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4.08 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1990

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Break Through The Rock (4:18)
2. Natasha (4:50)
3. Keep The Fire Burning (4:35)
4. Clear Light (2:09)
5. My Drumbeat Heart (5:55)
6. Song Of The Mountain (4:03)
7. You Break Like A Wave (5:01)
8. Maya (4:29)
9. In The Presence Of The Spring (4:31)
10. Guiding Star (4:21)

Total Time 44:12

Line-up / Musicians

- Sally Oldfield / vocals, keyboards, programming

- Lol Ford / guitar
- Mark Stringer / guitar
- Alan Ross / guitar & backing vocals
- Mike Oldfield / guitar (1)
- Robyn Smith / keyboards
- David Clews / keyboards, programming
- Nick Woolage / sax
- Kevin Jefferies / bass
- Lee Wickens / drums
- Robyn Smith / arrangements
- Guy Sigsworth / arrangements & programming
- Colin Thurston / drum programming, producer
- Stuart Croxford Neale / backing vocals

Releases information

Artwork: Petra Louis with Maik Scharfscheer (photo)

LP CBS ‎- 467409 1 (1990, Europe)

CD CBS ‎- 467409 2 (1990, Europe)

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4 stars 'Natasha' is a beautiful album, close to her best, partly due to the fact that she wrote all of the songs (on her previous album 'Instincts', the three that she wrote were far and away the standouts-the rest was fairly mediocre). The passionate 'Break Through the Rock' begins the album very well, wi ... (read more)

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