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1987 studio album by Richard Marx

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Released June 15, 1987:
Recorded October 1987-February 1987
Studio: Capitol Studios:, Lion Share Studio, Lighthouse Recorders, The Mix Room, Sunset sound
Genre: Pop Rock, THAT:, modern adult
Length: 44::41:
Label Manhattan records/EMI:
Manufacturer: Richard Marx, David Cole, Humberto Gatica
Richard Marx chronology
Singles: from: Richard Marx

Richard Marx is a debut studio album for singer / songwriter and record producer / instrumentalist, Richard Marx, was released in June 1987.

Richard became the first male artist (and the second soloist), the first Whitney Houston) to record the story to reach the top three Billboard Hot 100: four singles from his debut album, including his first single "Continue the nights“In mid-1988. Album's first single, "Don't appoint anything", Hit # 1 Billboard& # 39;s: Rock tracks on the hot continent Chart on July 4, 1987.

Development:(edit)

In the early 1980s, Richard Marx began his music career Los Angeles as a background singer and composer for other artists. Marx was determined to become a solo artist, stating that "I didn't want to put away my best songs. I should have known better", for example, was written three years ago and whenever I played. artist, i would get a really good response. It was the song I could put on the easiest, but I knew I had to be the one to do it. When I have a job Manhattan records came & # 39; early 86, I was slowly putting everything else in; I saw that this album was a challenge to show what I could really do. "(2)

Mars's relationship with the label was positive. Marx remarked, "Manhattan Records stood behind what I wrote and voiced … it is indispensable to them. I was told not to go into the studio and write hits; I was told the album I believed in. Through trial and error I found a record that feels right, and that is me. ”(2)

The album is co-authored David Colewith whom Marx worked. Cole had previously trained as a singer-songwriter Bob SegerAlbum: Like a rock which Marx said was “… it sounded great. David and I worked closely together on production to make sure the recording had that sound. "(2)

Another advantage for Marx was the list of musicians who played on the album. Marx's manager is convinced Eagles& # 39; Guitarist Oe, Walsh play on the "Don't Set Nothing" track. Two more members of the eagles: Randy Mays and: Timothy B. Schmidt background vocals also sang on that song.(3) Later Marx was nominated Grammy Award "Best Rock Vocal Performance. for the solo movie "Don't Make Nothing" for 1988.(4)

In his first debut, Marx wrote the lyrics to all the songs except "Lonely Heart" and "Remember Manhattan" Payment Waybill: from: Pipes:. The album was co-written with Marx Bruce Gaitch, Jim my Lang, and: Michael Omartian.(2) In the recording, Marx dedicated the album to his parents, Ruth and the deceased Dick Marx.(3)

Reception:(edit)

The album released five singles, each of which performed well in charts. Marx's future wife, Cynthia Rhodes, GV Bailey, and: Payment Waybill: appeared in the video for the main single "Don't Set Nothing".(5) The album finished eighth Billboard charts: and spent 86 weeks in that chart.(6) The album was certified triple platinum.(7) In: The United KingdomThe album entered the charts on April 9, 1988, where it remained for two weeks, reaching 68.(8)

The album received praise from a music critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine: is Almusikwho announced that "Richard Marx's self-titled debut album was a major pop / rock record … With the tracks carefully crafted on the radio, it was no surprise that the album became a huge hit."(1)

Graph execution:(edit)

Year: Chart: Position:
1988 The: Billboard 200 Album list: 8:
UK Albums Chart 68:

Follow the listing(edit)

All traces are written by Richard Marx, unless otherwise noted.

Staff:(edit)

Manufacturing(edit)

  • All songs by Richard Marx, except tracks 1 (Marx and Tom Keane), tracks 4 and 7 (Marx, Rhett Lawrence), track 8 (Jim Lang) and track 10 (Marx and the band).
  • Made with 1, 3 and 10 tracks Humberto Gatica Recorded and mixed by Hum Productions, Inc. with Humberto Gatica with additional recording by David Cole. "I should have known better" remix by David Cole.
  • All other tracks produced by Richard Marx and David Cole. Recorded and mixed by David Cole.
  • Second Engineers: Peter Doel, Karen Siegel, Judy Udi Klap, Sam Ramos, Steven Shelton, Jim Imme Prezios.
  • Master: Wali Tragotto
  • Production Coordination – Susanna Marie Edgren
  • Creative Director: Ken Baumstein
  • Art Direction – Paula Sher
  • Design – Anthony Sellar
  • Photography – Nels Isrealson
  • Management – Steve Drimmer and Alain Kovach
  • Clothing – American carpets
    • Published by Chi-Boy Music, "It Must Have Been Better," "Endless Summer Nights," "Stay Nights, Only Knows Heaven" and "Have Mercy."
    • Published by Chi-Boy Music and Fluke Music, "Doesn't Mean Nothing" and "Flame of Love".
    • Chi-Boy Music, released by Rhythm of Life and See This House Music.
    • Chi-Boy Music and Fee Songs released "Remember Manhattan" and "Lonely Heart".

Links:(edit)

  1. ^: a b Earlway, Stephen Thomas. Richard Mark. Overview ». Almov:. Retrieved from On September 7 2009.
  2. ^: a b c d Marx, Richard (1987). Music by Richard Marx, piano / vocal sheet. New York. Cherry Lane Music Company. str. 4. ISBN: 0-89524-346-6:.
  3. ^: a b Marx, Richard (1987). Richard Marx's CD brochure.
  4. ^: «Rock On the Net. 30th Grammy Awards 1988 ». Retrieved from On September 7 2009.
  5. ^: "You don't mean any music video". Retrieved from On September 8 2009.
  6. ^: "Music Albums, Albums and Music Charts. Billboard.com". billboard.com:. Retrieved from 2009-09-07:.
  7. ^: «RIAA Gold & Patinum». RIAA:. Retrieved from On September 8 2009.
  8. ^: a b Warwick, Neil; Jon on Coutner; Tony Brown (2004). The Complete British Chartbook. Singles and albums. Omnibus Press:. str. 705: ISBN: 1-84449-058-0:. Retrieved from On September 9th 2009.


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