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Freedom (Sheena Easton album)

Sheena Easton
Released 1997 / 2007
Genre Pop
Label MCA Japan/SkyJay Trax/Fuel Records/Varèse Sarabande
Producer Denny Diante, Sheena Easton, Cliff Magness, Humberto Gatica, Danny Jacob, Andy Goldmark, Randy Waldman
Sheena Easton chronology

My Cherie

Freedom is the 13th studio album by singer-songwriter Sheena Easton released only in Japan and charting at #53. This album of new material consists of smooth, catchy Dance-Pop songs. Easton had producing credits on the project and writing credits on songs "One Man" and "Love Will Make You Wise". Includes the singles, Modern Girl '97, Love Me With Freedom, and When You Speak My Name.

On May 28, 1997 Easton released "Freedom" on her own label (SkyJay Trax) at the same time she officially opened her website.

In February 2007 Fuel Records (Varèse Sarabande) re-released "Freedom" with a slip cover and different artwork in (Limited Edition) officially in the United States.

Track listings

  1. "When You Speak My Name"
  2. "Love Me With Freedom"
  3. "Now That My Baby's Gone"
  4. "One Man"
  5. "Misty Blue"
  6. "One More Reason"
  7. "Let Me Go Through This Alone"
  8. "Love Will Make You Wise"
  9. "Foolish Heart"
  10. "Modern Girl (New Version)


  • AllMusic
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