Black and White in a Grey World

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Black and White in a Grey World
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Studio album by
Released1985
Studio
  • Bill Schnee Studios
  • Goldmine Studios
  • Redwing Studios
  • Wayne Cook Studios
Genre Rock
Label Myrrh
Producer Dan Posthuma
Leslie Phillips chronology
Dancing with Danger
(1984)
Black and White in a Grey World
(1985)
The Turning
(1987)

Black and White in a Grey World is the title of the third album by Leslie Phillips, released in 1985 on Myrrh Records.

Contents

Track listing

All songs written by Leslie Phillips, except where noted. [1]

Side one

  1. "Black And White in a Grey World" – 4:20
  2. "Tug of War" – 3:21
  3. "When The World Is New" – 4:31
  4. "Psalm 55" – 3:49
  5. "Your Kindness" – 4:02
  6. "Larger Than Life" – 3:44

Side two

  1. "The More I Know You" – 5:02
  2. "Smoke Screen" (Phillips, Daniel Brown) – 3:38
  3. "You're My Lord" – 4:14
  4. "Walls of Silence" – 4:54
  5. "You're the Same" – 4:15
  6. "Love Is Not Lost" – 3:46

Note: Cassette and LP versions did not include "Larger Than Life" and "Love Is Not Lost". However, these tracks were issued on vinyl in Australia. "Love Is Not Lost" would later be rerecorded for Phillips' 1987 album, The Turning .

Personnel

Technical

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References

  1. "Black & White in a Grey World - Leslie Phillips - Songs, Reviews, Credits - AllMusic".