Time for Change (Wendy Moten album)

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Time For Change
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ReleasedFebruary 22, 1995
Genre R&B/Soul
Label Toshiba, EMI
Producer Cliff Downs, David Foster, James Ingram, Michael J. Powell, Carole Bayer-Sager, Dan Shea, Aaron Zigman
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Time For Change is the second album by American R&B singer Wendy Moten, released on February 22, 1995.



Although none of the album's singles charted in Moten's native United States or the United Kingdom where she had a Top 10 hit with "Come In Out of the Rain" the year before, the album did prove successful in Japan, where she scored two smash hits; "Change of Heart", which reached number 1, and "Your Love Is All I Know", which peaked at number 2.

Track listing

Standard edition
1."Your Love Is All I Know"Jud Friedman, Allan Rich, Chris Walker David Foster 4:45
2."Forever Yours" Carole Bayer Sager, James Ingram, Bruce Roberts Dan Shea, Sager, Ingram, Roberts4:44
3."Change of Heart"Cliff Downs, Randy Goodrum Downs, Goodrum, Ben Brosse, Dick Williams4:47
4."Hear the Angels Cry" Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil Shea5:35
5."Comin' Back" (Duet with Keith John)Les Pierce, Rashaan Patterson Michael J. Powell 4:48
6."Time for Change" Aaron Zigman, Brock WalshZigman3:59
7."Consider This Love"Downs, Cheryl RodgersDowns, Brosse, Williams4:59
8."This Will Never End" Anne Preven, Jeff HullNigel Lowis4:45
9."When You Love Someone"Boone, PowellPowell4:41
10."Sharin' My Love"BoonePowell4:48
11."All That My Heart Can Hold"Foster, Linda Thompson, Richard Marx, Jeremy LubbockFoster4:50
Total length:52:41
European edition
1."Your Love Is All I Know"Friedman, Rich, WalkerFoster4:45
2."Forever Yours"Sager, Ingram, RobertsShea, Sager, Ingram, Roberts4:44
3."Whatever You Imagine"Mann, James Horner, Weil Keith Thomas 3:28
4."Hear the Angels Cry"Mann, WeilShea5:35
5."Comin' Back" (Duet with Keith John)Pierce, PattersonPowell4:48
6."Time for Change"Zigman, WalshZigman3:59
7."Consider This Love"Downs, RodgersDowns, Brosse, Williams4:59
8."This Will Never End"Preven, HullLowis4:45
9."When You Love Someone"Boone, PowellPowell4:41
10."Sharin' My Love"BoonePowell4:48
11."All That My Heart Can Hold"Foster, Thompson, Marx, LubbockFoster4:50
Total length:51:22


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