Sheena Easton - Madness, Money And Music (1982) [1987, Reissue]
Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Electronic, Ballad | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 37:24 | 312,96 Mb
Label: EMI-Manhattan Records (USA) | Cat.# CDP 7 90266 2 | Released: 1987 (1982)
"Madness, Money & Music" is the 3rd album by singer Sheena Easton. It was released in 1982 and produced by Christopher Neil. The album includes the singles "I Wouldn't Beg for Water" (US #64) and "Machinery" (US #57, UK #38), as well as the UK single "Are You Man Enough". The album featured an early recording of the song "Wind Beneath My Wings", which would later be famously covered by Bette Midler and others. It also included the first recording of "You Do It", subsequently recorded by Diana Ross and Rita Coolidge, and a cover of Janis Ian's classic "In The Winter". The album was one of Easton's lower-charting efforts, reaching #85 in the United States #44 in the UK, but was more successful in Scandinavia and went Gold in Canada. Easton promoted the album by way of an hour-long special Act One, produced for American television and syndicated worldwide, during which she performed a number of songs from the album and embarked on her first world tour.