Phil Collins - Dance Into The Light
Atlantic Recording Corp./Face Value Records  (1996)
General Pop, Soft Rock

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CD    13 tracks  (60:49) 
   01   Dance Into The Light             04:24
   02   That's What You Said             04:20
   03   Lorenzo             05:52
   04   Just Another Story             06:25
   05   Love Police             04:11
   06   Wear My Hat             04:44
   07   It's In Your Eyes             03:02
   08   Oughta Know By Now             05:30
   09   Take Me Down             03:27
   10   The Same Moon             04:09
   11   River So Wide             04:57
   12   No Matter Who             04:40
   13   The Times They Are A-Changin'             05:08
Persönliche Details
Digital/Analog DDD
Audio-Kanäle Stereo
Phil Collins: Vocals, Drums, Kalimba, Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Bangpipes
Nathan East: Bass
Brad Cole: Keyboards, Strings, Organ, Darlyn Stuermer: Lead & Rythm Guitars
Ronnie Caryl: Rythm Guitar
Amy Keys & Arnold McCullen: Vocals [Tracks 1,3,6,7,8,9,10,11]
Vine St. Horns - Harry Kim - Trumpet [Tracks 1,6,7,8,9]
Daniel Fornero: Trumpet [Track 1]
Arturo Velasco: Trombone [Track 1]
Andrew Woolfolk: Saxophones [Track 1].

Produced by Phil Collins & Hugh Padgham

Engineered by Hugh Padgham assisted by Simon Osborne / All songs written by Phil Collins except "Lorenzo" by Phil Collins & Michaela Odone (Lorenzo) and "The Times They Are A- Changin' " by Bob Dylan
Horns arranged by Harry Kim & Phil Collins

There's no drum machine on this album!!

Collins, the avatar of '80s and '90s nice-guy pop, has endeared himself to millions with his earnest lyrics, lavish arrangements and guy-next-door persona. On DANCE INTO THE LIGHT, he goes worldwide, at least in a musical way. With its prominent African influence, DANCE INTO THE LIGHT represents Collins' first foray outside his American pop and R&B roots. Here, Collins' hook-laden pop takes a back seat to a more worldbeat-oriented sound. One gets the impression he's been holed up with GRACELAND and the complete works of former Genesis bandmate Peter Gabriel for the last year.

The rhythms, horn lines and offhand lyrics of "Wear My Hat" recall Paul Simon's "I Know What I Know," while his cover of Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'" sounds like a combination of Gabriel's "Biko" and "Solsbury Hill." Collins maintains an overall sound consistent with his previous albums, but the focus has shifted from melody to groove. The supple polyrhythms of the title cut find him working hard to disprove the title of his old Genesis hit "I Can't Dance."

Atlantic Recording Corporation, 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019. A Time Warner Company. ©1996 Phillip Collins Ltd. Exclusively Licensed to Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the World Outside the United States. Printed In U.S.A. WARNING: Unauthorized reproduction of this recording is prohibited by Federal law and subject to criminal prosecution. 82949-2