Features Song Lyrics for Betsy Cook's The Girl Who Ate Herself album.
Hard to find track from Betsy Cook's album 'The Girl Who Ate Herself', with immaculate production from Sir Trevor Horn.
Tracklist: 1. Love Is The Groove, 2. How Can I Believe, 3. Docklands, 4. Exchange Some Energy, 5. Look To Yourself, 6. Wonderland, 7. Hold Me Tight, 8. Nothing Ventured, 9. Diving, 10. Hand On My Shoulder, 11. Love Is The Groove (Reprise).
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The Girl Who Ate Herself is the debut album by the American-born singer-songwriter Betsy Cook. It was released in 1992 by EastWest Records. Prior to the release of the album, Cook was a songwriter, session musician and backing vocalist for other artists, and had worked with Paul Young, George Michael, Marc Almond, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Seal and Gerry Rafferty.
Betsy Cook is an American-born singer, songwriter and musician. Since the late 1970s, she has worked mainly in the United Kingdom and collaborated with various British artists such as Gerry Rafferty, Ray Jackson, Lindisfarne, George Michael, Paul Young, Seal and Marc Almond. She later became affiliated with the acclaimed producer Trevor Horn and worked on several of his projects in the late 1980s and early 1990s before releasing her own album, The Girl Who Ate Herself, in 1992. As a songwriter, Cook was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1988 for the song "Telling Me Lies".
Gomershall Guitar – Bruce WoolleyProducer – Betsy Cook, Bruce Woolley. Wonderland Drums – Stuart Elliot Engineer – Ingo VaukEngineer – Stephen 6 Fitzmaurice Guitar – Richard BruntonMixed By – Paul Gomershall Mixed By – Richard MorrisProducer – Betsy Cook, Stuart Elliot Recorded By – Charles SteelRecorded By – Hugh Murphy.
The Girl Who Ate Herself – The Girl Who Ate Herself is the debut album by the American-born singer-songwriter Betsy Cook. It was released in 1992 by EastWest Records, Cook had actually started recording her own material as early as 1984, when she recorded and co-produced versions of her songs Nothing Ventured and Wonderland with her then-husband Hugh Murphy. Wonderland was then recorded by Paul Young in 1986, with Cook on backing vocals, although the album failed to make any commercial impact, the material gained enough prominence to be covered by more established artists in later years
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|1||Love Is The Groove||5:20|
|2||How Can I Believe||4:00|
|4||Exchange Some Energy||4:02|
|5||Look To Yourself||4:24|
|7||Hold Me Tight||4:02|
|10||Hand On My Shoulder||4:01|
|11||Love Is The Groove (Reprise)||0:58|
NotesPromo in cardboard picture sleeve.
Track 11 is not listed on the release.
Disc matrix: 903176429-2
|9031-76429-2||Betsy Cook||The Girl Who Ate Herself (CD, Album)||EastWest||9031-76429-2||Europe||1992|
|WX 457, 9031-76429-1||Betsy Cook||The Girl Who Ate Herself (LP)||EastWest, EastWest||WX 457, 9031-76429-1||Germany||1992|
|WICD 5145||Betsy Cook||The Girl Who Ate Herself (CD, Album)||Tusk Music||WICD 5145||South Africa||1992|
|9031-76429-4||Betsy Cook||The Girl Who Ate Herself (Cass, Album)||EastWest||9031-76429-4||Europe||1992|