Limelight

~ Release by Steve Taylor and Some Band (see all versions of this release, 4 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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A1This Disco (Used to Be a Cute Cathedral)
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A2I Want to Be a Clone
engineer:
Keith Bessey
producer:
Keith Bessey and Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer)
mixer:
Ian Eales
bass guitar:
Glen Holmen (on 1985-08-26)
drums (drum set):
Terl Bryant (on 1985-08-26)
guitar:
Jeff Stone (from Colorado; guitarist for Christian artist Steve Taylor) (on 1985-08-26)
keyboard:
Steve Peters (keyboardist) (on 1985-08-26)
saxophone:
Dave Thrush (on 1985-08-26)
background vocals:
Mr. Holmen (on 1985-08-26), Mr. Peters (keyboardist) (on 1985-08-26) and Mr. Thrush (on 1985-08-26)
lead vocals:
Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer) (on 1985-08-26)
recorded at:
Greenbelt Festival 1985, Day 5 (1985-08-26)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Live at Greenbelt, Ltd. (in 1986)
recorded at:
Greenbelt Festival Grounds (Castle Ashby, 1984–1992) in Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom (on 1985-08-26)
mixed at:
Weddington Studios in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
engineered at:
Gallery Studio (Chertsey, until 1997) in Chertsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
I Want to Be a Clone (on 1985-08-26)
lyricist and composer:
Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer)
publisher:
Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing (folded into Capitol CMG Publishing in 2013-01), Capitol CMG Publishing, Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company Inc. (from 1982 to ????), Birdwing Music (from 1982 to present), C.A. Music (from 1982 to present) and Universal Music - Brentwood Benson Publishing (ASCAP) (from 1982 to present)
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A3You Don’t Owe Me Nothing
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A4On the Fritz
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B1We Don’t Need No Colour Code
engineer:
Keith Bessey
producer:
Keith Bessey and Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer)
mixer:
Ian Eales
bass guitar:
Glen Holmen (on 1985-08-26)
drums (drum set):
Terl Bryant (on 1985-08-26)
guitar:
Jeff Stone (from Colorado; guitarist for Christian artist Steve Taylor) (on 1985-08-26)
keyboard:
Steve Peters (keyboardist) (on 1985-08-26)
saxophone:
Dave Thrush (on 1985-08-26)
background vocals:
Mr. Holmen (on 1985-08-26), Mr. Peters (keyboardist) (on 1985-08-26) and Mr. Thrush (on 1985-08-26)
lead vocals:
Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer) (on 1985-08-26)
recorded at:
Greenbelt Festival 1985, Day 5 (1985-08-26)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Live at Greenbelt, Ltd. (in 1986)
recorded at:
Greenbelt Festival Grounds (Castle Ashby, 1984–1992) in Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom (on 1985-08-26)
mixed at:
Weddington Studios in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
engineered at:
Gallery Studio (Chertsey, until 1997) in Chertsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
We Don’t Need No Colour Code (on 1985-08-26)
lyricist and composer:
Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer)
publisher:
Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing (folded into Capitol CMG Publishing in 2013-01), Capitol CMG Publishing, Birdwing Music (from 1983 to present), C.A. Music (from 1983 to present), Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company Inc. (from 1983 to present) and Universal Music - Brentwood Benson Publishing (ASCAP) (from 1984 to present)
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B2Whatever Happened to Sin?
engineer:
Keith Bessey
producer:
Keith Bessey and Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer)
mixer:
Ian Eales
bass guitar:
Glen Holmen (on 1985-08-26)
drums (drum set):
Terl Bryant (on 1985-08-26)
guitar:
Jeff Stone (from Colorado; guitarist for Christian artist Steve Taylor) (on 1985-08-26)
keyboard:
Steve Peters (keyboardist) (on 1985-08-26)
saxophone:
Dave Thrush (on 1985-08-26)
background vocals:
Mr. Holmen (on 1985-08-26), Mr. Peters (keyboardist) (on 1985-08-26) and Mr. Thrush (on 1985-08-26)
lead vocals:
Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer) (on 1985-08-26)
recorded at:
Greenbelt Festival 1985, Day 5 (1985-08-26)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Live at Greenbelt, Ltd. (in 1986)
recorded at:
Greenbelt Festival Grounds (Castle Ashby, 1984–1992) in Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom (on 1985-08-26)
mixed at:
Weddington Studios in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
engineered at:
Gallery Studio (Chertsey, until 1997) in Chertsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
Whatever Happened to Sin? (on 1985-08-26)
lyricist and composer:
Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer)
publisher:
Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing (folded into Capitol CMG Publishing in 2013-01), Capitol CMG Publishing, Birdwing Music (from 1982 to present), C.A. Music (from 1982 to present) and Universal Music - Brentwood Benson Publishing (ASCAP) (from 1982 to present)
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B3Meltdown (At Madame Tussaud’s)
engineer:
Keith Bessey
producer:
Keith Bessey and Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer)
mixer:
Ian Eales
bass guitar:
Glen Holmen (on 1985-08-26)
drums (drum set):
Terl Bryant (on 1985-08-26)
guitar:
Jeff Stone (from Colorado; guitarist for Christian artist Steve Taylor) (on 1985-08-26)
keyboard:
Steve Peters (keyboardist) (on 1985-08-26)
saxophone:
Dave Thrush (on 1985-08-26)
background vocals:
Mr. Holmen (on 1985-08-26), Mr. Peters (keyboardist) (on 1985-08-26) and Mr. Thrush (on 1985-08-26)
lead vocals:
Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer) (on 1985-08-26)
recorded at:
Greenbelt Festival 1985, Day 5 (1985-08-26)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Live at Greenbelt, Ltd. (in 1986)
recorded at:
Greenbelt Festival Grounds (Castle Ashby, 1984–1992) in Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom (on 1985-08-26)
mixed at:
Weddington Studios in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
engineered at:
Gallery Studio (Chertsey, until 1997) in Chertsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
Meltdown (At Madame Tussaud’s) (on 1985-08-26)
lyricist and composer:
Steve Taylor (US CCM singer–songwriter/record producer)
publisher:
Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing (folded into Capitol CMG Publishing in 2013-01), Birdwing Music (from 1983 to present), C.A. Music (from 1983 to present), Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company Inc. (from 1983 to present) and Universal Music - Brentwood Benson Publishing (ASCAP) (from 1984 to present)
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B4Not Gonna Fall Away
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