Coming Around Again

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
After the debacle that was Spoiled Girl, Carly Simon moved to her fourth record label, Arista, and returned to soundtrack work, which had given her her second biggest hit, "Nobody Does It Better," afrom The Spy Who Loved Me, in 1977. This time, she wrote "Coming Around Again" for Heartburn, and it hit #18 in early 1987, her biggest hit in more than six years. That set up Simon's comeback with this album, which became her biggest hit in a decade, producing two more chart singles, "Give Me All Night" #61 and "All I Want Is You" #54, and going platinum. Along with "The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of," all made the Top 10 of the Adult Contemporary chart. On the surface, ...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
After the debacle that was Spoiled Girl, Carly Simon moved to her fourth record label, Arista, and returned to soundtrack work, which had given her her second biggest hit, "Nobody Does It Better," afrom The Spy Who Loved Me, in 1977. This time, she wrote "Coming Around Again" for Heartburn, and it hit #18 in early 1987, her biggest hit in more than six years. That set up Simon's comeback with this album, which became her biggest hit in a decade, producing two more chart singles, "Give Me All Night" #61 and "All I Want Is You" #54, and going platinum. Along with "The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of," all made the Top 10 of the Adult Contemporary chart. On the surface, this hit album had a lot in common with her last, failed effort. Once again, a bevy of producers--nine this time--weighed in, in an attempt to vary Simon's appeal. This time, they included rocker Bryan Adams and lush popmeister Richard Perry. The big difference was that Simon was willing to go to her strengths as a ballad singer rather than romping amid synthesized blips. Better to flirt with retro there's a nice cover of "As Time Goes By" with a harmonica solo by Stevie Wonder than disco, at least as far as Simon's audience is concerned.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Arista
  • UPC: 078221844321
  • Catalog Number: 8443

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Carly Simon Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Background Vocals, Multi Instruments
Roberta Flack Background Vocals
Michael Brecker Saxophone, EWI
Rob Mounsey Piano, Conductor, Keyboards, MIDI Piano
Jimmy Maelen Percussion
Alex Taylor Background Vocals
Andy Goldmark Drums, Keyboards
David Nadien Concert Master
Gordon Grody Background Vocals
Lamar Alsop Viola
Marin Alsop Violin
Julien Barber Viola
Jimmy Bralower Percussion
Mickey Curry Drums
Lewis Eley Violin
Frank Filipetti Drums, Linn Drum
Barry Finclair Violin
Gerald Tarack Violin
Lani Groves Background Vocals
Harry Lookofsky Violin
Terri Homberg Background Vocals
Regis Iandiorio Violin
Theodore Israel Viola
Neil Jason Bass
Chuck Kentis Keyboards
Robbie Kilgore Keyboards, Synthesizer Bass
Russ Kunkel Synthesizer, Drums
Marc LaFrance Background Vocals
Carol Landon Viola
Warren Lash Cello
Beverly Lauridsen Cello
Will Lee Background Vocals
Tony Levin Bass
Richard Locker Cello
Scott Martin Keyboards, Background Vocals
Hugh McCracken Guitar, tiple
Carol McCracken Cello
Charles McCracken Cello
John McCurry Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Jan Mullen Violin
Bill Payne Keyboards
Leon Pendarvis Synthesizer
Janice Pendarvis Background Vocals
Dave Pickell Keyboards
John Pintavalle Violin
Sue Pray Viola
Matthew Raimondi Violin
Jim Ryan Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Background Vocals
Paul Samwell-Smith Background Vocals, Linn Drum
Keith Scott Guitar
Lucy Simon Background Vocals
Richard Sortomme Violin
Marti Sweet Violin
Ben Taylor Background Vocals
Dave Taylor Bass
Isaac Taylor Background Vocals
Sally Taylor Background Vocals
Rev. Timothy Wright Choir, Chorus
Peter-John Vettese Keyboards, Background Vocals
Stevie Wonder Harmonica
Jimmy Brawlower Drums
Alexandra Taylor Background Vocals
Caz Lee Background Vocals
Barbara Markay Synthesizer
T-Bone Wolk Guitar
Technical Credits
Carly Simon Arranger, Composer
Rob Mounsey Arranger, Producer, String Arrangements, drum programming, Bass Programming
Andy Goldmark drum machine
Richard Alderson Engineer
Chris Lord-Alge Engineer
John Boylan Producer
Jimmy Bralower Programming, drum machine
Tim Crich Engineer
Clive Davis Executive Producer
Neil Dorfsman Engineer
Frank Filipetti Programming, Producer, Engineer, drum machine
Paul Grupp Engineer
Ted Jensen Mastering
Robbie Kilgore Programming
Russ Kunkel Producer, drum machine
George Massenburg Producer, Engineer
Hugh McCracken Contributor
Bill Miranda Engineer
Bill Payne Producer
Leon Pendarvis Arranger, Engineer
Richard Perry Producer
Paul Samwell-Smith Producer
Ed Stasium Engineer
Peter-John Vettese Contributor
Jimmy Brawlower Programming
Howard Fritzson Art Direction
Barbara Markay Programming
Herman Hupfeld Composer
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