Personnel: Patty Smyth, Don Henley (vocals); Tim Pierce, Rusty Anderson, Jimi Ripp (guitar); Roy Bittan (keyboards); John Pierce (bass); Kenny Aronoff (drums); Suzie Davis, Sheryl Crow, Gia Ciambotti, Kip Lennon, Arnod Mccullough, Terry Young, Robert Molnar (background vocals).
Recorded at A&M Recording Studios, Hollywood, California.
Personnel: Patty Smyth (vocals); Jimmy Ripp, Rusty Anderson, Tim Pierce (guitar); Roy Bittan (keyboards); Kenny Aronoff (drums); Arnold McCullough, Kipp Lennon, Robert Molnar, Sue Davis, Terry Young, Sheryl Crow, Gia Ciambotti (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Robbie Hay Jacobs; Brian Scheuble.
Recording information: A & M Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Photographer: Randee Saint Nicholas.
Five years after her first solo album, Never Enough, Smyth decided "there's such a thing as too much love" and proceeded to detail lover's trials for an entire album. Despite production by Bruce Springsteen keyboardist Roy Bittan, this isn't as good as Never Enough, although "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough," a duet with Don Henley, got tons of radio play. ~ Brian Mansfield