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Tina Arena

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Tina Arena's slow-developing international career must be a source of frustration to Sony Music. Given the pop singer/songwriter's success in her native Australia, where In Deep, her second Epic album, became a number one hit upon its release in August 1997, the obvious plan is to turn her into a down-under Celine Dion. In that pursuit, this American reconfiguration has added "If I Was a River," written by Diane Warren (who wrote Dion's "Because You Loved Me") and produced by Walter Afanasieff, who also produces Dion and Mariah Carey, as well as a duet with Marc Anthony on "I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You," written by James Horner and Will Jennings (who wrote Dion's "My Heart Will Go On"). The album was produced in typically gargantuan fashion by Jim Steinman, and "Lifetime" was used in the 1998 film The Mask of Zorro. Actually, Arena is not the next Dion, and she doesn't need this kind of high-powered help. Her own songs, co-written with a team of others, are perfectly good contemporary pop/rock, and she sings them with passionate commitment. The six songs produced by Foreigner's Mick Jones have a harder rock edge (not surprisingly), notably a cover of Foreigner's "I Want to Know What Love Is," but the four produced by David Tyson can rock out, too. Nevertheless, Arena is not distinctive enough a singer or songwriter to break through on her recordings alone. If she wants American success, she will have to work for it. On the one hand, the U.S. market has never been so open to female performers; on the other hand, there's a glut of them. In Deep is brimming with potential hit singles (it spawned three in Australia), but it had no commercial impact upon release in the U.S., which must be considered a disappointment after the modest American success of her Epic debut, Don't Ask, in 1996.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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1
Burn (Album Version)
00:04:43

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - Armen Ksadjikian, Acoustic Cello - Jeff Jacobs, Programmer - Jeff Jacobs, Keyboards - Jeff Jacobs, Piano - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Pam Reswick, Composer - Pam Reswick, Lyricist - Tommy Byrnes, Guitar - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Recording Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Mike Dy, 2nd Engineer - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Arranger - Bob Mann, Guitar - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Producer - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Werfel, Composer - Steve Werfel, Lyricist - Chris Lor-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Tom Banhart, Engineer - Steve Gallagher, Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Recording Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

2
If I Was A River (Album Version)
00:05:20

Diane Warren, Composer - Diane Warren, Lyricist - Walter Afanasieff, Producer - Tina Arena, Performer

(P) 1998 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

3
No Shame (Album Version)
00:05:17

Walter Afanasieff, Producer - Tina Arena, Performer - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Steve Werfel, Composer - Steve Werfel, Lyricist - Pam Reswick, Composer - Pam Reswick, Lyricist

(P) 1998 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

4
If I Didn't Love You (Album Version)
00:05:02

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - Armen Ksadjikian, Acoustic Cello - Jeff Jacobs, Programmer - Jeff Jacobs, Keyboards - Jeff Jacobs, Piano - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Pam Reswick, Composer - Pam Reswick, Lyricist - Tommy Byrnes, Guitar - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Recording Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Guitar - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Producer - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Werfel, Composer - Steve Werfel, Lyricist - Chris Lor-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Tom Banhart, Engineer - Steve Gallagher, Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Recording Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

5
Sixteen Years (Album Version)
00:05:10

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, Recording Engineer - Armen Ksadjikian, Acoustic Cello - David Tyson, Producer - David Tyson, Programmer - David Tyson, Keyboards - David Tyson, Piano - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Tommy Byrnes, Guitar - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Dave Tyson, Composer - Dave Tyson, Lyricist - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Guitar - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Christopher Ward, Composer - Christopher Ward, Lyricist - Steve Gallagher, Recording Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

6
I Want To Live With You (Album Version)
00:04:52

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - Armen Ksadjikian, Acoustic Cello - Jeff Jacobs, Programmer - Jeff Jacobs, Keyboards - Jeff Jacobs, Piano - Marc Anthony, Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Pam Reswick, Composer - Pam Reswick, Lyricist - Tommy Byrnes, Guitar - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Recording Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Guitar - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Producer - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Werfel, Composer - Steve Werfel, Lyricist - Chris Lor-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Tom Banhart, Engineer - Steve Gallagher, Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Recording Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

7
Flashback (Album Version)
00:04:25

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - Armen Ksadjikian, Acoustic Cello - Jeff Jacobs, Programmer - Jeff Jacobs, Keyboards - Jeff Jacobs, Piano - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Tommy Byrnes, Guitar - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Recording Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Guitar - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Martin Page, Composer - Martin Page, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Producer - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Chris Lor-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Tom Banhart, Engineer - Steve Gallagher, Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Recording Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

8
In Command (Album Version)
00:05:30

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, Recording Engineer - David Tyson, Producer - David Tyson, Programmer - David Tyson, Keyboards - David Tyson, Piano - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tommy Bynes, Guitar - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Heather Field, Composer - Heather Field, Lyricist - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Dave Tyson, Composer - Dave Tyson, Lyricist - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - Armen Ksajikian, Acoustic Cello - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Guitar - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Gallagher, Recording Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

9
Unsung Hero (Album Version)
00:04:07

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, Recording Engineer - Armen Ksadjikian, Acoustic Cello - David Tyson, Producer - David Tyson, Programmer - David Tyson, Keyboards - David Tyson, Piano - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Tommy Byrnes, Guitar - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Dave Tyson, Composer - Dave Tyson, Lyricist - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Guitar - Dean McTaggart, Composer - Dean McTaggart, Lyricist - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Gallagher, Recording Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

10
Now I Can Dance (Album Version)
00:05:53

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - Armen Ksadjikian, Acoustic Cello - David Tyson, Producer - Jeff Jacobs, Programmer - Jeff Jacobs, Keyboards - Jeff Jacobs, Piano - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Tommy Byrnes, Guitar - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Engineer - Michael Lattanzi, Recording Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Dave Tyson, Composer - Dave Tyson, Lyricist - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Guitar - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Scanlon, Mixing Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - D. Tyson, Lyricist - D. Tyson, Composer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Composer - Tina Arena, Lyricist - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Engineer - Paul Lani, Recording Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

11
I Want To Know What Love Is (Album Version)
00:06:21

Leland Sklar, Bass - Peter Doel, 2nd Engineer - Tom Banghart, 2nd Engineer - LOU GRAMM, Recorder - Armen Ksadjikian, Acoustic Cello - Jeff Jacobs, Programmer - Jeff Jacobs, Keyboards - Jeff Jacobs, Piano - Crystal Taliefaro, Background Vocal - Crystal Taliefaro, Percussion - Tommy Byrnes, Guitar - Greg Arreguin, Guitar - Schuyler Deale, Bass - Tim Pierce, Guitar - Michael Lattanzi, Recording Engineer - Robert Becker, Viola - Michael Thompson, Guitar - John Scanlon, Viola - Scott Gilman, Saxophone - Doug Sax, Mastering Engineer - Michael Markman, Violin - Mike Baumgartner, 2nd Engineer - Andrew Cooke, Acoustic Cello - Darius Campo, Violin - John Robinson, Percussion - John Robinson, Drums - Robert Peterson, Violin - Bob Mann, Arranger - Bob Mann, Guitar - Steve Genewick, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Turgon, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Producer - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Background Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Percussion - Rick Price, Background Vocal - Rick Price, Guitar - Erica Duke Kirkpatrick, Acoustic Cello - Edie Markman, Violin - David Boruff, Saxophone - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Chris Lor-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Tom Banhart, Engineer - Steve Gallagher, Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - Ralph Carr, Executive Producer - Tina Arena, Background Vocal - Tina Arena, Performer - Paul Lani, Recording Engineer - Joel Peskin, Saxophone - Terri Wong, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Productions Pty. Ltd.

12
I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You (Duet with Marc Anthony) (Album Version)
00:04:42

Jim Steinman, Producer - Jim Steinman, Arranger - Frank Filipetti, Mixing Engineer - Marc Anthony, Vocal - Jeff Bova, Arranger - Jeff Bova, Programmer - Steven Rinkoff, Co-Producer - Steven Rinkoff, Engineer - Tina Arena, Vocal - Tina Arena duet with Marc Anthony, Performer - Will Jennings, Lyricist - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer

(P) 1998 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

Tina Arena's slow-developing international career must be a source of frustration to Sony Music. Given the pop singer/songwriter's success in her native Australia, where In Deep, her second Epic album, became a number one hit upon its release in August 1997, the obvious plan is to turn her into a down-under Celine Dion. In that pursuit, this American reconfiguration has added "If I Was a River," written by Diane Warren (who wrote Dion's "Because You Loved Me") and produced by Walter Afanasieff, who also produces Dion and Mariah Carey, as well as a duet with Marc Anthony on "I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You," written by James Horner and Will Jennings (who wrote Dion's "My Heart Will Go On"). The album was produced in typically gargantuan fashion by Jim Steinman, and "Lifetime" was used in the 1998 film The Mask of Zorro. Actually, Arena is not the next Dion, and she doesn't need this kind of high-powered help. Her own songs, co-written with a team of others, are perfectly good contemporary pop/rock, and she sings them with passionate commitment. The six songs produced by Foreigner's Mick Jones have a harder rock edge (not surprisingly), notably a cover of Foreigner's "I Want to Know What Love Is," but the four produced by David Tyson can rock out, too. Nevertheless, Arena is not distinctive enough a singer or songwriter to break through on her recordings alone. If she wants American success, she will have to work for it. On the one hand, the U.S. market has never been so open to female performers; on the other hand, there's a glut of them. In Deep is brimming with potential hit singles (it spawned three in Australia), but it had no commercial impact upon release in the U.S., which must be considered a disappointment after the modest American success of her Epic debut, Don't Ask, in 1996.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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