Wings of Desire is the fifth studio album released by American singer Jennifer Rush. After working mainly with American writers and producers for her last two albums, Rush decided to bring her music back to Europe and collaborated with producers Christopher Neil, Phil Ramone and others, including a song ("Angel") written by Abba affiliate Tomas Ledin…
CD released in Germany as a compilation of 14 of the most outstanding successes of the American singer, but resident in Germany, Heidi Stern (Queens, 1960), 'Jennifer Rush'. She moved to Germany when she was 9 years old, then returned to the U.S. in his teens, and finally in 1982 he returned to Germany to continue his singing career. His label made him take the alias of 'Jennifer Rush' and thereafter began his true rise to fame in Europe, which was uninterrupted until the end of the century. He released about 45 singles. From those albums here are some of the main issues, as his greatest achievement, 1985, 'The power of love'. His deep voice always sounded unique in pop and rock music that has evolved his musical repertoire.
Jennifer Rush (The Power Of Love - International Version) is the debut album by American singer Jennifer Rush.
Based In Germany, Rush teamed up with producers Candy DeRouge and Gunther Mende and released the first two singles from this album; "Into My Dreams" and "Come Give Me Your Hand" in 1983. It was in 1984 however that she found her first success with the hit "25 Lovers". This was followed by "Ring of Ice" and then with the song she would become famous the world over for - "The Power of Love"…
Another 'Great' Compilation collectable which is sure to trigger many a memory of those times. A DVD collection with the title of "Das Beste aus dem Musikladen" features 35 + 5 classic music promos across a diverse range of styles.
Double CD collection featuring top material & hits from her years at EMI/Virgin. Includes previously unreleased versions: The Power of Love, Ring of Ice, Destiny, Never Say Never, A Broken Heart and other.
Challenging Kate Bush and Guns N' Roses for the title of "lengthiest gap between albums," Now Is the Hour is the first offering from American powerhouse Jennifer Rush since 1998's collaboration with the Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra, Classics, and her first set of new material since 1997's Credo. Having taken 12 years off to raise her daughter, Rush has assembled a crack team of established European-based hitmakers including Swede Jörgen Eloffson (Leona Lewis, Britney Spears), American country singer/songwriter Sharon Vaughn (Alcazar), and soul-pop songstress Natasha Bedingfield on a record that retains the epic power balladry of her mid-'80s heyday while also pursuing a previously unexplored dance-pop direction similar to Cher's fifty-something disco diva re-invention a decade earlier.