The Remix Album (titled The Remixes (EP) in North America) is the first remix album by British singer Lisa Stansfield, released by Arista Records on 2 June 1998. It contains remixes of songs originally included on the 1997 album, Lisa Stansfield. The tracks were remixed by prominent US and UK producers: Hex Hector, Junior Vasquez, Victor Calderone, Frankie Knuckles, Hani, K-Klass, Mark Picchiotti, the Black Science Orchestra and the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
The Remix Album (titled The Remixes (EP) in North America) is the first remix album by British singer Lisa Stansfield, released by Arista Records on 2 June 1998.
Lisa Stansfield is the fourth album by British singer Lisa Stansfield, released by Arista Records on 21 March 1997. It was her first new album since 1993s So Natural. Stansfield co-wrote most songs for the album with her husband Ian Devaney, the tracks were produced by Devaney and Peter Mokran. The Remix Anthology features the previously unreleased remixes of songs from Lisa Stansfield, Never Gonna Fall. In January 1997, Arista Records released People Hold On as a single, the song, originally recorded by Coldcut and Stansfield in 1989, was remixed by the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. The remix version reached number one on the Billboards Hot Dance Club Songs, number four on the UK Singles Chart, after this success, People Hold On was included on Lisa Stansfield as a bonus track. It was her first new studio album since 1993's So Natural. Stansfield co-wrote most songs for the album with her husband Ian Devaney. The tracks were produced by Devaney and Peter Mokran. Lisa Stansfield released her eponymous album in March 1997, almost four years after her previous studio album, So Natural. It does not feature contribution from Andy Morris, who worked on Stansfield's previous releases. Between So Natural and Lisa Stansfield, she recorded and released two singles from the 1994 soundtracks: "Make It Right" from Beverly Hills 90210: The College Years and "Dream Away" (duet with Babyface) from The Pagemaster. com/Lisa Stansfield (album).
Stansfield released her latest album, Seven on 31 January 2014. Its lead single, "Can't Dance" was digitally released on 16 October 2013. She promoted the new album with a tour of Europe in October and November 2013. Stansfield has won numerous awards, including Brit Awards, Ivor Novello Awards, Billboard Music Award, World Music Award, ASCAP Award, Women's World Award, Silver Clef Awards and DMC Awards The Remix Anthology 2014 - Seven 2015 - Live in Manchester. Download from free file storage.