Hold Me in Your Arms (2023 Remaster) Rick Astley
Label: BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd
Subgenre: Adult Contemporary
Artist: Rick Astley
Album including Album cover
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- 1She Wants to Dance with Me (2023 Remaster)03:18
- 2Take Me to Your Heart (2023 Remaster)03:30
- 3I Don't Want to Lose Her (2023 Remaster)03:34
- 4Giving Up On Love (2023 Remaster)04:05
- 5Ain't Too Proud to Beg (2023 Remaster)04:21
- 6Till Then (Time Stands Still) [2023 Remaster]03:19
- 7Dial My Number (2023 Remaster)04:12
- 8I'll Never Let You Down (2023 Remaster)03:59
- 9I Don't Want to Be Your Lover (2023 Remaster)04:02
- 10Hold Me in Your Arms (2023 Remaster)04:36
Info for Hold Me in Your Arms (2023 Remaster)
Newly remastered at Abbey Road. "Hold Me In Your Arms" is the platinum-selling sophomore album from Rick Astley. The follow up album to Rick’s smash-hit debut album ‘Whenever You Need Somebody’ marks its 35th Anniversary in 2023 and reached the Top 10 in multiple markets including the UK, Canada, Germany, Italy and more.
Newly remastered at Abbey Road, ‘Hold Me In Your Arms’ would be Rick’s last album to be produced by British songwriting royalty – Stock, Aitken and Waterman. Six of the ten songs featured on this album were original compositions written and co-produced by Rick himself, its hits singles include ‘She Wants To Dance With Me’, the SAW-penned ‘Take Me To Your Heart’ and title track ‘Hold Me In Your Arms’.
Rick Astley, vocals
Shirley Lewis, backing vocals
Matt Aitken, guitar
Mike Stock, keyboards, drum programming (Linn)
George De Angelis, keyboards
With his rich, deep voice, Rick Astley became an overnight sensation in the late '80s with his well-crafted dance-pop. Astley was discovered by the producer Pete Waterman in 1985 singing in the English soul band FBI. After that, Waterman's production team -- Stock, Aitken & Waterman -- took Astley under their wing, writing and producing such impeccably crafted pop singles as 'Never Gonna Give You Up' and 'Together Forever.' After two hugely successful albums in the U.S. and the U.K., Astley grew tired of being labeled Stock, Aitken & Waterman's 'puppet' and severed his connections with the team; he resurfaced in 1991 with the soul-injected Free, which contained the Top Ten hit, 'Cry for Help.' (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)
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