Thursday, January 6, 2022

Debbie Harry - Def, Dumb & Blonde (1989)

Debbie Harry - Def, Dumb & Blonde (1989)

Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "I Want That Man"   3:43
2. "Lovelight"   3:56
3. "Kiss It Better"   4:19
4. "Bike Boy §"   2:47
5. "Get Your Way"   6:13
6. "Maybe for Sure"   4:30
7. "I'll Never Fall In Love ‡"   3:19
8. "Calmarie"   4:42
9. "Sweet and Low"   4:49
10. "He Is So"   5:10
11. "Bugeye"   4:06
12. "Comic Books §"   2:34
13. "Forced to Live ‡"   2:02
14. "Brite Side"   4:34
15. "End of the Run"   7:04
§ = Bonus tracks on both Cassette & CD versions;
‡ = Bonus tracks on CD version only.


Vinyl album

Side A
"I Want That Man" (Tom Bailey, Alannah Currie) – 3:43
"Lovelight" (Stein) – 3:56
"Kiss It Better" (Bailey, Currie, Harry) – 4:19
"Maybe for Sure" – 4:30
"Calmarie" (Toledo, Vasconcelos) – 4:42
"Get Your Way" – 6:13

Side B
"Sweet and Low" (Toni C., Harry) – 4:49
"He Is So" – 5:10
"Brite Side" – 4:34
"Bugeye" – 4:06
"End of the Run" – 7:04


Cassette

Side A
"I Want That Man" (Bailey, Currie) – 3:43
"Lovelight" (Stein) – 3:56
"Kiss It Better" (Bailey, Currie, Harry) – 4:19
"Bike Boy" – 2:47
"Get Your Way" – 6:13
"Maybe for Sure" – 4:30
"Calmarie" (Toledo, Vasconcelos) – 4:42

Side B
"Sweet and Low" (Toni C., Harry) – 4:49
"He Is So" – 5:10
"Bugeye" – 4:06
"Comic Books" (Mick Zone, Paul Zone, Armand Zone) – 2:34
"Brite Side" – 4:34
"End of the Run" – 7:04


Cassette (Other Version)

Side A
"I Want That Man" (Bailey, Currie) – 3:43
"Lovelight" (Stein) – 3:56
"Kiss It Better" (Bailey, Currie, Harry) – 4:19
"Comic Books" (Mick Zone, Paul Zone, Armand Zone) – 2:34
"Maybe for Sure" – 4:30
"Calmarie" (Toledo, Vasconcelos) – 4:42

Side B
"Sweet and Low" (Toni C., Harry) – 4:49
"He Is So" – 5:10
"Bugeye" – 4:06
"Brite Side" – 4:34
"Get Your Way" – 6:13
"Bike Boy" – 2:47
"End of the Run" – 7:04



Debbie Harry Band Members / Musicians
Deborah Harry – vocals, producer
Additional personnel
Chris Stein – guitars, backing vocals, producing assistance, musical arrangements, producer
Leigh Foxx – bass guitar
Phil Astley – synthesizer programming, keyboards
Steve Goldstein – keyboards
Thommy Price – drums
Terry Bozzio – drums
Paulinho da Costa – percussion
Keith Primi – backing vocals
Dennis Christopher – backing vocals
Ian Astbury – backing vocals
Gary Valentine – backing vocals
Mike Chapman – backing vocals, producer
Bobby Khozouri – keyboards
Mac Quayle – keyboards
Arthur Baker – drums, additional production, remixing
David Bravo – keyboards, programming
Toni C. (Antoinette Colandero) – keyboards, programming, producer
Johann Brundquist – keyboards (overdubs)
Arif St. Michael – backing vocals
Adele Bertei – backing vocals
Biti Strauchn – backing vocals
Tom Bailey – Fairlight, producer
Geoff Dugmore – drums
Eric "E.T." Thorngren – producer, arranger
Ben Grosse – additional production, remixing
George Tutko – sound engineer
James "Doc" Dougherty – engineer
Bob Paustian – mix engineer
Paul McKenna – mix engineer
Steve Peck – engineer
Arthur Elgort – photography
Deborah Norcross – art direction, design
Jeri Helden – art direction, design



Def, Dumb & Blonde is the 3rd solo album by the American singer Deborah Harry. Released in October 1989 on Sire Records in the US and Chrysalis Records in the UK, the album saw Harry reverting from "Debbie" to "Deborah" as her professional name. Harry worked with a variety of producers on the album, including Tom Bailey of the Thompson Twins and Mike Chapman who had previously produced the last four Blondie albums. "I wanted to do certain things that were reminiscent of Blondie," she stated.

It was also revealed that the original title of the album was "Dream Season" but it was changed due to a similarly titled Pat Benatar album – presumably the previous year's Wide Awake in Dreamland.


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