128 Alison Moyet Hometime(CD, Promo) Sanctuary Records SANPR128 UK 2002 Sell This Version
SANCD128 Alison Moyet Hometime(CDr, Album, Promo) Sanctuary Records SANCD128 UK 2002 Sell This Version
06076-84570-2 Alison Moyet Hometime(CD, Album) Sanctuary Records 06076-84570-2 US 2002 Sell This Version

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

January 3, 2017
Alison Moyet started her musical career in the early 1980s as a singer of the synthesizerduo Yazoo. This was followed by a successful solo career, of which the CDs Alf and formed the Raindancing highlights. Also in the Netherlands, she scored big hits with Love Resurrection, All Cried Out and That Ole Devil Called Love. Her latest album, Essex appeared in 1994 and then became silent. After eight years, however, she is totally back with Hometime. Her typical poppy crooner style is obviously matured during this period, as if it were a bottle of good wine. Her compositions common more depth and are optimally developed led by the producer duo The Insects in the Omni Studios by Massive Attack. The necessary trip hop influences are not from the air. However, the popkant hang more Hometime to making them manifests itself as a female version of David Bowie. All songs on Hometime are of such a high level, that it is very difficult to get a favorite from here. Rarely is a comeback so strong.