The aptly named album ‘Seven’ is Lisa’s 7th studio release and promises to galvanise her fan base old and new. The Grammy nominated, multi BRIT, Ivor Novello and Silver Clef Award winner has returned to the studio to record along with long-time songwriting partner (& Husband) Ian Devaney, whose credits include The Bodyguard and Indecent Proposal soundtracks.
Seven which has been produced and written in the UK by Lisa Stansfield and husband Ian Devaney features tracks such as: Can’t Dance, The Rain, Stupid Heart, Conversation, The Crown, Strong, So Be It and Picket Fence
Recorded in both Los Angeles and Manchester, Stansfield has collaborated with John "JR" Robinson, known as the most recorded drummer in history and Grammy award winning orchestrator Jerry Hey, both integral to the creation of Michael Jackson’s “Off The Wall, Thriller and Bad” and have worked with Lisa for over two decades.
Following her critically acclaimed return to live performance in 2013– The Times said “Lisa still has the most distinctive and sensuous voice in soul pop”
Seven marks Lisa’s return to the international stage and confirms her status as one of the UK’s premier recording artists. The original release date was moved back from 21st October 2013 now due to be released 31st January in Germany and some European countries and on 10th February 2014 in the UK.
Track Listings (Deluxe edition)
1. Can’t Dance (Stansfield / Devaney)
2. Why (Stansfield / Devaney)
3. So Be It (Stansfield / Devaney)
4. Stupid Heart (Stansfield)
5. The Crown (Stansfield / Devaney)
6. Picket Fence (Stansfield / Devaney)
7.The Rain (Stansfield / Devaney)
8. Conversation (Stansfield)
9. Carry On (Stansfield / Devaney)
10. Love Can (Stansfield / Devaney)
11. You Can't Deny It (24/7)
12. Set Your Loving Free (Live In Manchester)
13. Time To Make You Mine (Live In Manchester)
14. Someday (Live In Manchester)
Lisa popped into BBCR2 today for an interview. Here she is with producer Alan (left) and the presenter Ryan Tubridy in the studio. — at BBC Radio2.
Lisa's new single "Can't Dance" her first in over nine years will be the first release from her forthcoming album Seven, premiered on Ken Bruce's BBC Radio 2 show today.