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Change of Heart (Eric Carmen album)

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Change of Heart
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Studio album by Eric Carmen
ReleasedSeptember 1978
GenreSoft rock
ProducerEric Carmen
Eric Carmen chronology
Boats Against the Current
Change of Heart
Tonight You're Mine
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2/5 stars [1]

Change of Heart is a 1978 album by Eric Carmen. It was his third solo LP, and reached #137 on the Billboard album chart.

The album yielded two charting singles, the title track which was a Top 20 hit in North America, as well as Carmen's remake of the Four Tops' 1964 song, "Baby I Need Your Loving". Both songs were also hits on the American and Canadian adult contemporary charts, reaching the Top 10 in Canada.[2] The single release, "Change of Heart" is ranked as the 135th biggest Canadian hit of 1978,[3] as well as the 160th biggest Canadian hit of 1979.[4]

The LP also contained Carmen's rendition of "Hey Deanie," a Top 10 hit which he wrote for Shaun Cassidy, which was the flip side of the title track 45 RPM.

Samantha Sang, who provides backing vocals on the LP, covered "Change of Heart" that same year, and it was featured as the B side of her second hit single, "You Keep Me Dancing" (US #56, Canada AC #10).[5][6]

"Someday," the flip side of Carmen's previous hit, "She Did It," was omitted from Boats Against the Current but was included on this album. "Someday" was also included as the B side of the European release of "Haven't We Come a Long Way," a third single from the LP released in UK and the Netherlands but which failed to chart.[7] The North American release featured "End of the World" as the B side.[8]

The title song also reached number seven in France.[9] It was included on a 2005 album entitled, Nichehits, a compilation of songs by various artists. The album was issued by Victor Records.[10]

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Track listing

All tracks composed by Eric Carmen; except where indicated

  1. "Desperate Fools Overture" (2:05)
  2. "Haven't We Come a Long Way" (3:17)
  3. "End of The World" (3:29)
  4. "Heaven Can Wait" (3:33)
  5. "Baby I Need Your Lovin'" (Holland–Dozier–Holland) (3:17)
  6. "Change of Heart" (3:30)
  7. "Hey Deanie" (4:26)
  8. "Someday" (2:52)
  9. "Desperate Fools" (3:07)

Chart singles

Year US Billboard
US Cash Box US Record World US AC [12] CAN
CAN AC Title
1978 19 19 20 6 14 10 "Change of Heart"
1979 62 60 63 30 50 8 "Baby I Need Your Lovin'"



  • CD Change of Heart Phantom Import Distribution 2001
  • CD Change of Heart BMG 2007


  1. ^ Greenwald, Matthew. Change of Heart at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-10-31. Retrieved 2014-10-30.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-11-13. Retrieved 2014-11-13.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-11-13. Retrieved 2014-11-13.
  5. ^ [Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles 1955-2002]
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  11. ^ [Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles 1955-2002]
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