|Timing Is Everything|
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|Studio album by|
|Producer||Chris de Burgh Chris Porter|
|Chris de Burgh chronology|
Timing Is Everything is singer Chris de Burgh's fourteenth original album, released in 2002.
All compositions by Chris de Burgh except as noted.
The Limited Series is the name of Garth Brooks' second box set of albums.. The set was released in 2005 to be sold exclusively at Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores. It comprises his studio albums Sevens (1997) and Scarecrow (2001), the live album Double Live (1998), and a bonus CD entitled The Lost Sessions which was also issued separately. The Lost Sessions also includes three singles: "Good Ride Cowboy", "Love Will Always Win" and "That Girl Is a Cowboy".
The Getaway is singer Chris de Burgh's sixth original album, released on A&M Records in 1982. It was the first studio album of de Burgh's to chart in the UK, following the compilation Best Moves a year earlier. The album peaked at number 30 in the UK and spent 16 weeks on the chart. In the week beginning 7 February 1983, the album went to the top of the album charts in the then West Germany. In Canada the album spent 36 weeks in the Top 100.
Man on the Line is the seventh studio album by Chris de Burgh, released in 1984.
Crusader is the fourth album by British-Irish singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh, released in 1979 by A&M Records. The album was produced by Andrew Powell, who worked with the Alan Parsons Project on many of their albums. The musicians on Crusader also came from the Alan Parsons Project.
The Storyman is singer Chris de Burgh's 16th original album, released in 2006. The album is a collection of songs with accompanying stories. The original digipack release of the album included two booklets; one contained the usual lyrics and credits, while the second contained stories written by de Burgh to accompany each song.
The Road to Freedom is singer Chris de Burgh's 15th original album, released in 2004. It was the first album released after he left A&M, who had released all of de Burgh's previous albums and singles.
This Way Up is the eleventh studio album by British-Irish singer Chris de Burgh, released in 1994 on A&M Records. Two singles from the album charted in the United Kingdom: "Blonde Hair, Blue Jeans" and "The Snows of New York".
Footsteps is singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh's seventeenth album, released in 2008. This album includes two songs penned by de Burgh and cover versions of thirteen other songs that inspired and influenced him throughout his career. The cover versions include well-known songs by bands and artists like the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Toto and Pete Seeger. In 2011, de Burgh released a follow-up album, Footsteps 2.
Quiet Revolution is the thirteenth studio album by British-Irish singer Chris de Burgh, released in 1999. Two singles were released from the album: "When I Think of You", which reached number 59 in the UK Singles Chart and number 75 in Germany, and "A Woman's Heart", which reached number 96 in Germany.
Far Beyond These Castle Walls is the first album by Chris de Burgh, released by A&M Records in 1974. The title refers to Bargy Castle, which is shown on the back of the album cover.
Power of Ten is the tenth studio album by British-Irish singer Chris de Burgh, released in 1992 on A&M Records.
Eastern Wind is singer/songwriter Chris de Burgh's fifth studio album, released in 1980. It did not make the UK Albums Chart or Billboard 200, but was at the time the second best-selling album in Norway after Abbey Road by the Beatles.
At the End of a Perfect Day is singer Chris de Burgh's third album, released in 1977.
High on Emotion: Live from Dublin is the first live album by Chris de Burgh, released by A&M Records in 1990. The album was recorded at the RDS, Dublin in December 1988.
Moonfleet & Other Stories is the eighteenth original album by singer and songwriter Chris de Burgh, released in 2010. This album includes two parts, one including the story of Moonfleet, based on J. Meade Falkner's homonymous 1898 novel; and the other one, including 6 tracks, called Other Stories. The latter half of the title echoes that of De Burgh's 1975 album Spanish Train and Other Stories. For the launch of the album, de Burgh signed an exclusive deal with supermarket giant Asda for the physical release in the UK, and worked with digital companies AWAL and Topspin Media to distribute it digitally around the globe.
Elissar Zakaria Khoury, commonly known as Elissa, is a Lebanese singer. She is one of Lebanon's most famous singers, and one of the best-known artists in the Arab world.
Footsteps 2 is singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh's nineteenth album. It was released in Germany, Switzerland and Austria on 14 October 2011, and in the UK and Ireland on 17 October 2011.
Home is a 2012 album by Irish singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh. The album features acoustic re-recordings of 14 lesser-known songs from de Burgh's back catalogue. It was recorded during June 2012 in de Burgh's home studio in Enniskerry in County Wicklow, Ireland.
The Hands of Man is singer/songwriter Chris de Burgh's twentieth original album, released in 2014.
A Better World is singer/songwriter Chris de Burgh's twenty-first original album, released on 23 September 2016.