Runaway Horses is the third solo album by the American singer Belinda Carlisle, released in October 1989 by MCA Records. The album features songs written by Rick Nowels, Ellen Shipley, Charlotte Caffey and a song co-written by Carlisle herself. The album contains an array of guest artists, including George Harrison and Bryan Adams. The album peaked at number 37 on the U.S. Billboard 200. The album debuted on the UK Albums Chart on October 30, 1989 at number four which was the album's peak position, matching that of her previous album. The album spent a total of 39 weeks in the UK Top 100 and was certified platinum.
Upon leaving the Go-Go's, Belinda Carlisle felt no compunction in leaving behind the band's energetic new wave. On her own, she dove right into the mainstream with the assistance of producer Michael Lloyd, embracing the big radio-ready sheen of the mid-'80s on her 1986 debut, Belinda…
2014 7X CD box set collection that contains all the singer's studio albums (no bonus tracks) which come packaged in card wallets within a glossy outer clamshell box. Includes deluxe 28-page booklet with original album credits & rare photos. Includes the albums: Belinda (1986), Heaven on Earth (1987), Runaway Horses (1989), Live Your Life Be Free (1991), Real (1993), a Woman And a Man (1996) & Voila (2007)…
The CD Singles 1986-2014, a 28CD collection that gathers up the various B-sides and additional mixes that were issued across the different formats of each single released in the US and UK.
2015 two CD collection from the pop princess and lead vocalist of The Go-Gos. Belinda Carlisle is the voice of a generation. From her early days with pioneering power-pop/punk girl band the Go-Go's to nearly three decades' worth of solo hits defying stylistic boundaries, the Los Angeles-born singer/songwriter has provided the soundtrack for a generation. "Heaven Is A Place On Earth," "Leave A Light On," "Live Your Life Be Free," and "Big Scary Animal" are just a few of her international smashes contained within this two-disc package showcasing her inimitable vocal style and unforgettable singles from the 1980s and '90s.
Dr. Robert Richardson, a dedicated young general practitioner, seeks to establish himself in an isolated fishing village on Cape Breton Island off the Nova Scotia coast. The population is poor and the struggling physician generally gets paid for his efforts in barter. When he meets Belinda McDonald, a young deaf mute callously dismissed by family and neighbors as "the dummy," he alone senses her innate intelligence.
"Yves Montand and Claude Debussy, Jacques Brel and André Jolivet -Anette Maiburg is taking us on another conducted tour, bringing musical worlds together. "Classica francese" gives the enterprising and exceptional flautist the opportunity to show us that high-calibre chamber music and deeply expressive chansons need not be worlds apart. She is joined by Alexandra Cravero, whose remarkably flexible voice leaves these well-known songs haunting us, and Emmanuel Ceysson, whose sensitive harp playing has delighted audiences and reviewers alike." ~prestoclassical