The Secret of Association [UK Bonus Disc]

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All Music Guide - Jose F. Promis
In 1984, Paul Young scored a couple of medium-sized U.S. hits with "Come Back and Stay" and "Love of the Common People" from his album No Parlez. In 1985, however, with his stellar album The Secret of Association, the British singer gained his highest level of commercial success with several hit singles, most notably his chart-topping cover of Daryl Hall's "Every Time You Go Away," which was miles better than the original. Featuring lush orchestration and Young's signature, soulful vocals, this album remains the singer's best, and one of the better albums of the 1980s. Other notable tracks include his wicked take on "I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down," the gorgeous ...
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All Music Guide - Jose F. Promis
In 1984, Paul Young scored a couple of medium-sized U.S. hits with "Come Back and Stay" and "Love of the Common People" from his album No Parlez. In 1985, however, with his stellar album The Secret of Association, the British singer gained his highest level of commercial success with several hit singles, most notably his chart-topping cover of Daryl Hall's "Every Time You Go Away," which was miles better than the original. Featuring lush orchestration and Young's signature, soulful vocals, this album remains the singer's best, and one of the better albums of the 1980s. Other notable tracks include his wicked take on "I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down," the gorgeous "Everything Must Change" which almost sounds like a country song, and the popular album tracks "Soldier's Things" and "Tomb of Memories." Note, however, that the radio versions of all three singles released from this album are not the versions included here. Those versions can be found on his hits collection From Time to Time.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/11/2007
  • Label: Edsel Records Uk
  • UPC: 740155200633
  • Catalog Number: 2006

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Paul Young Primary Artist
Steve Bolton Guitar, Guest Appearance
Jimmy Chambers Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
George Chandler Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Marc Chantereau Percussion, Guest Appearance
B.J. Cole Pedal Steel Guitar, Guest Appearance
Chris Difford Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Mark Feltham Bass Harmonica, Guest Appearance
Matt Irving keyboard bass, Guest Appearance
Tony Jackson Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Ian Kewley Piano, Hammond Organ, Emulator, fairlight, DX-7, Ob Xa
Paul Nieman Trombone, Guest Appearance
Pino Palladino Bass Guitar, Stick
Big Jim Paterson Trombone, Guest Appearance
Nicky Payne Saxophone, Guest Appearance
Mark Pinder Percussion, Drums, Metal Percussion
Graham Preskett Violin, Guest Appearance
Glenn Tilbrook Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Ged Doherty Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Johnny Turnbull Guitar, Guest Appearance
Technical Credits
Billy Bragg Composer
Tom Waits Composer
Paul Young Composer
Daryl Hall Composer
Ian Kewley Arranger, Composer
Laurie Latham Arranger, Producer, Contributor
Billy Livsey Composer
Graham Lyle Composer
Rob O'Connor Art Direction
Alan Robinson Liner Notes
Gavin Sutherland Composer
Earl Randle Composer
Val Jennings Original Sleeve Design
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