(0946 3 460782 7) released 2008 by Manhattan Records
USA : Manhattan Records -
compact disc - 0946 3 460782 7
Sarah Brightman (lead and backing vocals)
Paul Stanley (duet vocals on track 06)
Andrea Bocelli (duet vocals on track 04)
Alessandro Safina (duet vocals on track 08)
Fernando Lima (duet vocals on track 12)
Carsten Heusmann (keyboards & programming)
Michael Soltau (keyboards & programming)
Matthias Meissner (additional keyboards & programming)
Kristian Draude (additional keyboards & programming)
Peter Wehe (guitars)
Curt Cress (drums)
Alex Grube (bass)
Roland Peil (percussion)
Orchestra : London Symphony Orchestra
Choirs : Metropolitan Voices - Annie Skates / Crouch End Choir -
Backing vocals : Amelia Brightman, Gunther Laudahn, Carolin
Fortenbacher, Frank Peterson, Carsten Heusmann, Klaus
Hirschburger, Sarah Brightman.
Produced by Frank Peterson.
Additional Production on tracks 05, 10, 13 : Carsten Heusmann.
Recorded between 2004 and 2007 at :
- Nemo Studios, Hamburg
- Abbey Road Studios, London
- Angel Studios, London
- Ocean Club Studio, Key Biscayne FL.
- Proloton Studio, Hamburg
- Vox Studio, Bendestorf
- H.O.M.E. Studio, Hamburg
- Clock Studio, Bologna
- The Nook, Los Angeles
Engineered by : John Timperley, Frank Peterson, Steve Price,
Volker Heinzen, Dennis Preiss, Greg Collins.
Pro Tools and Waveframe Editing by : Frank Peterson, Dennis
Preiss, Thomas Schwarz.
Mixed at Nemo studios, Hamburg by Frank Peterson and Stafan
Orchestra Mixed by Garreth Williams.
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound.
Extra NOTES (by
Julian Gill) :
The duet with Paul Stanley was recorded in 2006, though Sarah previously recorded the song
with Chris Thompson, in 2001 for the "Diamond & Pearl" movie (also used as the theme
song for Pokemon movie "Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai"). The song was written by
Norwegian's Espen Lind and Sissel Kyrkjebø, as "Where The Lost Ones Go."
Sarah (who was once married to Andrew Lloyd-Webber) played the female lead in the
original 1986 London run of "Phantom of the Opera," a nice tie-in with
performance run in the male lead role.