On March 28, 1989.

Alannah Myles

On March 28, 1989, “Atlantic” label released the self-titled debut Alannah Myles album. It was recorded in 1988, at “McClear Place Studios”, “Eastern Sound”, “Sundown Sudios” and “Sounds Interchange Studios” in Toronto, and was produced by David Tyson and Christopher Ward.


  • Alannah Myles- lead and backing vocals
  • Kurt Schefter – guitars
  • David Wipper – acoustic guitar, mandolin
  • David Tyson- keyboards, bass, backing vocals
  • Steve Webster – bass
  • Jørn Andersen – drums
  • Gary Craig – drums
  • John Johnson – saxophone
  • Rick Waychesko – trumpet
  • Michael Sloski – percussion
  • Roberto Bartolucci – guitar overdubs
  • Scott Humphrey- keyboard programming
  • Lisa Dalbello- backing vocals
  • Peter Fredette – backing vocals
  • Dean McTaggart- backing vocals
  • Jackie Richardson- backing vocals
  • Christopher Ward- backing vocals
  • Pete Willis, Mike Jones – engineers
  • Kevin Doyle – engineer, mixing
  • Paul Lani – mixing
  • George Marino – mastering
  • Deborah Samuel – photography

Track listing:

  1. Still Got This Thing – Christopher Ward
  2. Love Is – Christopher Ward, David Tyson
  3. Black Velvet – Christopher Ward, David Tyson
  4. Rock This Joint – Christopher Ward
  5. Lover of Mine – Alannah Myles, Christopher Ward, David Tyson, Kit Johnson
  6. Kick Start My Heart – Shirley Eikhard, Chris Waters, Madeline Stone, Christopher Ward
  7. If You Want To – Christopher Ward, David Tyson
  8. Just One Kiss – Christopher Ward, David Tyson
  9. Who Loves You – Christopher Ward, David Tyson
  10. Hurry Make Love – Nancy Simmonds

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