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Label: WEA – 256919 -1, WEA – 256 919-1, WEA – 256 919 -1
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country: Europe
Released: 1989
Genre: Rock, Pop
Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Ballad

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A1 Hang In Long Enough
Backing Vocals – Alex Brown, Lynn Fiddmont*, Marva King
Bass – Nathan East
Guitar – Daryl Stuermer, Dominic Miller
Horns – The Phenix Horns
Keyboards, Drums, Vocals – P.C.*
4:44
A2 Thats Just The Way It Is
Bass – Leland Sklar
Guitar [Guitars] – Daryl Stuermer
Keyboards, Vocals, Percussion – P.C.*
Vocals – David Crosby
5:20
A3 Find A Way To My Heart
Bass – Leland Sklar
Guitar [Guitars] – Daryl Stuermer
Horns – The Phenix Horns
Keyboards, Drums, Vocals, Percussion – P.C.*
6:11
A4 Colours
Bass – Leland Sklar
Guitar [Guitars] – Dominic Miller
Horns – The Phenix Horns
Keyboards, Vocals, Drums – P.C.*
8:51
A5 Father To Son
Bass – Leland Sklar
Guitar [Guitars] – Daryl Stuermer
Keyboards, Drums, Vocals – P.C.*
3:28
B1 Another Day In Paradise
Bass – Leland Sklar
Guitar [Guitars] – Dominic Miller
Keyboards, Drums, Vocals – P.C.*
Vocals – David Crosby
5:22
B2 All Of My Life
Alto Saxophone – Don Myrick
Backing Vocals – Alex Brown, Lynn Fiddmont*, Marva King
Bass – Leland Sklar
Guitar [Guitars] – Dominic Miller
Keyboards, Drums, Vocals – P.C.*
Organ [Hammond Organ] – Steve Winwood
5:36
B3 Something Happened On The Way To Heaven
Backing Vocals – Alex Brown, Lynn Fiddmont*, Marva King
Bass – Nathan East
Guitar [Guitars] – Daryl Stuermer, Dominic Miller
Horns – The Phenix Horns
Keyboards, Drums, Vocals – P.C.*
4:51
B4 Do You Remember?
Bass – Pino Palladino
Guitar [Guitars] – Daryl Stuermer
Keyboards, Vocals, Percussion – P.C.*
Vocals – Stephen Bishop
4:35
B5 I Wish It Would Rain Down
Bass – Pino Palladino
Guitar [Guitars] – Eric Clapton
Keyboards, Drums, Vocals, Tambourine – P.C.*
5:27

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...But_Seriously

...But Seriously is the fourth solo studio album by English drummer and singer-songwriter Phil Collins. It was released on 6 November 1989 in the United States by Atlantic Records[5] and on 20 November 1989 in the United Kingdom by Virgin Records.[6] After Collins finished touring commitments with the rock band Genesis in 1987, the group entered a four-year hiatus, during which Collins starred in the feature film Buster (1988). By the spring of 1989, Collins had written material for a new solo album, which addressed more serious lyrical themes, like socio-economic and political issues, as opposed to his previous dance-oriented album, No Jacket Required (1985).

...But Seriously was a huge commercial success worldwide, reaching No. 1 in the UK and the US for 15 and 4 non-consecutive weeks, respectively. It was the best-selling album of 1990 in the UK, eventually selling 2.75 million copies there and 4 million in the US. The lead single, "Another Day in Paradise", won a Grammy Award for Record of the Year. Collins supported the album with the Seriously, Live! World Tour in 1990. In 2016, the album was remastered with additional studio, live, and demo tracks, and updated artwork.[7][8]

In July 1987, Collins finished touring commitments with the band Genesis and resumed his solo career. He had scored a series of hit singles with his previous solo album No Jacket Required (1985) and with Genesis on Invisible Touch (1986), and recognised this period as "severe danger of overkill" due to the high amount of radio airplay the songs had received.[9] To combat this, Collins took a year out solely from music and accepted a lead role in Buster (1988), a romantic comedy film based on the Great Train Robbery. Collins recorded "Two Hearts" and "A Groovy Kind of Love" for the soundtrack, which led to his belief that people thought his songs had become "Very, very light. That wasn't where I was coming from."[9] When he started work on his next solo album, Collins deliberately shifted styles by addressing more serious issues in his lyrics and songs with greater depth than the dance-oriented approach for No Jacket Required.[9] Some bits of music originated as far back as 1978.[10]

...But Seriously was recorded between April and October 1989 at The Farm in Chiddingfold, Surrey and A&M Studios in Los Angeles, California. It was produced by Collins and Hugh Padgham, who had worked on his previous solo albums and with Genesis throughout the decade. The album saw Collins use a live drum kit in contrast with No Jacket Required which had greater use of a drum machine. He also prominently used keyboards and electric piano and fewer synthesisers. Collins made a conscious decision not to rely on vocal effects on the album as his previous recordings, including with Genesis, involved the use of a harmoniser and echo and he looked back on this as a way of hiding the perceived drawbacks he had about his singing. In the end, a small amount of reverb and delay for a slap echo effect were used.[11]

Collins experienced difficulty in naming the album. The initial title was Serious Business, before Collins decided against the potential connotations of business or corporations that it may have on the public.[11] As the title suggests, the album is a change of pace from the lighter tone of Collins's previous work. Collins expanded his focus to the exploration of socio-economic and political themes. There is emotional turmoil underneath the polished studio production and many of the songs are unambiguous and unveiled in their melancholy. While incorporating political themes, ...But Seriously does not abandon the theme of relationships. But unlike some of his earlier work, Collins takes a more mature and reflective approach when looking at the relationships in his life.[original research?]

As with his previous albums Collins wrote the sleeve notes by hand because "that's all part of the personal statement"; the exception being No Jacket Required.[12] He wrote the text on the "Another Day in Paradise" single on the inbound from the album's European press trip in November 1989.[12]

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from liner notes.[20]

Musicians

Production

  • Phil Collins – producer, mixing
  • Hugh Padgham – producer, mixing, engineer
  • Ed Goodreau – assistant engineer (Los Angeles)
  • Simon Osbourne – assistant engineer
  • Tom Tom 84 – horn arrangements
  • Maurice Spears – music preparation
  • Trevor Key – photography

 

 


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