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One Good Reason is the third solo studio album by the English singer-songwriter Paul Carrack, then a member of the supergroup Mike + The Mechanics. It was originally released in November 1987, on the label Chrysalis, five years after his previous album, Suburban Voodoo. In the interim between solo albums, Carrack had been a member of Nick Lowe and his Cowboy Outfit, which issued two albums in 1984 and 1985, and joined Mike + The Mechanics for their 1985 self-titled debut.

Album One Good Reason. One Good Reason Lyrics. I stand on my ground when we fight No matter where we are I am the sad clown with tear eyes So happy on your own We get some strange looks when we shout Clowning at the bar It seems that I've hoped Now I found a match from my own heart. Just give me one good reason baby One good reason now One good reason, I should I should hang around

One Good Reason verified that Paul Carrack was a much better musician surrounded by others than he was by himself. Carrack's presence with Roxy Music, Squeeze, Nick Lowe, and Mike + the Mechanics was easily felt, and his beginnings with the '70s band Ace gave him his first crack at singing lead, which spawned their biggest hit, "How Long," in 1975. One Good Reason from 1987 reveals Carrack's songwriting prowess more than it does his ability to perform.

Tracklist: 1. One Good Reason, 2. When You Walk In The Room, 3. Button Off My Shirt, 4. Give Me A Chance, 5. Double It Up, 6. Don’t Shed A Tear, 7. Fire With Fire, 8. Here I Am, 9. Colrane, 10. (Do I Figure) In Your Life. More albums from Paul Carrack: Old, New, Borrowed, And Blue by Paul Carrack. I Know That Name In Concert by Paul Carrack. I Know That Name by Paul Carrack. Winter Wonderland by Paul Carrack. It Ain’t Over by Paul Carrack. Beautiful World by Paul Carrack. Rewired by Paul Carrack. Groove Approved by Paul Carrack. View all albums . One Good Reason.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Chrysalis (catalog number CDL 1578). This album was released in 1987 year. UK. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists: Backing Vocals.

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One Good Reason is the third solo record by British singer-songwriter and Mike + The Mechanics singer Paul Carrack. Mike + The Mechanics drummer Peter Van Hooke and songwriter/producer Christopher Neil also appear on the album, serving in the same roles they did for the Mechanics. The album's 10 songs include Carrack's two highest charting solo hits in America, "Don't Shed a Tear" (which became a Top 10 hit, peaking at number 9) and "One Good Reason" (which reached number 28. .

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 One Good Reason Paul Carrack / Chris Difford Paul Carrack 3:19
2 When You Walk in the Room Jackie DeShannon Paul Carrack 3:31
3 Button off My Shirt Billy Livsey / Graham Lyle Paul Carrack 3:46
4 Give Me a Chance Paul Carrack Paul Carrack 4:51
5 Double It Up Paul Carrack 3:44
6 Don't Shed a Tear Eddie Schwartz Paul Carrack 4:55
7 Fire With Fire Paul Carrack 4:00
8 Here I Am Paul Carrack 4:00
9 Collrane Paul Carrack 4:41
10 (Do I Figure) in Your Life Paul Carrack 2:20

Paul Carrack - One Good Reason album download

Performer: Paul Carrack

Title: One Good Reason

Duration: 39:13

Style: Adult Contemporary,Contemporary Pop/Rock

Recording location: Comfort's Place Studio, Lingfield, Surrey, England

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1354 mb

Size FLAC: 1947 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

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Samugor
One Good Reason is Paul Carrack's third solo album, released in 1987. It is a very dated sounding album, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't have a soft spot for it. I think it makes for a great party album mainly with it's catchy melodies and strong choruses. I will warn anyone who wants to listen to it that it is not a very serious or adult album. It is very lighthearted.The Good: I think the choruses are quite strong and the cover songs are pretty good reworking of the originals. Also, Paul Carrack's voice is lovely as always, however his voice sounds better with a more organic production style rather than the overblown synthy styles of the eighties. NOT to say they're aren't some strong moments. Don't Shed A Tear is a beautiful breakup song and you can't help but shed a tear to the closer (Do I) Still Figure In Your Life. Also, if you just suffered through a breakup, I would say the cover of Ronnie Mislap's Button Off Of My Shirt is very empowering.The Bad: Like I mentioned before, Carrack's amazing voice does not really fit the gated drums and blaring synths of the eighties. It fits more comfortably with a live drum kit and a bar piano. Also like I said before, it's not a very serious or adult album. So, I really have to be in a mood to hear the album in it's entirety.All in all: Part of me would recommend it for like an album to play at a party, in the same vein as She's So Unusual or No Jacket Required. But, that's sort of it's downfall. I think maybe if they're were more tender or serious moments on this album I would love it more. However, I think Don't Shed A Tear and Button Off of My Shirt are well worth the price of admission. Final Rating-6/10Stand-Out Tracks: Don't Shed A Tear, (Do I) Still Figure Into Your Life and Button Off Of My Shirt.
Samugor
One Good Reason is Paul Carrack's third solo album, released in 1987. It is a very dated sounding album, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't have a soft spot for it. I think it makes for a great party album mainly with it's catchy melodies and strong choruses. I will warn anyone who wants to listen to it that it is not a very serious or adult album. It is very lighthearted.The Good: I think the choruses are quite strong and the cover songs are pretty good reworking of the originals. Also, Paul Carrack's voice is lovely as always, however his voice sounds better with a more organic production style rather than the overblown synthy styles of the eighties. NOT to say they're aren't some strong moments. Don't Shed A Tear is a beautiful breakup song and you can't help but shed a tear to the closer (Do I) Still Figure In Your Life. Also, if you just suffered through a breakup, I would say the cover of Ronnie Mislap's Button Off Of My Shirt is very empowering.The Bad: Like I mentioned before, Carrack's amazing voice does not really fit the gated drums and blaring synths of the eighties. It fits more comfortably with a live drum kit and a bar piano. Also like I said before, it's not a very serious or adult album. So, I really have to be in a mood to hear the album in it's entirety.All in all: Part of me would recommend it for like an album to play at a party, in the same vein as She's So Unusual or No Jacket Required. But, that's sort of it's downfall. I think maybe if they're were more tender or serious moments on this album I would love it more. However, I think Don't Shed A Tear and Button Off of My Shirt are well worth the price of admission. Final Rating-6/10Stand-Out Tracks: Don't Shed A Tear, (Do I) Still Figure Into Your Life and Button Off Of My Shirt.