|You're Not The First||4:02|
|Joey (West Coast Version)||4:17|
|I Listen To The Rain||2:55|
|EPC 657508 2, 657508 2||Beverley Craven||You're Not The First (CD, Maxi)||Epic, Epic||EPC 657508 2, 657508 2||Europe||1991|
|657508 7||Beverley Craven||You're Not The First (7", Single)||Epic||657508 7||Netherlands||1991|
|EPC 657508-2||Beverley Craven||You're Not The First (CD, Maxi)||Epic||EPC 657508-2||UK||1991|
Beverley Craven is the debut album by British singer Beverley Craven, released in July 1990. The album was fully written by Craven herself and features her biggest hit single and signature song, "Promise Me". Craven signed to Epic Records in 1988, and initially recorded the album with American producer Stewart Levine (of Simply Red fame)
Complete your Beverley Craven collection. You're Not The First. (CD, Album, Unofficial).
Album by Beverley Craven. Promise Me. Holding On. Woman To Woman. Castle In The Clouds. I Listen To The Rain. MusicBrainz: Beverley Craven.
Beverley Craven is a British singer-songwriter best known for her 1991 UK Top 5 hit single "Promise Me". She has sold more. Thank you to the beautiful Buxton Opera House for hosting our first (Sold Out!) show. What a perfect way to start the second leg of our much anticipated (by me, anyway) Woman to Woman tour.
Beverley Craven is a British singer-songwriter best known for her 1991 UK Top 3 hit single "Promise Me". Her most recent album, Change of Heart, was released in 2014. She has sold over four million records in her career. In March 2009, Craven released her first album in ten years, Close To Home, fully written and produced by herself. You're Not the First".
Artist: Beverley Craven Title Of Album: Beverley Craven Year Of Release: 1990 Label: Epic Genre: Pop Quality: FLAC (image+.
Beverley Craven is the debut album by British singer Beverley Craven. It was released in July 1990. The album was fully written by Craven herself. Craven signed to Epic Records in 1988, and initially recorded the album with American producer Stewart Levine (of Simply Red fame). Craven made her first UK tour in early 1991, which was successful. In April 1991, the original lead single "Promise Me" was re-released, and this time it was heavily promoted. yeah Joey you're all I'll ever need Sometimes when I feel like I'm fighting the world I know you're on my side they're trying to control me with their promises now but we've still got each other when they try and get us down Joey, I've fallen in love, oh yeah Joey you're all.
Two more children kept Craven occupied for six years, and one might have imagined that, with such a long lay-off, she'd bounce back with something new to say. Mixed Emotions, however, is just more of the same. This time, Craven had built her own home studio, and this explains some of the album's shortcomings. Without the same pressures of time and budget, Craven was able to work on her songs and their arrangements unsupervised, and the results are over-baked. It's just a shame that the more stripped down approach of her first album has been forsaken for the slushy, tarted-up stylings that ultimately spoil this record.