In 1975, he released his first album, Dan Hill, which produced a Canadian hit single, "You Make Me Want to Be". In 1977 Hill recorded the ballad "Sometimes When We Touch". He also wrote the lyrics and was assisted in the music by Barry Mann for the album from the same year, Longer Fuse, and it was released as a single. It was Hill's biggest hit, peaking at on the . Billboard Hot 100 and leading to Hill's appearances on The Merv Griffin Show and The Mike Douglas Show. Tina Turner covered the song in 1978 on her album Rough. This page contains text.
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Also, the songs on Longer Fuse hit harder because the production is scaled back, sounding like it's nothing but his voice and guitar even when other instruments are present on every track. Where some singer/songwriters would excel in this stripped, bare setting, there's too much specificity in the words and not enough form in the music to have this stand steadily on its own legs.
Frozen in the Night (1978). All songs written by Dan Hill unless otherwise stated. Sometimes When We Touch" (4:05) (Dan Hill, Barry Mann). In the Name of Love" (2:33). Crazy" (4:05) (Dan Hill, Don Potter). McCarthy's Day" (3:53). All I See Is Your Face" is a 1978 song written and performed by Dan Hill. It was released as a 7-inch single from Dan Hill's Frozen in the Night album, with "Longer Fuse" on the B-side. The song was produced by Fred Mollin and Matthew McCauley. The song reached No. 8 on the US Adult Contemporary chart and No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song has been included on several compilation albums, including The Best of Dan Hill (1980), The Dan Hill Collection (1983), Let Me Show You: Greatest Hits & More (1994), and Love of My Life: The Best of Dan Hill (1999)
Style: pop. Album year: 1977. Dan Hill - Sometimes When We Touch (From Tropic Thunder) 04:12. Dan Hill - Crazy 04:09. Dan Hill - Southern California 04:21. Dan Hill - Still Not Used To 04:59. Dan Hill - Longer Fuse 04:10. Dan Hill - 14 Today 04:33. Sounds Electronic - (feat. The Dan Hill Singers, Dan Hill, Kevin Kruger). Braaivleis Tunes - Dan Hill, Kevin Kruger, Verskeie Kunstenaars.
Dan Hill is an album by Canadian artist Dan Hill. It was released in 1987 on Columbia Records. It is Hill's eighth album in all, and his second eponymous release, following his 1975 debut album. The lead single from the album was a duet with Vonda Shepard, "Can't We Try". It reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Along with "Can't We Try", two other tracks, "Never Thought (That I Could Love)" and "Carmelia", also reached the Top 10 on the Hot Adult Contemporary chart.