Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Carly Simon - Have You Seen Me Lately (1990)


Carly Simon - Have You Seen Me Lately (1990)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Better Not Tell Her"   5:21

2. "Didn't I?"   2:51

3. "Have You Seen Me Lately?"   4:16

4. "Life Is Eternal"   5:25

5. "Waiting at the Gate"   6:17

6. "Happy Birthday"   4:53

7. "Holding Me Tonight"   4:17

8. "It's Not Like Him"   4:31

9. "Don't Wrap It Up"   4:19

10. "Fisherman's Song"   3:54

11. "We Just Got Here"   4:22


Total length:   50:26



 

Carly Simon Band Members / Musicians

Carly Simon – lead vocals, keyboards, guitar

Teese Gohl – keyboards, string arrangements and conductor

Jimmy Ryan – acoustic guitar, backing vocals, acoustic bass (6)

Jay Berliner – Spanish guitar solo (1)

John McCurry – electric guitar (3, 7)

Dirk Ziff – additional acoustic guitar (7)

Will Lee – bass guitar (1–5, 7–10), backing vocals, additional lead vocals (4)

Bruce Samuels – acoustic bass (11)

Steve Gadd – drums

Jimmy Bralower – drum programming

NanĂ¡ Vasconcelos – additional percussion (4, 6)

Michael Brecker – EWI (3, 8)

Marvin Stamm – trumpet (7)

Lani Groves – backing vocals

Paul Samwell-Smith – backing vocals

Lucy Simon – backing vocals, additional vocals (10)

Julie Levine – additional backing vocals (4)

Ben Taylor – additional backing vocals (4, 6)

Sally Taylor – additional backing vocals (4, 6)

Judy Collins – additional vocals (10)


Producers – Frank Filipetti and Paul Samwell-Smith

Recorded and Mixed by Frank Filipetti

Assistant Engineer – John Herman

Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound (New York, NY)

Artwork and Design – Carolyn Quan

Photography – Bob Gothard

Hand Lettering – Kathy Schinhofen




Have You Seen Me Lately is the 15th studio album by American singer-songwriter Carly Simon, released by Arista Records, on September 25, 1990.

The album spent 32 weeks on the US Billboard 200, peaking at No. 60. The first single "Better Not Tell Her" was very successful on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, peaking at No. 4, and becoming Simon's biggest hit of the 1990s. The second single, "Holding Me Tonight" was also successful on this chart, peaking at No. 36. Judy Collins contributed backing vocals on the track "Fisherman's Song". The album's title track was written for the film Postcards from the Edge, but it is heard in the film only as an instrumental.

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