Home is the 14th studio album by Scottish singer, Sheena Easton, and was released in 1999 by Universal/Victor for the Japanese market only and charted at in Japan. The disc consists of 4 covers and 6 tracks of new material and has pop/acoustic sound. Carry A Dream" was the 1st single release. It is the theme song and it coincided with the release of Marco, a Japanese animated movie that same year. A second single titled "My Treasure is You" was issued the latter part of 1999.
Best Kept Secret is the fourth album by Scottish singer Sheena Easton. It was released in 1983 on EMI Records. Easton's first album to be recorded entirely in the United States, Best Kept Secret was produced by Greg Mathieson, Jay Graydon, and Trevor Veitch: Easton had planned to collaborate again with Christopher Neil, the London-based producer of her previous three albums, but it had eventuated that she and Neil had disparate ideas re her new album's material and style.
What Comes Naturally - Студийный альбом от Sheena Easton. В альбом вошло 23 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:46:00. What Comes Naturally (extended club version). What Comes Naturally.
This album has more of a hip-hop influence than its predecessor, which was more influenced by the Minneapolis sound.
Get together and Do what comes naturally Get together and Do what comes naturally. Crazy, crazy, it’s getting kind of wild Is that a yes I’m seeing in your smile I don’t know you, but I feel we’re connected One look from you and baby I’m affected. I can tell that you’re reading my thoughts But let me tell you now I’m not afraid of getting caught The risk is worth any chance we’re takin’ ‘Cause this could turn out to be love we’re makin’. I’ve been looking for you You’ve been looking for me Let’s get together and Do what comes naturally There’s a time to be wild There’s a time to be free Let’s.
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What Comes Naturally is singer-songwriter Sheena Easton's tenth studio album, released in 1991 on MCA Records. The album includes her final US Top 40 hit to date, "What Comes Naturally" (US UK Australia which remained on the pop chart for 10 weeks. Other singles released were "You Can Swing It" and, "To Anyone" both which failed to chart. The album charted in the United States at Easton is the co-writer on three tracks on the album . Recorded by Neal Pogue, with assistance by Shawn Berman. Mixed by Peter Arata. Angela Dauphiney, Antoinette Brown, Charlene White, Mildred Black, Sheena Easton, Valerie Davis: Vocal Backing. Vassal Benford: All Instruments and Programming. Track 3 arranged and produced by Wolf & Epic.
|A||What Comes Naturally (Extended Club Version)|
|B||What Comes Naturally (Naturally Philly Edit)|
|MCA 12-53957||Sheena Easton||What Comes Naturally (12")||MCA Records||MCA 12-53957||US||1991|
|MCS 17732||Sheena Easton||What Comes Naturally (7")||MCA Records||MCS 17732||Australia||1991|
|MCD 17734||Sheena Easton||What Comes Naturally (CD, Maxi)||MCA Records||MCD 17734||Europe||1991|
|MCT 17792||Sheena Easton||What Comes Naturally (Remix) (12", Single)||MCA Records||MCT 17792||Germany||1991|
|53742||Sheena Easton||What Comes Naturally (Cass, S/Sided, Single)||MCA Records||53742||US||1991|