Julia Fordham is the debut album by English singer-songwriter Julia Fordham, released in 1988. The album includes the single "Happy Ever After", which reached number 27 in the UK Singles Chart, along with three further singles; "The Comfort of Strangers", (UK "Woman of the 80's" (UK and "Where Does the Time Go?" (UK All tracks written by Julia Fordham. Carlos Alomar – guitar. Brian Aris – photography. Howie B – assistant engineer.
Background information. Fordham's fourth album, Falling Forward, was released in 1994. The album peaked at N. 1 in the UK. A single, "Different Time, Different Place", narrowly missed the UK Top 40 (No. 41). In 1997, Fordham released her fifth album, East West. 1998's The Julia Fordham Collection recapped the best-known songs from these five albums and included new versions of recordings, including "Where Does The Time Go" which featured the vocals of Curtis Stigers. An show on 1 August at The Pheasantry in London was followed by one at St James' Studio 24 hours later. A homecoming gig on Hayling Island (7 August) completed the three sell-out shows. She aired a new song 'Got Your Back' from the film 'Status Unknown' at all three UK shows.
Chris Lockie The Best London Christmas Album In The World. Image by version3point1 via the Londonist Flickr pool. It’s not too late to sneak one more gift under the tree. Londonist is here to provide you with the perfect present for the music lover in your family, or indeed the lover of any sounds at all given that some of the hand-picked songs on in this brutal collection seem to consist of little more than a combination of air-raid sirens, goat noises and someone stamping on a bauble. Here is our track-by-track guide to The Best London Christmas Album Ever. That’s the spirit of Christmas right there. Track 7: Christmas in London by Julia Fordham. A wonderful live version of a lovely track involving warm hearts and frozen feet on a walk from Camden to Oxford Street. Slipped on her arse down Stanhope Street, messy business, she was livid.
The Julia Fordham Collection is the first compilation album by English singer-songwriter Julia Fordham, released in 1998. It covers ten years of Fordham's career, from her 1988 debut album up to the release of the compilation. The compilation includes selected singles and album tracks from Fordham's first five studio albums: Julia Fordham (1988), Porcelain (1989), Swept (1991), Falling Forward (1994) and East West (1997)
Fordham's first three records Julia Fordham, Porcelain and Swept all went Gold in Japan. The single "Happy Ever After" from the first record was No. 1 in Japan. The album peaked at No. 21 in the UK. A show on 1 August at The Pheasantry in London was followed by one at St James' Studio 24 hours later. She aired the new song "Got Your Back" from the film Status Unknown at all three UK shows.
Album · 1987 · 11 Songs. Julia Fordham Julia Fordham. Christmas in July (feat. Julia Fordham & Harry Shearer) - EP. 2005.
Manufactured and distributed by Virgin Records Limited. Booklet: Made in West Germany. UK: CIRCD 4. Mastered at Master Disk Corporation, New York.
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NotesThe M4A file comes encoded in stereo at 208 kbps VBR, but is in reality very lo-fi and in mono.
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