Timespace: The Best Of Stevie Nicks (1991) - Stevie Nicks
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| Sometimes It's A Bitch|
Date Performance: 1991, Running Time: 4:37
Comments: Recorded at A & M Recording Studios, Los Angeles & Village Recorders, Los Angeles Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 56 Peak Dates: Oct 12, 1991 Weeks On Charts: 1 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 40 Peak Dates: Aug 3, 1991 Weeks On Charts: 1
| Stop Draggin' My Heart Around|
Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 4:04
| Whole Lotta Trouble|
Date Performance: 1989, Running Time: 4:31
Comments: (Remix) Though this seems to be the same remix, the Enchanted notes state this was remixed by Chris Lord-Alge whereas the Timespace notes list that this was remixed by Tom Lord-Alge
| Talk To Me|
Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 4:12
Comments: Recorded at Super Bear Studios, Nice, France. Vocals recorded at Studio 55. Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 4 Peak Dates: Jan 25, 1986 & Feb 1, 1986 Weeks On Charts: 17 Maria Vidal is not listed for her background vocals contribution in the Timespace notes though it appears to be the same version/mix
| Stand Back
Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:57
Comments: (Remix) Recorded at Studio 55, L.A.
| Beauty And The Beast|
Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 6:05
Comments: Recorded at A&R Recording, N.Y. Mixed at The Hit Factory, N.Y. Greg Edward(s) is not listed in the Timespace notes for his mixing work on this track though it appears to be the same version/mix
| If Anyone Falls|
Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:07
| Rooms On Fire|
Date Performance: 1989, Running Time: 4:39
| Love's A Hard Game To Play|
Date Performance: 1991, Running Time: 5:02
| Edge Of Seventeen
Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 5:27
| Leather And Lace
Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 3:48
| I Can't Wait|
Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 4:36
Comments: Recorded at Art Department Sound. Overdubs: United Wesrern, Sunset Sound, Village Recorders, Image Recorders. Mixed: Unique Recordings Studios, NYC. Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 16 Peak Dates: Apr 12, 1986 & Apr 19, 1986 Weeks On Charts: 13 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 47 Peak Dates: Nov 9, 1991 Weeks On Charts: 1
| Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You
Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 4:37
Comments: (Remix) Keith Olsen is not listed as co-songwriter in the Timespace notes
| Desert Angel|
Date Performance: 1991, Running Time: 5:22
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Jon Abramowitz, Seymour Barab, Julien Barber, John Beal, Gene Bianco, Roy Bittan, George/Jorge Black, Jon Bon Jovi, Carol(yn) Brooks, Mike/Michael Campbell, Mike/Michael Campbell, Marvin Caruso, Sharon Celani, Harry Cykman, Peter Dimitriades, Geoff Dugmore, Donald (Duck) Dunn, Regis Eandiorio, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen, Denny Fongheiser, Paul Gershman, Bob Glaub, Harry Glickman, Gary Grant, Gary Grant, (Ms.) Bobbye Hall, Dave Harte, Don Henley, Jerry Hey, Jerry Hey, Rupert Hine, Theodore Israel, Randy (Steven Randall) Jackson, Vail Johnson, Phil Jones, Charlie/Charles (Arthur) Judge (Doctor), David Kemper, Danny (Kootch) Kortchmar, Raymond Kunicki, Russ(ell) Kunkel, Mike/Michael Landau, Tony Levin, Jesse Levine, Jesse Levy, Roger Love, Steve Lukather, Stan Lynch, Stan Lynch, Jerry Marotta, Marilyn Martin, Bret Michaels, Marvin Morgenstern, Rick/Richard Nowels, Lori Perry-Nicks/Perry/Nicks, Tom Petty, Tom Petty, Greg Phillinganes, John Pintavalle, Prince (Rogers Nelson), Matthew Raimondi, Mark/Marc Russo, Mark/Marc Russo, Chas (Charles) Sandford, Pat Schunk, Herbert Sorkin, Sandy Stewart, Ben(mont) (M.) Tench(, III), Ben(mont) (M.) Tench(, III), The L.A. Horns, Tico Torres, Maria Vidal, Waddy (Robert) Wachtel, Ian Wallace, Ruth Waterman, Jaime West-Oram, Barney Wilens, Larry (Lawrence Lowell) William(s), Larry (Lawrence Lowell) William(s), David B. Williams, Paul Winter, Harry Zaratzian, Frederick Zlotkin
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Domestic Vinyl/CD Album
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David Hernandez (Engineer), John Kovarek (Engineer), Chas (Charles) Sandford (Engineer), Jon Bon Jovi (Songwriter), Mike/Michael Campbell (Songwriter), Mike/Michael Campbell (Songwriter), Billy Falcon (Songwriter), Bret Michaels (Songwriter), Stevie Nicks (Songwriter), Rick/Richard Nowels (Songwriter), Keith Olsen (Songwriter), Tom Petty (Songwriter), Tom Petty (Songwriter), Eric Pressl(e)y (Songwriter), Chas (Charles) Sandford (Songwriter), Pat Schunk (Songwriter), Sandy Stewart (Songwriter), George/Jorge Black (Linn Programming), Jamie Sheriff (Programming), Chris Lord-Alge (Vocals Recorded By), Jamie Sheriff (EMU Programmer), Gabe Veltri (Vocal Overdubs Engineer), Jon Bon Jovi (Produced By), Mike/Michael Campbell (Produced By), Rupert Hine (Produced By), Jimmy Iovine (Produced By), Danny (Kootch) Kortchmar (Produced By), Chris Lord-Alge (Produced By), Bret Michaels (Produced By), Stevie Nicks (Produced By), Rick/Richard Nowels (Produced By), Tom Petty (Produced By), Tom Petty (Produced By), Chas (Charles) Sandford (Produced By), Rob Jacobs (Engineered By), John Kovarek (Engineered By), Chris Lord-Alge (Engineered By), Tom Rothrock (Engineered By), Rob Schnapf (Engineered By), Shelly Yakus (Engineered By), Stephen W. Taylor/Tayler (Recorded By), Tom Lord-Alge (Remixed By), Chris Lord-Alge (Remixed By), Greg Edward(s) (Mixed By), Jimmy Iovine (Mixed By), Rob Jacobs (Mixed By), Chris Lord-Alge (Mixed By), Bret Michaels (Mixed By), Rick/Richard Nowels (Mixed By), Tom Rothrock (Mixed By), Chas (Charles) Sandford (Mixed By), Rob Schnapf (Mixed By), Don Smith (Mixed By), Shelly Yakus (Mixed By), Margo Chase (Logo Design By), Paul Buckmaster (Strings Arranged By), Kenneth Whitfield (Strings Arranged By), David/Dave Bluefield (OBX-A Drum Machine Programmed By), George/Jorge Black (Arranged By), Rupert Hine (Arranged By), Rick/Richard Nowels (Arranged By), Paul Cox (Photography By), Jimmy Wachtel (Art Direction By), Jimmy Wachtel (Design By), Paul Buckmaster (Strings Conducted By), Robbie Buchanan (Synthesizer Programming), Jamie Sheriff (PPG Wave Programming), David/Dave Bluefield (DMX Drum Machine Programming)
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Modern Records/EMI Records/BMG Direct Marketing
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7 91711-2 (US Modern CD) CDP 7976232 (UK/Netherlands Modern CD) D 110940 (BMG Direct Marketing CD)
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| Liner Notes »|
These are the moments - that I live for...
EXTRA SPECIAL THANKS
To the producers who worked on my past four albums:
(And who could forget SHELLY YAKUS)
To Mom and Dad, for never failing to support this dream from the beginning.
And to Christopher,...for always being the dearest brother any sister could ever have.
To Sharon Celani and Lori Perry Nicks, for staying with me these last eleven years. I could not have done it without them.
To Chris Lord-Alge, for the love and care he put into mixing this album.
To Howard Kaufman, the lonesome dove - for always having my best interests at heart...and for continually looking out for my happiness...
To Don Henley and Tom Petty - for singing the duets with me.
To Paul Cox - for his incredible photography.
To Glen Parrish, for being my friend and confidant since the very beginning.
To Kelly Johnston - for making my life for many years as easy as possible...
and to her sister - Karen Johnston for taking care of my beautiful desert home...
To Liza Jane Edwards, for coaching me through my lead vocal on "Love's A Hard Game To Play."
IRVING AZOFF, GINNY KAMANO, DENNY ROSENCRANTZ, JON BON JOVI, SHERRY KAUFMAN, ALEX SCOTT, KIM BRAKELEY, MARGI KENT, MITCH SHRIER, JOHN BRANCA, SARAM KHALSA, TRACY SHRIER, ERIC BRINER, LANCE KRIVE, PAT SCHUNK, CAROLYN BROOKS, GERRI LEONARD, MITCH SCHNEIDER, BARBARA BUCK, SHERYL LOUIS, BENMONT TENCH, MICHAEL CAMPBELL, LISA MARIE, BARRY UNGER, KIMBERLY CRAWFORD, RICHARD METZNER, JIMMY WACHTEL, TONY DIMITRIADES, BRET MICHAELS, WADDY WACHTEL, AHMET ERTEGUN, BILLY MOSS, JAYME WILSON, JANIS FISHKIN, FRED PARRISH, PAULA WOLAK, STEPHEN GENEDER, MIKE PIRANIAN, WENDY WOODS, RICH HAJIR, HENRY REUSS, HERBERT WORTHINGTON III, GUDVI, CHAPNICK & CO., MARCEE RONDAN, JAMIE YOUNG
ALL THE FOLKS AT MODERN & ATLANTIC RECORDS, AND EVERYONE AT H.K. MANAGEMENT
Jon Bon Jovi appears courtesy of Mercury Records
Tico Torres appears counesy of Mercury Records
Bret Michaels appears courtesy of Capitol Records
Tom Petty appears courtesy of Backstreet Records
Jamie West-Oram appears courtesy of RCA Records
Steve Lukather appears courtesy of Columbia Records
Sandy Stewart appears courtesy of Modern Records
Waddy Wachtel appears courtesy of Polygram Records
Don Henley appears courtesy of Asylum Records
Vail Johnson appears courtesy of RCA Records
Roy Bittan appears courtesy of E Street Band
STEVIE NICKS FAN MAIL:
P.O. BOX 6907
ALHAMBRA. CA 91802
(P) (C) 1991 Modern Records(, Cassettes and Compact Discs), Inc.
9111 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90069
Distributed by Atlantic Recording Corporation, A Time Warner Company
75 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, New York 10019
All Rights Reserved.
Printed in U.S.A.
WARNING: Unauthorized reproduction of this recording is prohibited by Federal law and subject to criminal prosecution.
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Beautiful photography, smartly packaged, but lacking surprises...
Review written by Jon the Moonspinner, February 17th, 2010
The liner notes written by Stevie Nicks are more entertaining or engaging than the three news songs ("Sometimes It's a Bitch", "Love's a Hard Game To Play", "Desert Angel"), which leaves us with well-trodden hits and misses. Stevie vehemently wanted Mick to lend her "Silver Springs" for this project (which would have been too lofty an inclusion considering what we do have on display), while the lack of anything truly thrilling makes the CD's success a bit puzzling. "Enchanted", the 3-disc box set which came a long several years later, makes this entry in Nicks' catalogue irrelevant. "Sometimes" tries for a tough-woman bite which fails to come off (it sounds like a parody of a Nicks song), while "Desert Angel" fails to find a hook.
really rock 4 rock
Review written by trav, March 16th, 2006
this a great record definitly a must have if you are fan of stevie but i agree wheres after the glitter fades and night bird but still its great i love it the covers gorguss but stevies gorguss one day i would love her to relese a greatest hit album with all the best songs including the ones from trouble in shangrila
GOOD BUT AN UNEASY COLLECTION OF SONGS.
Review written by NICK., August 17th, 2004
THIS COULD HAVE DONE WITH A LIITLE MORE THOUGHT,SURE ITS GOT MOST OF NICK,S CHART HITS...BUT THIS ALBUM SEEMS TO BE TOTALLY ABSENT OF THAT MYSTIC FREQUENCEY THAT WE ALL LOVE STEVIE FOR, BATTLE,GOLD DUST,NIGHTBIRD RHIANNON,& BLUE LAMP ETC...
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U.S. Billboard Charts: Hit #30 (September 21, 1991)
RIAA Certification: February 12, 1992 (Gold), November 19, 1997 (Platinum)
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Discography entry submitted by Marty Adelson.