Nona Hendryx ‎– Female Trouble

Label:
EMI America ‎– ST-17248
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 I Know What You Need (Pygmy's Confession)
Drum Programming [Linn Sequence Arrangement], Backing Vocals – Nona HendryxGuitar [Clean], Recorded By – Dan HartmanKeyboards – Chuck KentisKeyboards [Additional] – Philippe SaisseMixed By – Chris Lord-AlgeMixed By [Assisstant] – Steve AntebiSynthesizer [Fairlight] – Craig PeytonWritten-By – Nona Hendryx
4:29
A2 Big Fun
Backing Vocals – Nona HendryxElectronic Drums [Linn Drums] – Jimmy BralowerKeyboards, Programmed By – Robby Kilgore*Mixed By – Michael O'ReillyPercussion [Assorted] – David Van TieghemProgrammed By [Rhythm], Backing Vocals, Recorded By – Dan HartmanRap – T.M. StevensSynthesizer [Fairlight Iii], Synthesizer [Oberheim Expander] – Craig PeytonWritten-By – Charlie Midnight, Dan Hartman, Nona Hendryx
4:44
A3 Baby Go-Go
Backing Vocals – Nona HendryxHandclaps – Glen Ellison*Horns – Uptown HornsKeyboards – Robby Kilgore*Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Recorded By – Dan HartmanMixed By – Chris Lord-AlgeMixed By [Assisstant] – Steve AntebiPercussion – Steve ScalesVocals [Additional] – George ClintonVocals [Additional], Backing Vocals – Mavis StaplesWritten-By – J. Coco*
5:05
A4 Rhythm Of Change
Backing Vocals – Lisa Keith, Nona HendryxProducer, Drums, Percussion, Guitar, Soloist [Guitar] – Jellybean JohnsonProducer, Synthesizer, Percussion, Guitar, Programmed By, Written-By – Spencer BernardRecorded By, Mixed By – Steve HodgeSynthesizer, Soloist [Synthesizer] – Jimmy Jam
4:52
B1 Why Should I Cry ?
Percussion – Jerome BentonProducer, Synthesizer, Guitar, Percussion, Soloist [Guitar] – Jellybean JohnsonProducer, Synthesizer, Programmed By – Spencer BernardRecorded By, Mixed By – Steve HodgeSynthesizer – Terry LewisSynthesizer, Percussion – Jimmy JamWritten-By – Jellybean Johnson, Lisa Keith, Nona Hendryx
5:02
B2 Too Hot To Handle
Backing Vocals – Lisa Melonie Fischer*, Michelle Cobbs, Nona Hendryx, Phil Ballou*Drum Programming, Backing Vocals – Mic MurphyRecorded By – Jimmy Douglas*, Mario SalvatiRecorded By, Mixed By – Michael O'ReillySynthesizer, Drum Programming – David FrankWritten-By – Nona HendryxWritten-By, Producer – Mic Murphy, David Frank*
4:05
B3 Winds Of Change (Mandela To Mandela)
Arranged By, Technician [Sound Production] – Peter BaumannKeyboards, Vocals [Additional] – Peter GabrielKeyboards, Written-By, Programmed By [Sound] – Nona HendryxMixed By – Chris Lord-AlgeMixed By [Assisstant] – Steve AntebiPiano [Acoustic], Performer [Plucked Instruments] – Bernie WorrellProgrammed By [Ibm] – Gary PoznerVocals [Additional], Keyboards, Recorded By – Dan Hartman
5:49
B4 Female Trouble
Backing Vocals – Nona HendryxGuitar [Rhythm], Recorded By – Dan HartmanKeyboards – Robby Kilgore*Mixed By – Chris Lord-AlgeMixed By [Assisstant] – Steve AntebiPercussion – David Van TieghemWritten-By – Nona Hendryx
4:08
B5 Drive Me Wild
Backing Vocals – Nona HendryxDrum Programming, Backing Vocals – Mic MurphyGuitar – Eddie MartinezProducer – Mic Murphy, David Frank*Recorded By – Jimmy Douglas*, Mario SalvatiRecorded By, Mixed By – Michael O'ReillySynthesizer, Drum Programming – David FrankWritten-By – Nona Hendryx
4:25

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

A1, A3, B3, B4:
Recorded at Multi-Level
Mixed at Unique Recordings Studios, NYC, except
A2:
Recorded at Multi-Level
Mixed at Electric Lady Studios, NYC
Additional recording at: Greene Street Recording Studios, NYC
A4, B1:
Produced for Flyte Tyme Productions, Minneapolis, MN
Recorded at: Flyte Tyme Productions Studios
Mixed at: Flyte Tyme Productions Studios
B2 and B5:
Produced for Science Lab Productions
Recorded at Atlantic Studios, NYC, Sorcerer Sound, NYC
Mixed at: Unique Recording Studios, NYC and Electric Lady Studios, NYC

Mastered at: Atlantic Studios
Management/Direction: Take Out Productions, NYC

Peter Gabriel appears courtesy of Geffen Records.
David Van Tiegham appears courtesy of Private Music.
David Frank appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
Mic Murphy appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
Phillip Saisse appears courtesy of Windham Hill Records.
Gary Pozner appears courtesy of Select Records.

A1 © 1986 Eat Your Heart Out Music (BMI)
A2 © 1986, 1987 Eat Your Heart Out Music (BMI)/April Music Inc. (ASCAP)/Second Nature Music (ASCAP)/Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)/Janiceps Music (BMI)
A3 © 1987 Parisongs (ASCAP)
A4 © 1987 Flyte Tyme Tunes (ASCAP)
B1 © 1987 Flyte Tyme Tunes (ASCAP)/Eat Your Heart Out Music (BMI)
B2 © 1986, 1987 Eat Your Heart Out Music (BMI)/April Music (ASCAP)/Science Lab Music (ASCAP)
B3 © 1986 Eat Your Heart Out Music (BMI)
B4 © 1986 Eat Your Heart Out Music (BMI)
B5 © 1986 Eat Your Heart Out Music (BMI)

© ℗ 1987 EMI America Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc. Manufactured in the U.S.A. by Capitol Records, Inc., a subsidiary of Capitol Industries-EMI, Inc. Printed in U.S.A.

Issued with a printed inner lyrics-sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (text): 0 7777-17248-1 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etchings): ST-1-17248-Z2 ATLANTIC STUDIOS D.K.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etchings): ST-2-17248-Z1 ATLANTIC STUDIOS D.K.

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
64 2407641 Nona Hendryx Female Trouble(LP, Album) EMI America 64 2407641 Italy 1987 Sell This Version
CDP 7 46550 2 Nona Hendryx Female Trouble(CD, Album) EMI America CDP 7 46550 2 US 1987 Sell This Version
ST 240764 Nona Hendryx Female Trouble(LP, Album) EMI America ST 240764 Australia 1987 Sell This Version
4XT-17248 Nona Hendryx Female Trouble(Cass, Album, Dol) EMI America 4XT-17248 US 1987 Sell This Version
31C 64 2407641 Nona Hendryx Female Trouble(LP, Album) EMI America 31C 64 2407641 Brazil 1987 Sell This Version

Recommendations

Reviews

Add Review

_Hawk_

_Hawk_

May 31, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Excellent lp in my opinion. Dan Hartman did an outstanding job as a producer; he gave the album a fresh and (synthesized)funk feeling. Besides this, the songs are catchy and a lot of well-known artists and musicians made their contributions. The Prince written 'Baby Go-Go' is also well worth checking out.