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Love Is Coming

Robin Beck

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1
Island
Robin Beck
3:49
2
On the Bright Side
Robin Beck
3:43
3
In These Eyes
Robin Beck
3:54
4
Love Is Coming
Robin Beck
3:11
5
Me Just Being Me
Robin Beck
3:38
6
On to Something
Robin Beck
3:33
7
Lost
Robin Beck
3:39
8
Crave the Touch
Robin Beck
4:19
9
If You Only Knew
Robin Beck
3:37
10
Here I Am
Robin Beck
4:05
11
Girl Like Me
Robin Beck
5:08
12
Warrior
Robin Beck
3:27
Total Playing Time    46:03
Veteran rock vocalist Robin Beck returns with her first release since 2013, Love Is Coming, co-produced by her husband James Christian of House of Lords, and Clif Magness (Steve Perry, Avril Lavigne, Kelly Clarkson). Magness and Christian head up the list of musicians and songwriters who participated on the album, which features the advance single On the Bright Side.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Frontiers Records Studio Masters

Tracks 7, 10 – 44.1 kHz / 16-bit PCM

Produced by Clif Magness and James Christian
Recorded at Blue Iron Gate Studios, Santa Barbara, California / Her Majesty’s Music Room, West Palm Beach, Florida
Recorded by Clif Magness and James Christian
Mixed by Clif Magness
Mastered by Maor Appelbaum, Los Angeles, California

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