Sharon O'Neill - Foreign Affairs flac album
|A3||One Of A Crowd|
|A5||Kids In Our Town|
|B2||I've Got You To Thank|
|B3||Take The Fall|
|B4||Hearts On The Run|
|B5||All The Way Down|
- Copyright (c) – April Music Pty. Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Productions Pty. Limited
- Copyright (c) – CBS Productions Pty. Limited
- Published By – April Music Pty. Ltd.
- Bass – Bob Glaub (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B3), Scott Chambers (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B1, B4)
- Drums – Mike Baird (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B3), Mike Botts (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B1, B4)
- Guitar – Brent Thomas
- Producer – John Boylan
- Vocals [Background] – Don Henley (tracks: B4), Timothy B. Schmit (tracks: A3, A5, B2, B3, B4)
- Written-By, Vocals, Keyboards – Sharon O'Neill
NotesOrange/yellow graduated 'sunset' labels stating:- Made In New Zealand By A Registered User Of The Trademarks.
Matte sleeve, with glossy lyric inner sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runoff A): SBP237889 A R
- Matrix / Runout (Runoff B): ... MX 202289 SBP237889-2 B DB PCM 301
- Price Code: 140
|SBP 237889||Sharon O'Neill||Foreign Affairs (LP, Album)||CBS||SBP 237889||Australia||1983|
|BFE 38433||Sharon O'Neill||Foreign Affairs (LP, Album)||Epic||BFE 38433||US||1983|
|FET 38433||Sharon O'Neill||Foreign Affairs (Cass, Album)||Epic||FET 38433||Canada||1983|
|469359 2||Sharon O'Neill||Foreign Affairs (CD, Album, RE)||Columbia||469359 2||Australia||Unknown|
Foreign Affairs is the fourth studio album by New Zealand singer and songwriter Sharon O'Neill. It was O'Neill's final studio album release on CBS. The album was certified Gold in New Zealand. Late in 1981, O'Neill moved from New Zealand to Sydney, Australia to pursue her music career, where she wrote "Maxine", a song that chronicled the life of a prostitute. In a 2016 interview, O'Neill said; "I was living in a hotel in Kings Cross when I got the inspiration to write "Maxine"
Written-By, Vocals, Keyboards – Sharon O'Neill. Foreign Affairs (LP, Album).
Pop Rock Sharon O'Neill. Band Name Sharon O'Neill. Album Name Foreign Affairs. Members owning this album2.
About Sharon O'Neill. b. 23 November 1952, Nelson, New Zealand. O’Neill is an established singer-songwriter in her native country. She first began performing in the early 70s, winning several ‘Queen Of Pop’ awards and appearing as vocalist/pianist with a number of soft rock bands, including Suitewater, Chapta and Shiner. She signed a recording contract with CBS Records in September 1978. Unlike other singer-songwriters her material was piano-based rather than guitar, but her music always involved a band.
Foreign Affairs is the fourth studio album by New Zealand singer and songwriter Sharon O'Neill Contents. 1 Background, writing, and recording. The album was produced by John Boylan with local studio musicians. who was so enthusiastic over my songs and pulled it all together and pulled in. so many friends.
O'Neill's fourth studio album Foreign Affairs was released in May 1983. It contained the tracks "Losing You" (AUS and "Maxine" (AUS a song which chronicled the life of a Kings Cross prostitute.
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