What Becomes a Legend Most

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What Becomes a Legend Most
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Studio album by
Released1989
Recorded1988–1989
Genre R&B, dance-pop, freestyle
Length54:38
Label Arista
Producer Phil Harding, Ian Curnow, Derek Bramble, Michael Sembello, Dick Rudolph, Larry Robinson, Richard Scher, Arnold Hennings, Oliver Leiber
Jermaine Stewart chronology
Say It Again
(1987)
What Becomes a Legend Most
(1989)
Set Me Free
(1992)
Singles from What Becomes a Legend Most
  1. "Tren de Amor"
    Released: 1989
  2. "Every Woman Wants To"
    Released: 1990
"What becomes a legend most?" is also a tagline for mink fur from the American Legend Cooperative as well as a song on the Lou Reed album New Sensations .

What Becomes a Legend Most is a 1989 album by Jermaine Stewart.

Contents

This album would be Stewart's last official album. He fully recorded the 1992 album Set Me Free however it was never released. In his final years, he began recording the new album "Believe In Me" until his death in 1997. [1] The recordings for this album was released in 2005 on the compilation A Tribute to Jermaine Stewart, Attention, released under his own brother's label. [2]

The album continued Stewart's commercial decline, failing to make any impact in Europe or America. Stewart's previous 1987 album Say It Again was a fair European hit. [3]

Only two singles were released from the album, "Tren de Amor" and "Every Woman Wants To". Both singles failed to make any impact, only peaking at #97 and #95 in the UK, respectively. [3]

Track listing

  1. "Tren de Amor" (Jermaine Stewart, Ian Curnow, Phil Harding) (3:50)
  2. "Set Me Free" (Derek Bramble) (3:40)
  3. "State of My Heart" (Michael Sembello, Richard Rudolph) (4:41)
  4. "I'd Rather Be with You" (Larry Robinson, Kenny Jones) (5:10)
  5. "Every Woman Wants To" (Richard Scher, Dorothy Sea Gazley) (4:49)
  6. "Lies" (Jermaine Stewart, Arnold Hennings) (5:08)
  7. "One Lover" (Michael Sembello, R. Bell) (5:06)
  8. "Call Me Before You Come" (Jermaine Stewart, Arnold Hennings) (4:47)
  9. "Gourmet Love" (Jermaine Stewart, Richard Scher, Dorothy Sea Gazeley) (5:05)
  10. "Please Say You Will" (Jermaine Stewart, Ian Curnow, Phil Harding) (3:40)
  11. "Betty Blue" (Derek Bramble, Oliver Leiber) (3:51)
  12. "Holes in My Jeans" (Jermaine Stewart, Richard Scher) (4:51)

Outtakes:

  1. "When Sex Becomes a Religion" included on the "Tren de Amor" B-side single
  2. "Hot and Cold" released on the Weekend at Bernie's soundtrack

Personnel

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References

  1. "Jermaine Stewart Discography at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved March 14, 2012.
  2. "Jermaine Stewart - A Tribute To 'Jermaine Stewart' "Attention" (CD) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved March 14, 2012.
  3. 1 2 "Jermaine Stewart - full Official Chart History". Official Charts Company .