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Unlike his previous albums, this non-rhythmic offering, using new electronic elements such as the Fairlight CMI computer, was more of Cerrone exploring the entire musical landscape. Lyricist Pamela Forrest, a Liverpool-born, Paris-based lyricist, added her magic to the album. Cerrone also returned to the erotic album covers, using an existing Cheyco Leidmann photograph of a bare-breasted blonde in a lawnchair, and inserting himself in the photograph.
In a true return to form, "You Are the One" was the cornerstone of his seventh record. An minute version of "Cherry Tree" remains on the shelf. This album was rumoured to have been recorded twice: first with Stoke-on-Trent , England, native Kay Garner, long the voice of Cerrone's biggest successes; and then with Brown.
The version with Garner on the lead vocals has never been released. As a bridge between Cerrone's seventh and eighth albums, a 12" single, "Tripping on the Moon", was released prior and was a blockbuster import hit. Sung by Kay Garner, and vocally reminiscent in tone of "Supernature", it was never released in North America as a single. Although the title track was a mild chart hit in the nightclub , the album's lone bright spot was a re-recording of "Supernature" sung by Montreal-based Nanette Workman.
A short time thereafter, Canadian-born singer Claudja Barry did a cover version of "Trippin'", released on Personal Records. His ninth album, Your Love Survived , featured male lead vocals other than his own sung by Arthur Simms. Pamela Forrest also rejoined the cast, writing lyrics on the album. Key tracks included "Get Your Lovin'" and "Workout". Another return to form was his tenth album, Where Are You Now? Perhaps the most-interesting Cerrone record that was never to be on a full-length album was his interpretation of "Standing in the Shadows of Love" intertwined with his own composition "Freak Connection".
It was released only in France. Cerrone's boutique label, Crocos, was the home to a number of independently produced projects. Don Ray created a furore with his dance-pop album Garden of Love , which was written with Cerrone, the entire album is considered a seminal classic.
The previously mentioned Lene Lovich wrote the lyrics. Revelacion, a studio act, released two albums: a side-long version of "House Of The Rising Sun" on Crocos which was also released at almost the same time as Santa Esmeralda's second album and "Don't Give A Damn", a minute electronic-spiced, downtempo track recalling "Music of Life" on Malligator.Nov 11, · A wonderful package – a very limited set that includes the first three albums from Cerrone, with bonus CD versions as well! First up is Love In C Minor – the fantastic first album by Cerrone – a landmark disco record that features the 16 minute long "Love In C Minor" – a swirling bit of strings, beats, and female voices – one of those tunes that forever went onto .