|A1||Hello I Love You
Written-By – C. Cochran*, R. Cook*
|A2||A Woman's Heart (Is A Handy Place To Be)
Written-By – C Cassady*, M. Chapman*
|A3||Loving You So Long Now
Written-By – A. Reynolds*
Written-By – B. Back er*, S. Mason*
|A5||One More Time (Karneval)
Written-By – Blackburn*, Heilburg*, Heider*
|B1||This Is My Year For Mexico
Written-By – V. Mathews*
|B2||Sweet Baby On My Mind
Written-By – J' Owen*
|B3||Before I'm Fool Enough
Written-By – A. Reynolds*
|B4||Let's Do It Right
Written-By – R. Leigh*, R. Mainegra*
|B5||Make A Dream Come True
Written-By – L. Kingston*
|LOO-1080||Crystal Gayle||A Woman's Heart (LP, Comp)||Liberty||LOO-1080||US||1980|
|LOO-1080||Crystal Gayle||A Woman's Heart (LP, Comp, Club, RCA)||Liberty||LOO-1080||US||1980|
|LOO-1080||Crystal Gayle||A Woman's Heart (LP, Comp)||Liberty||LOO-1080||Canada||1980|
|LO 501080||Crystal Gayle||A Woman's Heart (LP, Comp)||Liberty||LO 501080||US||1980|
A Woman's Heart may refer to: A Woman's Heart (compilation album), a 1992 compilation album by six female Irish artists. A Woman's Heart (Crystal Gayle album), 1980. A Woman's Heart", a single by Chris de Burgh from the 1999 album Quiet Revolution. A Woman's Heart (film), a 1926 American silent melodrama film. Heart of a Woman (disambiguation). In a Woman's Heart", a 1996 Eurovision Song Contest entry by Miriam Christine.
The result is one of the most beautifully wrought soundtrack collaborations in history. Along with producer Bones Howe, Waits and Gayle cut their duets largely from the studio floor, live with the small combo-style studio band that included the saxophonist Teddy Edwards, drummer Shelly Manne, trumpeter Jack Sheldon, pianist Pete Jolly, and bassist Greg Cohen, among others.
One from the Heart is a soundtrack album of Tom Waits compositions for the Francis Ford Coppola film of the same name. It was recorded from October 1980 to September 1981, and released in February 1982. It was during this period that Waits met his wife Kathleen Brennan, an employee at the studio where it was recorded. Crystal Gayle features prominently on the record, performing either solo or in duets with Waits. The soundtrack was nominated for an Academy Award for Original Music Score.
Crystal Gayle is the eponymous debut album by Crystal Gayle, although she had previously recorded material which was not released until later. The album peaked at on the Billboard Country Albums chart, and included three charting Hot Country Singles: "Wrong Road Again" at "Beyond You" at and "This Is My Year For Mexico" at Also included is her first rendition of "When I Dream," which would become a big hit three years later on the release of her 1978 album When I Dream. Straight to the Heart is an album by the American country music singer Crystal Gayle. Released in 1986, it peaked at on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Two singles from the album, "Cry" and "Straight to the Heart", both reached on the Country Singles Chart in 1986 (the latter of which was Gayle's final hit to date).
A Woman's Heart (Is A Handy Place To Be). A3. Gonna Lay Me Down Beside My Memories. Crystal Gayle (Cass, Album). United Artists Records.
Crystal Gayle Tracklist. 1. Wrong Road Again Lyrics. 2. A Woman's Heart (Is a Handy Place to Be) Lyrics. 3. Gonna Lay Me Down Beside My Memories Lyrics.
Crystal (Crystal Gayle album). Crystal is the third album by Crystal Gayle, and rose to the spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart. It was released on August 6, 1976. It contained four charting singles, including two hits: "You Never Miss a Real Good Thing (Till He Says Goodbye)" and "Ready for the Times to Get Better. Another single, "I'll Do It All Over Again," just barely missed being the third chart-topper, stalling out at while "One More Time (Karneval)" could only rise to #31.