Lullaby

Lullaby

by Book of Love
     
 
Book of Love's Ted Ottaviano was credited with playing "tubular bells" on the band's self-titled debut album. On their second album, Book of Love opened the proceedings with their own danceable version of the 1973 Mike Oldfield instrumental hit as a way of launching into a

Overview

Book of Love's Ted Ottaviano was credited with playing "tubular bells" on the band's self-titled debut album. On their second album, Book of Love opened the proceedings with their own danceable version of the 1973 Mike Oldfield instrumental hit as a way of launching into a somewhat harder-edged album. Producer Flood (of Depeche Mode fame) brought his ominous, beat-heavy approach to the group's already street-smart disco persona, with the result that tracks like "Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls" had an urgency lacking on the more pop-oriented debut. This was not, however, the way to break Book of Love beyond the dance clubs, and Lullaby did little to advance their career.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Warner Bros / Wea
UPC:
0075992570022
catalogNumber:
25700

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Performance Credits

Book of Love   Primary Artist
Jade Lee   Percussion,Keyboards,Vocals
Susan Ottaviano   Vocals
Ted Ottoviano   Keyboards,Vocals
Lauren Roselli   Keyboards,Vocals
Ted Ottaviano   Keyboards,Vocals
Michelle Dibucci   Conductor

Technical Credits

Nick Egan   Cover Design
Flood   Producer
Jeff Lord-Alge   Engineer
Alan Mayerson   Engineer
Ted Ottoviano   Producer
Roger Parsons   Contributor
Mac Quayle   Engineer
Ted Ottaviano   Programming,Producer
Mike Rogers   Engineer
Tracy Veal   Contributor,Cover Design,Assistant Art Director
Julie Margaret Cameron   Artwork

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