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Chris Isaak - Forever Blue album

Chris Isaak - Forever Blue album
Performer: Chris Isaak
Title: Forever Blue
Released: 1995
Country: US
Style: Pop Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 239
Formats: WAV XM MP4 MIDI AIFF RA DMF
MP3 size: 1440 mb
FLAC size: 1230 mb

Tracklist

1 Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing 2:54
2 Somebody's Crying 2:46
3 Graduation Day 3:11
4 Go Walking Down There 2:49
5 Don't Leave Me On My Own 2:14
6 Things Go Wrong 3:00
7 Forever Blue 2:42
8 There She Goes 3:14
9 Goin' Nowhere 2:52
10 Changed Your Mind 3:51
11 Shadows In A Mirror 3:59
12 I Believe 3:09
13 The End Of Everything 3:05

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D 108711
  • Licensed To – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D 108711
  • Copyright (c) – Reprise Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Reprise Records
  • Manufactured By – WEA Manufacturing – 9 45845-2
  • Copyright (c) – C. Isaak Music Publishing Co.
  • Recorded At – Studio D
  • Recorded At – Dave Wellhausen Recording
  • Mixed At – Record Plant
  • Made By – Specialty Records Corporation

Credits

  • Art Direction – Linda Cobb
  • Bass, Vocals – Rowland Salley
  • Drums, Vocals – Kenney Dale Johnson
  • Engineer – Mark Needham
  • Management – HK Management, Howard Kaufman, Sheryl Louis
  • Mastered By – Bob Ludwig, John Golden
  • Music Consultant [Sound Consultant] – Lee Herschberg
  • Musician – Bruce Kaphan, David Grisman, David Grissom, Frank Martin, Gregg Arreguin, Jason Morgan, Jeff Watson , Mark Goldenberg, Stephen Bishop
  • Organ [Hammond B3] – Jimmy Pugh
  • Photography By [Photos] – Henry Diltz, Michael Tighe , Ric Lopez*, Saori Miyazaki
  • Producer – Erik Jacobsen
  • Saxophone [Sax], Vocals – Johnny Reno
  • Vocals, Guitar – Chris Isaak
  • Written-By – Chris Isaak

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout: [SRC logo] 1 45845-2 SRC##02 M1S7

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 45845-2 Chris Isaak Forever Blue ‎(CD, Album) Reprise Records 9 45845-2 US 1995
WPCR-247 Chris Isaak Forever Blue ‎(CD, Album) Reprise Records WPCR-247 Japan 1995
9 45845-4 Chris Isaak Forever Blue ‎(Cass, Album) Reprise Records 9 45845-4 US 1995
W4 45845 Chris Isaak Forever Blue ‎(Cass, Album, Club, Dol) Reprise Records W4 45845 Canada 1995
339 Chris Isaak Forever Blue ‎(Cass, Unofficial) Music Box 339 1995


Forever Blue (Chris Isaak album). Forever Blue is the fifth album by American rock and roll musician Chris Isaak, released in 1995. The album included three singles: the Grammy-nominated "Somebody's Crying"; "Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing," which was featured in Stanley Kubrick's final film, Eyes Wide Shut; and "Graduation Day," featured in the 1996 film Beautiful Girls. In 1996, Forever Blue was also nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Album, though it lost to Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill.

Chris Isaak is the eponymous second album by Chris Isaak, released in 1986. After the poor commercial success of his debut, Isaak honed his style to a sophisticated R&B for his follow-up. The song "Blue Hotel" was a hit in France. All tracks composed by Chris Isaak; except where indicated. You Owe Me Some Kind of Love" – 3:51. Heart Full of Soul" (Graham Gouldman) – 3:20. This Love Will Last" – 2:45.

Without identifying who it was, Isaak made his mood clear with Forever Blue by including a farewell letter in the liner notes to the lover who had dumped him. Kicking things off with the snaky, almost guttural "Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing," later made a theme song for Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, Isaak lives up to the confused, fractured message in that letter, turning Forever Blue into his own exorcism.

Silvertone is the debut album by American musician Chris Isaak, released in 1985, and named after his three-piece backup band. The album peaked at in Australia in June 1986

Forever Blue" was inspired by a letter Isaak had planned to send an ex-girlfriend. Isaak told Star Bulletin: "I wrote that letter 10 times that day and still didn't send it because it wasn't right. Then I picked up my guitar and wrote it to her in song. When I got done I felt that everything had fallen into place what I couldn't say in a letter. Issak added, "This song started as a letter to my ex. I hope she hears it someday

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