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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Richard Marx's second album is almost as strong as his first, even if it shows that his songwriting has a tendency to slip into sappy, saccharine clich?s. Nevertheless, it contains some major hit singles -- "Satisfied," "Right Here Waiting," "Angelia," "Children of the Night," and "Too Late to Say Goodbye."
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Richard Marx's second album is almost as strong as his first, even if it shows that his songwriting has a tendency to slip into sappy, saccharine clich├ęs. Nevertheless, it contains some major hit singles -- "Satisfied," "Right Here Waiting," "Angelia," "Children of the Night," and "Too Late to Say Goodbye."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/20/1998
  • Label: Emi Special Products
  • UPC: 724381983522
  • Catalog Number: 19835
  • Sales rank: 33,784

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Richard Marx Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Vocals, Background Vocals
Jimmy Cliff Bass
Dave Koz Saxophone
Tom Scott Saxophone
Bill Champlin Organ, Vocals, Background Vocals
Fee Waybill Vocals, Background Vocals
Larry Gatlin Vocals, Background Vocals
Children of the Night Choir, Chorus
Michael Baird Drums
David Cole Vocals
Shelley Cole Vocals, Background Vocals
Paulinho Da Costa Percussion
Bob Coy Vocals
Kevin Cronin Vocals, Background Vocals
Bill Cuomo Keyboards
Michael DeRosier Drums
Nathan East Bass
Tommy Funderburk Vocals, Background Vocals
Bruce Gaitsch Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Rudy Gatlin Vocals, Background Vocals
Steve Gatlin Vocals, Background Vocals
Gary Grant Trumpet
Jerry Hey Trumpet
John Keane Drums
Bobby Kimball Vocals, Background Vocals
Michael Landau Guitar
Steve Lukather Guitar
Ruth Marx Vocals, Background Vocals
Gene Miller Vocals, Background Vocals
Michael Omartian Piano, Keyboards
Bill Payne Organ
John Pierce Bass
Prairie Prince Drums
Cynthia Rhodes Vocals, Background Vocals
John "J.R." Robinson Drums
Marc Russo Saxophone
Don Shelton Vocals, Background Vocals
Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston Keyboards
Jon Walmsley Guitar
Terry Williams Vocals, Background Vocals
Dave Boroff Saxophone
Paul Warren Guitar
Randy Jackson Bass
John Moore Vocals
Larry Williams Saxophone
Technical Credits
Dick Marx Horn Arrangements
David Cole Producer, Engineer
Bob Coy Contributor
Peter Doell Engineer
Bruce Gaitsch Arranger
Steve Lukather Arranger
Richard Marx Arranger, Producer
Wally Traugott Mastering
Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston Arranger
Henry Marquez Art Direction
E.J. Camp Original Photography
John Moore Contributor
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Richard Marx Still A Hit

    So, yes, this CD is a little out-dated for those who see my age. They yelp and say GOD - you weren't even born when he was a hit! Yes, I have already chided my parents for not having me a little sooner - just a few months earlier and I could have gotten one of those rocky MADE IN THE 80s tees. -sad face- I am a dedicated thrift-store shopper for orginial casette tapes and own cases and cases stashed in my car.

    Richard Marx, a hit since 1987, is one of the only artists I know who haven't changed their sounds through the decades. He still has that soothing tune that, even when it's a song that, in lyric form, would want to make you slit your wrists (CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT, my personal favorite), makes you so happy you can't do anything else but smile. It used to be an old ritual of mine to listen to such stimulating tunes while reading, but I can't with Marx - I must give him my full attention. Richard Marx is trully one of the greatest artists and all of his tracks should be coveted.

    Go to iTunes now and listen to a few of his - you'll be tune-ified, too!

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