Arranged By – Al GorgoniBacking Vocals – Shawn ThompsonLead Vocals – Charlotte RossWritten-By – Coffing, Tyrell, Tyrell
|2||How Do You Talk To An Angel|
Arranged By – Bob Mann, Steve TyrellBacking Vocals – Alex Desert, Charlotte Ross, Cheryl Pollak, James Walters, Ken Garito, Shawn Thompson, Zachary ThroneHarmony Vocals – Shawn ThompsonLead Vocals – James WaltersProgrammed By – Barry CoffingRemix – Chris Lord-AlgeWritten-By – Coffing, Tyrell, Tyrell
Arranged By – Steve TyrellLead Vocals – James WaltersWritten-By – James Walters
Arranged By – Al Gorgoni, Steve TyrellHarmony Vocals – Mike FinniganLead Vocals – Alex DesertWritten-By – Calnan, Gruska, Finnigan
|5||What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)|
Backing Vocals – Charlotte Ross, Cheryl Pollak, Ken Garito, Shawn ThompsonHarmony Vocals – Zachary ThroneLead Vocals – Alex DesertProgrammed By, Arranged By – Guy MoonWritten-By – Fuqua, Bristol, Bullock
Backing Vocals – Charlotte Ross, Cheryl PollakLead Vocals – Alex DesertProgrammed By, Arranged By – Guy MoonWritten-By – Dave Mason
|7||Children Of The Night|
Arranged By – Guy Moon, Steve TyrellHarmony Vocals – Shawn ThompsonLead Vocals – James WaltersProgrammed By – Guy MoonWritten-By – D. Palmer, S. Tyrell
|8||Strongest Man Alive|
Arranged By – Ken GaritoBacking Vocals – Alex DesertLead Vocals – Ken GaritoWritten-By – Shawn Thompson
Backing Vocals – Ken GaritoLead Vocals – Zachary ThroneProgrammed By, Arranged By – Guy MoonWritten-By – Ken Garito
|10||The Man You Used To Be (A Song For Dad)|
Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangement] – Paul BuckmasterArranged By [Vocal Arrangement] – Barry CoffingBacking Vocals – Alex Desert, Charlotte Ross, Cheryl Pollak, Ken Garito, Zachary ThroneLead Vocals – Shawn ThompsonWritten-By – Shawn Thompson
Arranged By – Zachary ThroneLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Zachary ThroneWritten-By – Zachary Throne
|12||I'm Still On Your Side|
Arranged By – Guy Moon, Steve TyrellBacking Vocals – Alex Desert, Charlotte Ross, Cheryl Pollak, Ken GaritoHarmony Vocals – Zachary ThroneLead Vocals – James WaltersProgrammed By – Guy MoonRemix – Chris Lord-AlgeWritten-By – Vallance, Barnes, Cain
Arranged By – Barry Coffing, Zachary ThroneBacking Vocals – Alex Desert, Charlotte Ross, Cheryl Pollak, James Walters, Ken Garito, Shawn Thompson, Zachary ThroneHarmony Vocals – Zachary ThroneLead Vocals – Shawn ThompsonProgrammed By – Barry CoffingWritten-By – Coffing, Tyrell, Tyrell
|14||Rear View Mirror|
Backing Vocals – Alex Desert, Charlotte Ross, Cheryl Pollak, Zachary ThroneLead Vocals – Shawn ThompsonProgrammed By, Arranged By – John GouxWritten-By – D. Tate, Diesel
|CDP 0777 7 80328 2 3, CDEST 2189, 0777-78032820||The Heights||Music From The Television Show "The Heights" (CD, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records||CDP 0777 7 80328 2 3, CDEST 2189, 0777-78032820||UK & Europe||1992|
|7 80328-1, EKPL0285||The Heights||Music From The Television Show "The Heights" (LP, Album)||Capitol Records, EMI / Kemongsa Music Ltd.||7 80328-1, EKPL0285||South Korea||1992|
|CDP 0777 7 80328 2 3||The Heights||Music From The Television Show "The Heights" (CD, Album, Sou)||Capitol Records||CDP 0777 7 80328 2 3||US||1992|
|TOCP-7527||The Heights||Music From The Television Show "The Heights" (CD, Album)||Capitol Records||TOCP-7527||Japan||1992|
|0777 7 80328 2 3, CDEST 2189||The Heights||Music From The Television Show "The Heights" (CD, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||0777 7 80328 2 3, CDEST 2189||Netherlands||1992|
- Acoustic Guitar – Ken Garito, Zachary Throne
- Coordinator [Production] – Joey Averback, Mark Heyes
- Design – DZN
- Drums, Percussion – Ken Garito
- Electric Guitar – James Walters, Zachary Throne
- Guitar, Soloist – Bob Mann, Dean Parks, John Goux, Michael Landau, Michael Thompson, Zachary Throne
- Keyboards, Bass – Zachary Throne
- Mastered By – Alan Yoshida
- Mixed By – David Schober
- Mixed By [Assistant] – Mats Blomberg
- Musician [Additional] – Anita Sherman, Barry Coffing, Freddie Washington, Gary Malaber, Guy Moon, Jim Cox, Juke Logan, John "JR" Robinson, Johnnie B. Fiori, Leland Sklar, Lenny Castro, Marlena Jeter, Mortonette Jenkins, Steve Tyrell
- Organ [B-3], Piano, Soloist – Billy Preston, Mike Finnigan
- Producer – Steve Tyrell
- Producer [Associate Album Producer] – Barry Coffing
- Recorded By – Dale Penner, David Hines, David Schober, Gabe Veltri, Michael E. Ross
- Recorded By [Assistant] – Chris Proler, Dean Maher, Endre Lukacsy, Gary Winger, Gil Morales, Jason Mauza, Nick Sample , Paul Lundin, Roger Bartlett, Zachary Blackstone
- Saxophone – Cheryl Pollak
- Saxophone, Soloist – Brandon Fields (tracks: 1 to 9, 11 to 13), Dave Koz (tracks: 10, 14)
Recorded at Tyrell Music, L.A.
Additional recording at Tempo Recording, L.A.; Little Mountain Sound Studios Ltd., Vancouver & Conway Recording, L.A.
Mixed at Skip Saylor Studios, L.A.
Mastered at A&M Mastering Studios, L.A.
(P) & © 1992 Capitol Records, Inc./ Spelling Television Inc.
Printed in Germany
Made in Germany
There are no IFPI codes on the disc.
- Label Code: E1103
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Spelling Television Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Spelling Television Inc.
- Manufactured By – PT. Aquarius Musikindo
- Recorded At – Tyrell Music
- Recorded At – Tempo Recording
- Recorded At – Little Mountain Sound Studios
- Recorded At – Conway Studios
- Mixed At – Skip Saylor Recording
- Remixed At – One On One Studios
- Mastered At – A&M Mastering Studios
The Heights - вымышленная рок-группа, герои одноимённого американского музыкального телесериала The Heights производства канала Fox. Сам сериал из 13 серий показал низкие рейтинги и в итоге ограничился единственным сезоном, показанным с августа по ноябрь 1992, но 1 песня - How Do You Talk to an Angel вокал Джейми Уолтерса - стала хитом, возглавив американские чарты. Songs in album The Heights - Music From The Television Show The Heights 1992. The Heights - I'm Still On Your Side. The Heights - Rea. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1992 Cassette от Music From The Television Show The Heights на Heights performs in the music video How Do You Talk to an Angel from the album The Heights Music from the Television Show recorded for Capitol Records. Jamie Walters sings into a. See full summary . Director: Jim Hershleder. Stars: The Heights, Jamie Walters. The Heights' is not only the name of the suburb a group of young adults lives in, it's also the name of the rock band they've set up. During its 12 episodes, the show tells partly comedian, partly serious and melancholy about relations, crises and important events in the lives of the young people. Each shows features a song of the band. Written by Tom Zoerner . The Heights is an American musical drama series that aired Thursday at 9:00 pm on the Fox network from August to November 1992. The Heights centered on a fictional band also called The Heights made up of mostly working-class young adults. Episodes regularly featured one of their songs. The eventual theme song for the show, How Do You Talk to an Angel sung by cast member Jamie Walters, went to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and was the first song from a television show to top the Hot. The Heights Music from the Television Show. The Heights musical. Natalie Lyrics. About The Heights Music from the Television Show. The Heights Music from the Television Show Q&A. Listen free to 1992-The Heights -Music From The Television Show. Hmm, it looks like we dont know much about this album. Can you help us out Add artwork. Start the wiki. Tag this album. Do you have the artwork for this album Add artwork. From the Heights. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Just listen to Music From the Television Show The Heights: The schlockfest How Do You Talk to an Angel goes down easier than most No. 1 songs, and at least one Height, Zachary Throne, penned and sings a killer pop song here in Joanne. Dig the irony - the last guy who had a hit with that title used to be a Monkee. The Heights. TV Show. Science & Nature. From the Archive. Audio Described. Family strains show for Sully and his mother, and Sabine turns matchmaker for Mich. 26 mins. The Heights was a fictional band of mostly middle-class young adults created for the television series of the same name. Episodes from the show regularly featured one of their songs. The theme song for the show, How Do You Talk to an Angel, went to 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and was the first song from a television show to top the Hot 100 since 1985