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Linda Eder
     

Linda Eder

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by Linda Eder
 

Product Details

Release Date:
02/05/1991
Label:
Rca Victor
UPC:
0090266055920
catalogNumber:
60559

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Linda Eder   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Michael Davis   Trombone
David Diggs   English Horn,Oboe
Stanley Turrentine   Tenor Saxophone
Bob Carlisle   French Horn
Elena Barere   Vocals
Chris Botti   Trumpet
Heidi Iden Carney   Vocals
Vivian Cherry   Vocals
Robin Clarke   Background Vocals
Marshall P. Coid   Vocals
Hae Young Ham   Vocals
Beverly Lauridsen   Cello
Jeanne LeBlanc   Cello
Will Lee   Bass,Vocals,Background Vocals
Jesse Levy   Cello
Batia Lieberman   Cello
Kate Light   Vocals
Richard Locker   Cello
Alan Martin   Vocals
Charles McCracken   Cello
Jeff Mironov   Guitar
Sandra Park   Vocals
John Pintavalle   Vocals
Kim Scharnberg   Trombone,Conductor
Allan Schwartzberg   Percussion,Drums
Ira Siegel   Guitar
Andy Snitzer   Alto Saxophone
Richard Sortomme   Vocals
Andrew Sterman   Clarinet,Flute
Marti Sweet   Vocals
Dan Wilensky   Tenor Saxophone
Valerie Wilson   Background Vocals
Lonnie Groves   Background Vocals
Nancy McAlbany   Vocals
Peter Gordon   French Horn
Martha Marshall   Vocals
Thomas Bernfeld   Background Vocals
Ken Smith   Trumpet
Donald Whyte   Vocals

Technical Credits

Linda Eder   Vocal Arrangements
James Nichols   Engineer
Karl Richardson   Producer
Kim Scharnberg   Orchestration
Frank Wildhorn   Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Michael Gabriel   Engineer
Jeremy Roberts   rhythm arrangement
John Belthoff   Remixing
Brett Rader   Remixing

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Linda Eder 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was surprised to see that this CD hadn't warranted a review yet! Having followed Eder's recording career closely for several years, I was glad to find a couple of her earlier albums, this and And So Much More. While Linda's self-titled debut album is a little bit too early 90s rock for me (like Love is Forever, A Little Bit of Heaven), it's still Linda from start to finish, and if nothing else, shows how she has progressed and changed as far as style, versatility and repertoire in the last decade. Still, it has a lot of selections that stay with you (As the River Runs, From This Moment On and Before I Fall in Love Again come to mind). Also, it introduces perhaps her most famous song, Someone Like You, from the Frank Wildhorn-penned Jekyll & Hyde, and the ethereal Vienna, easily one of her most passionate power ballads.