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Another Page Import

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CD ORG. TARGET PRESSING


1. No Time For Talk
2. Baby Says No
3. What Am I Suppose To Believe
4. Deal 'Em Again
5. Think Of Laura
6. All Right
7. Talking In My Sleep
8. Nature Of The Game
9. Long World
10. Words Of Wisdom

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 7, 1987)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warner Off Roster
  • ASIN: B000002KYO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,137 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By NFL Fanatic on March 3, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I've been reading the reviews on this Christopher Cross release. This is largely a collection of ballads, with a few upbeat pop performances thrown in. I don't understand the criticisms of this being a ballad album. Why criticize the tempo of the music? Just give an opinion of this on the music for what is it, and not what it isn't.

I was also confused on the criticisms of "What Am I Supposed to Believe", a duet with Karla Bonoff. What is the sappiness that some of these reviewers are referring to - the lyrics? That song is the primary reason I bought this. It is, in my estimation, one of the best ballads Cross has EVER done. The soft piano and the matchup of the vocals made this one of the most enchanting songs I've heard. Lyrically speaking, haven't most of us had questions about a new relationship after having been disappointed in an old one? This should therefore be a song that audience can relate to. The piano and strings match the mood perfectly. So that's my two cents on that particular track.

"All Right" and "Think Of Laura" should be the two songs on here we recognize before getting the disc. The latter was a tribute to a departed friend that was played on a number of television soaps and informercials.

I agree with most of the favorable reviews of this. I am mostly a heavy metal listener, but for those more mellow moments, this serves well.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Bob Waskiewicz on March 5, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I Love this second Album by Christopher Cross. "All Right" was a top ten hit,but after the single came out, Christopher's record company gave up on the Album. Then one of the soap opera's started playing,"Think of Laura" and this song became a huge hit. This Album went Gold,but it was the last one for Christopher Cross. After winning five grammys,and a Oscar for "Arthur's Theme," the singer never caught on to the public. The three songs on the second side of this album are the best,"Talking in my sleep,Nature of the Game," and"Long World." They almost sound alike,but all three are beautifull songs that build to a fantastic ending. You will not be dissapointed buying this CD if you like soft,enjoyable Music. I bought the record following this one,and Chris tried to go a little harder.Its a nice change,but he should stay in the softer style.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 31, 2001
Format: Audio CD
My brother bought this CD whilst we were still living in the U.S. more than 15 years ago. The sound quality of his CD is exactly the same as the one I just received yesterday (30 May 2001). This means that Warner Bros. hasn't updated this CD during all this time. A remastered version with the current state of technology would definitely sound better. The sound quality is adequate but could be much improved.
As for the performance itself: it's beyond reproach. This is probably Cross' best album ever. And his most memorable.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By bobby morrow on August 2, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I have to disagree with the first reviewer. I really doubt this CD has been remastered. It does perhaps sound a little 'fresher' than the domestic edition but there isn't the difference in sound that the reviewer claims. Also, the packaging is poor and the CD itself isn't a modern silk-screened affair, it looks just like a WB CD you'd buy in the late 80s! Really doubt this has been remastered, then. Probably just a reissue. This also goes for the Japenese release of 'Christopher Cross' that came out at the same time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Missing Person on November 6, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Christopher Cross' second album "Another Page" came out in January of 1983 after a 3+ year gap between this & his self-titled debut. His debut is a masterpiece & a key album in the history of soft rock & adult contemporary music. This follow up, despite the gap of time between, is very much a continuation of the same sound, so much so that it basically sounds as if it could have been recorded at the same sessions as his debut. Although there are fuzzy-sounding synths on "All Right" & "Deal 'Em Again", synths aren't really that much more prominent here than they were before. Acoustic guitar is spotlighted more regularly here, but in general, the sound of the previous album, with its prominent piano & electric piano and smooth drum sound, is fully carried over. His first album was a massive commercial success, & a massive artistic success as well, so, it`s not surprising that he continued to use the same style. As with the first album, this was produced by Michael Omartian, & apart from one co-write (on "Deal 'Em Again"), everything's again written by Cross alone. Michael McDonald & Don Henley both contribute vocals again, & this time Carl Wilson & Art Garfunkel both appear as well. This album did quickly go gold, but it wasn't even close to the blockbuster the previous album was. However, the quality of the album is indeed high.

Cross does go extremely heavy on romantic ballads here, but there's no denying Cross had a real knack for them. "Nature of the Game"; the heart-wrenchingly tender "Talking In My Sleep"; the yearning "Long World"; and the incredibly bittersweet ode to a murdered friend "Think of Laura" are each wonderfully melodic soothing ballads that are built upon Cross' acoustic guitar parts; his gentle, sighing vocals are ideal for this material.
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I bought this CD many years ago as I had always loved the original release on vinyl. I trust that the person who did the transfer from analogue to digital didn't stay in his job very long! The sound quality is dire! I have over 2,500 CDs in my collection and this is the worst by far. There must... Read More
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