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Album: Word of Mouth
# Song Title   Time
1)    Get Up More Info...
2)    Word Of Mouth More Info...
3)    A Time And Place More Info...
4)    Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow More Info...
5)    The Way You Look At Me More Info...
6)    Everybody Gets A Second Chance More Info...
7)    Stop Baby More Info...
8)    My Crime Of Passion More Info...
9)    Let's Pretend It Didn't Happen More Info...
10)    Before (The Next Heartache Falls) More Info...
 

Album: Word of Mouth
# Song Title   Time
1)    Get Up More Info...
2)    Word Of Mouth More Info...
3)    A Time And Place More Info...
4)    Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow More Info...
5)    The Way You Look At Me More Info...
6)    Everybody Gets A Second Chance More Info...
7)    Stop Baby More Info...
8)    My Crime Of Passion More Info...
9)    Let's Pretend It Didn't Happen More Info...
10)    Before (The Next Heartache Falls) More Info...
 
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  • Mike & The Mechanics: Paul Young (vocals); Paul Carrack (vocals, keyboards); Mike Rutherford (guitar, bass); Adrian Lee (keyboards); Peter Van Hooke (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Tim Renwick (guitar); Phil Todd (saxophone); Steve Piggot, Ian Wherry (keyboards); Pino Paladino (bass); Martin Ditcham (percussion); London Community Gospel Choir (background vocals).
  • Producers: Christopher Neil, Mike Rutherford, Russ Titelman.
  • Recorded at The Farm, Surrey, England and Olympic Studios, London, England.
  • Personnel: Paul Carrack (vocals, keyboards); Paul Young (vocals); Mike Rutherford , Tim Renwick (guitar); Philip Todd (saxophone); Steve Pigott, Adrian Lee, Ian Wherry (keyboards); Peter Van Hooke (drums); Martin Ditcham (percussion); London Community Gospel Choir (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Rob Eaton.
  • Recording information: Farm; Olympic Studios, London; Surrey Olympic Studios, London, England; The Farm, Surrey.
  • Photographers: Mike Owen ; Ted Jensen; Mike Owen.
  • Unknown Contributor Role: Ted Jensen.
  • Although it was less commercially successful than 1985's MIKE AND THE MECHANICS or 1989's THE LIVING YEARS, 1991's WORD OF MOUTH is nonetheless a fine pop-rock album. Mike Rutherford and his Mechanics--singers Paul Young and Paul Carrack, bassist Adrian Lee, and drummer Peter Van Hooke--have maintained a stable lineup from the beginning, which makes a notable difference in their sound in comparison to similar bands. Unlike albums where crews of session players back a singer-songwriter, there's a genuine "band" sound to WORD OF MOUTH.
  • The shared songwriting credits give the album a varied sound, and the interplay of Carrack and Young's soulful vocals with Rutherford's guitar and Carrack's keyboards gives the album a much more immediate and human quality than you find on the average MIDIed-to-death pop-rock album. Carrack's showcase "A Time and Place" is a particular standout.
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