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( July 2011)
is the third studio album by Every Turn of the World Christopher Cross, recorded and released in 1985. The album is notable for its harder rocking sound and often lacking the pop ballads that dominated the sound of previous albums. Though the album itself peaked at No. 127 on the , the only single from the album to chart, "Charm the Snake", peaked only at No. 68 on the Billboard 200 . The other two singles from the album, the title track and "Love Is Love (In Any Language)", failed to chart.
Billboard Hot 100
Track listing [ edit ]
"Every Turn of the World" (Christopher Cross,
Michael Omartian, John Bettis) - 4:02 "Charm the Snake" (Christopher Cross, Michael Omartian) - 4:24
"I Hear You Call" (Christopher Cross, Michael Omartian, John Bettis) - 3:41
"Don't Say Goodbye" (Christopher Cross, Billy Alessi, John Bettis) - 3:32
"It's You That Really Matters" (Christopher Cross,
Will Jennings) - 3:59 "Love Is Love (In Any Language)" (Christopher Cross, Michael Omartian, John Bettis) - 4:27
"Swing Street" (Christopher Cross, Michael Omartian, Will Jennings) - 4:14
"Love Found a Home" (Christopher Cross) - 3:29
"That Girl" (Christopher Cross, John Bettis) - 3:28
"Open Your Heart" (Christopher Cross, Will Jennings) - 5:39
Personnel [ edit ]
Christopher Cross – vocals, guitar,
Joe Chemay – bass guitar
John Robinson – drums
Paulinho Da Costa – congas (1)
Michael Omartian – keyboards, synthesizer, horn arrangements Marcus Ryle – synthesizer programming
Gary Herbig – saxophone, sax solo (7, 10)
Kim Hutchcroft – saxophone
Chuck Findley – trumpet
Jerry Hey – trumpet Gary Grant – trumpet
Lynn Davis, Alexandra Brown, Khalig Glover, Portia Griffin, Richard Marx, and Vesta Williams – background vocals
Production [ edit ]
Producer – Michael Omartian
Production Coordination – James Wofford
Engineer and Mix – John Guess
Assistant Engineer – Mark Linett
Second Engineers – Tom Fouce, Laura Livingston, and James Wofford.
Recorded and Mixed at Lion Share Studios (Los Angeles, CA).
Additional recording at Pop 'N' Roll Studios (Santa Monica, CA).
Mastered by Steve Hall at Future Disc (Hollywood, CA).
Art Direction and Design – Jen McManus and Laura LiPuma
Logo Design – Margo Chase
Photography – Steve Sakai
Linguistics Advisor – John Accomando
Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic 
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