So Far So Good

~ Release by Bryan Adams (see all versions of this release, 15 available)

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
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1Summer of ’69
recording engineer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
assistant engineer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer), Bruce Lampcov and Michael Sauvage
engineer:
Bob Clearmountain
associate producer:
Jim Vallance
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (on 1984-09-22)
bass guitar [bass]:
Dave (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Pat (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Keith (Canadian guitarist) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
guitar [rhythm guitar] and background vocals [harmony vocal]:
Bryan (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
percussion:
Jim (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
lead vocals:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records (in 1984), A&M Records, Inc. (in 1984, in 1999) and Badman Ltd. (Bryan Adams’ own publishing company, for copyrights use) (in 1999)
recorded at:
Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
mixed at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1984-09-22)
part of:
Huffington Post: 100 Best Canadian Songs Ever (number: 9) and The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 179)
recording of:
Summer of ’69 (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
written in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (on 1984-01-25)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1984-01-25) and Jim Vallance (on 1984-01-25)
publisher:
Adams Communications Inc. (in 1984), Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) (in 1984), Calypso Toonz (in 1984), Irving Music, Inc. (in 1984), Rondor Music (London) Ltd. (in 1984) and Testatyme Music (in 1984)
Bryan Adams4.353:34
2Straight From the Heart
recording engineer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
assistant engineer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer), Jeff Hendrickson, Paul Northfield and Robbie Whelan
engineer:
Bob Clearmountain
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1982-10-14 until 1982-10-20)
drums (drum set):
Mickey Curry (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
electric bass guitar [bass]:
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
guitar:
Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
keyboard and organ:
Tommy Mandel (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
percussion:
Jim Vallance (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
piano and lead vocals:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
background vocals:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23), Mark Doyle (rock guitarist) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1983) and UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1983)
additionally recorded at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
recorded at:
Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
additionally mixed at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1982-10-14 until 1982-10-20)
mixed at:
Le Studio in Morin‐Heights, Québec, Canada (from 1982-10-14 until 1982-10-20)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 178)
recording of:
Straight From the Heart (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
writer:
Eric Kagna and Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (in 1978)
publisher:
Adams Communications Inc., Calypso Toonz, Irving Music of Canada and Irving Music, Inc. (in 1980)
Bryan Adams53:30
3It’s Only Love
recording of:
It’s Only Love
composed in and lyrics written in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (in 1983-12)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1983-12-30) and Jim Vallance (on 1983-12-30)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Irving Music, Inc., Testatyme Music, Adams Communications Inc. (in 1984), Calypso Toonz (in 1984) and Rondor Music (London) Ltd. (in 1984)
Bryan Adams & Tina Turner3:15
4Can’t Stop This Thing We Started
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
programming:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John 'Mutt' Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
bass:
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
drums (drum set):
Mickey Curry (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
guitar:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
Hammond organ:
Robbie King (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
keyboard:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
background vocals:
The Tuck Back Twins (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991, in 1999), UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1991) and Badman Ltd. (Bryan Adams’ own publishing company, for copyrights use) (in 1999)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 157)
recording of:
Can’t Stop This Thing We Started (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
2855 Music, Badams Music Limited, Out-of-Pocket Productions Ltd., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., WorkSongs Ltd., Zomba Enterprises, Inc., Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
Bryan Adams4.254:28
5Do I Have to Say the Words?
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John 'Mutt' Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 160)
recording of:
Do I Have to Say the Words? (from 1990 until 1991)
written in:
London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1988 until 1989) and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1988 until 1989)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1988 until 1989), Robert John “Mutt” Lange (from 1988 until 1989) and Jim Vallance (from 1988 until 1989)
publisher:
Rondor Music (London) Ltd., WorkSongs Ltd., Zomba Enterprises Inc., Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) (in 1991), Testatyme Music (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
Bryan Adams3.46:11
6This Time
recording engineer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
assistant engineer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer), Jeff Hendrickson, Paul Northfield and Robbie Whelan
producer:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1982-10-14 until 1982-10-20)
drums (drum set):
Mickey Curry (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
electric bass guitar [bass]:
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
guitar and lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
Hammond organ:
Tommy Mandel
keyboard:
Tommy Mandel (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
percussion:
Jim Vallance (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
slide guitar:
Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
background vocals:
Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist), BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23) and Lou Gramm (American rock singer-songwriter; Black Sheep, Foreigner & Shadow King) (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1983) and UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1983)
additionally recorded at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
recorded at:
Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
additionally mixed at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1982-10-14 until 1982-10-20)
mixed at:
Le Studio in Morin‐Heights, Québec, Canada (from 1982-10-14 until 1982-10-20)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 181)
recording of:
This Time (from 1982-08-13 until 1982-08-23)
written in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (in 1982-04)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (in 1982-04) and Jim Vallance (in 1982-04)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Almo Music of Canada, Irving Music of Canada, Testatyme Music, Adams Communications Inc. (in 1983), Calypso Toonz (in 1983) and Irving Music, Inc. (in 1983)
Bryan Adams43:19
7Run to You
recording engineer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
assistant engineer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer), Bruce Lampcov and Michael Sauvage
engineer:
Bob Clearmountain
associate producer:
Jim Vallance
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (on 1984-09-21)
bass guitar [bass]:
Dave (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Mickey (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
guitar [rhythm and lead guitars]:
Keith (Canadian guitarist) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Bryan (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Tommy (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
percussion:
Jim (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1984, in 1999), UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1984) and Badman Ltd. (Bryan Adams’ own publishing company, for copyrights use) (in 1999)
recorded at:
Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
mixed at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1984-09-21)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 175)
recording of:
Run to You (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-21)
written in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1983-01-12 until 1983-01-14)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1983-01-12 until 1983-01-14) and Jim Vallance (from 1983-01-12 until 1983-01-14)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Irving Music, Inc., Testatyme Music, Adams Communications Inc. (in 1984), Calypso Toonz (in 1984) and Rondor Music (London) Ltd. (in 1984)
Bryan Adams4.13:54
8Heaven
recording engineer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
assistant engineer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer), Bruce Lampcov and Michael Sauvage
engineer:
Bob Clearmountain
associate producer:
Jim Vallance
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (on 1983-06-16)
bass guitar [bass]:
Dave (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Steve Smith (American drummer) (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
guitar:
Keith (Canadian guitarist) (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Rob Sabino (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
percussion and piano:
Bryan (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1983, in 1984) and UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1983)
recorded at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
mixed at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1983-06-16)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 166)
recording of:
Heaven (from 1983-06-06 until 1983-06-07)
written in:
West Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (in 1983)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (in 1983) and Jim Vallance (in 1983)
publisher:
Adams Communications Inc. (in 1983, in 1984), Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) (in 1983), Irving Music, Inc. (in 1983), Testatyme Music (in 1983), Calypso Toonz (in 1984) and Rondor Music (London) Ltd. (in 1984)
Bryan Adams4.354:04
9Cuts Like a Knife
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1983)
recording of:
Cuts Like a Knife
written in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (in 1982-04)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (in 1982-04) and Jim Vallance (in 1982-04)
publisher:
Almo Music of Canada, Irving Music of Canada, Some Guy Songs, Adams Communications Inc. (in 1983), Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) (in 1983), Calypso Toonz (in 1983), Irving Music, Inc. (in 1983) and Testatyme Music (in 1983)
Bryan Adams5:12
10(Everything I Do) I Do It for You
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
programming:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) and Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John 'Mutt' Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (in 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (in 1991)
bass:
Larry Klein (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mickey Curry (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
guitar:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
Hammond organ and piano:
Bill Payne (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
keyboard:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
lead vocals:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991, in 1999), UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1991) and Badman Ltd. (Bryan Adams’ own publishing company, for copyrights use) (in 1999)
recorded at:
Air Studios (Oxford Street, London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1991-04-10 until 1991: piano), Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1991-04-10 until 1991), Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1991-04-10 until 1991: lead vocals) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1991)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 162)
recording of:
(Everything I Do) I Do It for You (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1991-04-10), Michael Kamen (on 1991-04-10) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange (on 1991-04-10)
publisher:
2855 Music, MCA Music Ltd., Out-of-Pocket Productions Ltd., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., WorkSongs Ltd., Zomba Enterprises Inc., Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) (in 1991), Miracle Creek Music, Inc. (in 1991), Zachary Creek Music Inc. (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
Bryan Adams3.86:34
11Somebody
recording engineer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
assistant engineer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer), Bruce Lampcov and Michael Sauvage
engineer:
Bob Clearmountain
associate producer:
Jim Vallance
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (on 1984-09-22)
bass guitar [bass]:
Dave (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Mickey (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
guitar [rhythm and lead guitar]:
Bryan (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22) and Keith (Canadian guitarist) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Tommy (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
percussion:
Jim (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
background vocals:
Bryan (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22), John Eddie (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22) and Keith (Canadian guitarist) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1984) and UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1984)
recorded at:
Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
mixed at:
Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1984-09-22)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 176)
recording of:
Somebody (from 1984-03-27 until 1984-09-22)
written in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (in 1984-03)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (in 1984-03) and Jim Vallance (in 1984-03)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Irving Music, Inc., Testatyme Music, Adams Communications Inc. (in 1984), Calypso Toonz (in 1984) and Rondor Music (London) Ltd. (in 1984)
Bryan Adams4.354:42
12Kids Wanna Rock
assistant engineer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer), Bruce Lampcov and Michael Sauvage
engineer and mixer:
Bob Clearmountain
associate producer:
Jim Vallance
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
bass guitar [bass]:
Dave (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Pat
guitar [lead guitar]:
Keith (Canadian guitarist)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Bryan (Canadian singer/songwriter)
keyboard [keyboard]:
Tommy
background vocals [gang vocals]:
Bob, Gerry, Jody, Keith (Canadian guitarist) and Pat
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1984)
recording of:
Kids Wanna Rock
written in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1984-06 until 1984-08)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1984-06 until 1984-08) and Jim Vallance (from 1984-06 until 1984-08)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Irving Music, Inc., Testatyme Music, Adams Communications Inc. (in 1984), Calypso Toonz (in 1984) and Rondor Music (London) Ltd. (in 1984)
Bryan Adams42:36
13Heat of the Night
recording engineer:
Tim Crich (from 1986-09-12 to present, on 1986-09-12) and Bob Clearmountain (on 1986-09-12)
assistant engineer:
Richard Moakes
engineer:
Ron Obvious
associate producer:
Jim Vallance
producer:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Bob Clearmountain
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (on 1987-01-27)
bass:
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (on 1986-09-12)
drum machine [linn drum], percussion and piano:
Jim Vallance (on 1986-09-12)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Mickey Curry (on 1986-09-12)
guitar:
Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) and BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1986-09-12)
Hammond organ:
Robbie King (on 1986-09-12)
keyboard:
Tom Mandel (on 1986-09-12)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter)
background vocals [backing vocals]:
Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1986-09-12)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1987) and UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Cliffhanger Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (on 1986-09-12)
mixed at:
Air Studios (Oxford Street, London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (on 1987-01-27)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 165)
recording of:
Heat of the Night (on 1986-09-12)
written in:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1985-12 until 1986-02)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1985-12 until 1986-02) and Jim Vallance (from 1985-12 until 1986-02)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Testatyme Music, Adams Communications, Inc. (in 1987), Calypso Toonz (Proc) (in 1987) and Irving Music, Inc. (in 1987)
Bryan Adams3.85:05
14Please Forgive Me
recording engineer:
Steve Jackson (recording engineer) (on 1993-09-30)
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John 'Mutt' Lange
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain
acoustic guitar:
Joe Walker, Jr. (on 1993-09-30)
bass:
James "Hutch" Hutchinson (on 1993-09-30)
drums (drum set):
Mickey Curry (on 1993-09-30)
guitar:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1993-09-30) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (on 1993-09-30)
Hammond organ:
David Paich (on 1993-09-30)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1993-09-30)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1993, in 1999), Badman Ltd. (Bryan Adams’ own publishing company, for copyrights use) (in 1993, in 1999) and UMG Recordings, Inc. (holding company behind Universal Music's recorded music in the USA; see annotation) (in 1993)
recorded at:
Studio Guillaume Tell in Suresnes, Hauts-de-Seine, Île-de-France, France (on 1993-09-30)
mixed at:
Studio Guillaume Tell in Suresnes, Hauts-de-Seine, Île-de-France, France
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 174)
recording of:
Please Forgive Me (on 1993-09-30)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1993-09-30 until 1993-10) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange (from 1993-09-30 until 1993-10)
publisher:
Badams Music Limited, Out-of-Pocket Productions Ltd., WorkSongs Ltd. and Zomba Enterprises, Inc.
Bryan Adams3.655:55