Phil Collins releases ‘No Jacket Required’ featuring ‘Sussudio’ (1984)

Phil Collins’ ‘No Jacket Required’ feat. ‘Sussudio’ is his third solo studio album recorded in 1984 with Peter Gabriel and Sting as guests and released on February 18, 1985 by Virgin / Atlantic / WEA

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Track Listing : 1.Sussudio (Phil Collins) – 04:23 . 2.Only You Know And I Know (Phil Collins, Daryl Stuermer) – 04:20 . 3.Long Long Way To Go (Phil Collins) – 04:20 . 4.I Don’T Wanna Know (Phil Collins, Daryl Stuermer) – 04:12 . 5.One More Night (Phil Collins) – 04:47 . 6.Don’T Lose My Number (Phil Collins) – 04:46 . 7.Who Said I Would (Phil Collins) – 04:01 . 8.Doesn’T Anybody Stay Together Anymore (Phil Collins, Daryl Stuermer) – 04:18 . 9.Inside Out (Phil Collins) – 05:14 . 10.Take Me Home (Phil Collins) – 05:51

Musicians : Phil Collins – Vocals, Backing Vocals, Roland Tr-909 On (1 – 10), Drums On (2 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 9 – 10 – 11), Bass On (2), Linndrum On (2 – 6), Keyboards On (2 – 3 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9 -10 – 11), Roland Tr-808 On (3 – 5), Simmons Electronic Drums On On (3 – 7), Vocoder On (7), Kalimba On (7) . Daryl Stuermer – Guitars, Keyboards On (4) . David Frank – Keyboards On (1 – 6 – 7), Mini Moog Bass On (1 – 7), Oberheim Dmx On (1) . Lee Sklar – Bass Guitar On (3–6 – 8–11), Piccolo Bass On (3 – 10) . The Phenix Horns – Horns On (1 – 2 – 7) . Gary Barnacle – Saxophone On (4 – 7) . Don Myrick – Saxophone On (5 – 9) . Sting – Backing Vocals On (3 – 10) . Peter Gabriel – Backing Vocals On (10) . Helen Terry – Backing Vocals On (10) . Nick Glennie-Smith – Keyboards On (11)

Production : Produced By Phil Collins, Hugh Padgham . Phil Collins – Mixing . Hugh Padgham – Mixing, Engineer . Steve Chase – Assistant Engineer

Arrangements : Tom Tom 84, Arif Mardin

Package : Phil Collins – Design . Peter Ashworth – Photography

Recorded May–December 1984 At The Townhouse, London And Old Croft, Surrey.

Released On February 18, 1985 By .

(Source Official Site)

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BBC
The placement of some of the songs on the soundtrack to Miami Vice was none-more-80s, while the video to Take Me Home, wherein Collins is filmed everywhere from Tokyo and Sydney to Moscow and Memphis, reeked of Reagan/Thatcher-era conspicuous consumption and like-punk-never-happened excess. […]

HoustonPress
Then it happened. Collins struck gold. Enter No Jacket Required. If the self-titled Genesis record introduced the new sound Genesis had been searching for, No Jacket Required expounded on it tenfold. […]

PopMatters
most of the albums, which, yes, includes No Jacket Required, either tilt too far into the saccharine or feel trapped in the decade they hail from, which, especially in Jacket‘s case, is nothing short of unexpected. […]

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