Lionel Richie Encore (Live)
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item number: ZENG 33482
- Released: November 25, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Universal UK
- 2.Running With The Night
- 3.Penny Lover
- 4.Tenderheart (bonus track)
- 5.Dancing On The Ceiling
- 7.Stuck On You
- 8.Brick House
- 9.Three Times A Lady
- 10.Don't Stop The Music (bonus track)
- 11.All Night Long
- 12.Say You, Say Me
- 16.To Love A Woman
This collection of live material from U.S. pop music artist Lionel Richie includes such popular songs as "Brick House" and "Dancing On The Ceiling."
CD contains 2 bonus tracks.
Personnel: Lionel Richie (background vocals); Ben Mauro (vocals, guitar); Chuckii Booker (vocals, keyboards); Derek Allen (vocals); Russ Desalvo (guitar, synthesizer); Dino Soldo (harmonica, accordion, saxophone, keyboards); Shane Keister (piano); Eric Kupper (keyboards); Patrick Carroll (electric bass, drum programming, percussion programming); Oscar Seaton (drums); Takuya "Taku" Hirano (percussion); Richie Jones (drum programming).
Audio Mixers: Dan Hetzel; David Rietzas; Mark Taylor ; Richie Jones.
Recording information: Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL (05/2001); Metrophonic Studios, England (05/2001).
Editors: David Rietzas; Joe Wolfe.
Photographers: Alan Silfen; Davis Factor.
Arrangers: Rick Wake; Russ Desalvo.
Two years after its release outside the U.S. and five months after the appearance of Lionel Richie's modestly selling seventh studio album, Just for You, Island Records belatedly presents an abridged domestic version of Richie's 2002 live album, Encore, recorded in May 2001 at Wembley Arena in England. The international version of the disc had 16 tracks, among them "Tender Heart" and "Don't Stop the Music," both from Renaissance, Richie's sixth studio album, which he was promoting at the time. They have been excised from the American version of Encore, as have the international version's final two tracks, "Goodbye" and "To Love a Woman," both duets with Enrique Iglesias. Remaining are 12 performances of Richie hits from the 1980s along with two Commodores hits of the '70s, "Brick House" and "Three Times a Lady." Richie is an engaging cheerleader of a frontman, endlessly encouraging his already enthusiastic listeners with such interjections as "C'mon!," "Yeah!," and "Let's go!" The audience is content to sing along on the familiar material, with or without Richie to join them. ~ William Ruhlmann
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