Sheena Easton

Sheena Easton

Sheena Shirley Easton (née Orr; born 27 April 1959) is a Scottish singer, songwriter and actress with dual British-American nationality. Easton first came into the public eye as the focus of an episode in the first British musical reality television programme The Big Time: Pop Singer, which recorded her attempts to gain a record contract and her eventual signing with EMI Records.

Easton's first two singles, "Modern Girl" and "Morning Train (Nine to Five)", both entered the UK Top Ten, and she was the first UK female artist to appear twice in the same Top Ten since Ruby Murray. In 1981, "Morning Train (Nine to Five)" topped the US Hot 100, making her the third UK female solo artist to achieve this, following Petula Clark and Lulu, and she became one of the most successful British female performers of the 1980s.

A six-time Grammy nominee in the U.S., Easton is a two-time Grammy Award winner, winning Best New Artist in 1981 and Best Mexican-American Performance in 1985, for her duet with Luis Miguel on the song "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres". She has received five U.S. Gold albums and one U.S. Platinum album. She has recorded 16 studio albums, released 45 singles total worldwide, and had 20 consecutive US singles, including 15 U.S. Top 40 singles, seven U.S. top tens and one U.S. No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 between 1981 and 1991. She also had 25 top 40 hits in international territories around the world. In Canada, Easton scored three gold and two platinum albums. She has sold over 20 million albums and singles worldwide.

Easton became the first and only artist in history to have a Top 5 hit on five different Billboard charts consecutively, with "Morning Train (Nine to Five)" (both Pop and Adult Contemporary), "We've Got Tonight" with Kenny Rogers (Country) and "Sugar Walls" (both R&B and Dance).

Easton's other hits include the James Bond theme "For Your Eyes Only", "Strut", "U Got the Look" and "The Arms of Orion" with Prince, "The Lover in Me" and "What Comes Naturally". She has worked with prominent vocalists and producers, such as Prince, Christopher Neil, Kenny Rogers, David Foster, Luis Miguel, L.A. Reid & Babyface, Patrice Rushen and Nile Rodgers.

Albums/Movies/TV Shows



Fabulous is the 16th album by Scottish singer Sheena Easton, released in November 2000. The album charted in the UK at #185 and contains Euro Hi-NRG cover versions of hit songs from the 1970s and '80s, most of them disco classics. The album also contains two original compositions. The first single released from the album was a remake of "Giving Up Giving In", which had originally been a hit for The Three Degrees in 1978. Easton's version was less successful, peaking at #54 on the UK Singles Chart.

Genre: Hi-NRG, Disco, Dance

Release date: Nov 14, 2016

Fabulous Tracks
1 Don't Leave Me This Way 4:58
2 Giving Up, Giving In 3:55
3 Love Is In Control 3:31
4 That's What Friends Are For 4:42
5 Never Can Say Goodbye 4:22
6 Best Of My Love 3:13
7 On My Own 4:03
8 Can't Take My Eyes Off You 4:14
9 You Never Gave Me The Chance 4:27
10 Get Here To Me 5:01
11 I Need Your Lovin' 5:54



Home is the 14th studio album by Scottish singer, Sheena Easton, and was released in 1999 by Universal/Victor for the Japanese market only and charted at #97 in Japan. The disc consists of 4 covers and 6 tracks of new material and has pop/acoustic sound.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Jan 1, 1999

Home Tracks
1 Our House 3:13
2 St. Judy's Comet 3:36
3 Moon 4:09
4 Something Good 3:30
5 Never Saw A Miracle 5:23
6 Not While I'm Around 3:08
7 Who Knows? 4:25
8 Take Me Home 4:33
9 My Treasure Is You 5:21
10 Carry A Dream 4:34



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". The album includes the singles "Modern Girl '97," "Love Me with Freedom," and "When You Speak My Name."

Genre: Pop

Release date: Nov 14, 2016

Freedom Tracks
1 When You Speak My Name 4:26
2 Love Me With Freedom 4:30
3 Now That My Baby's Gone 4:31
4 One Man 4:38
5 Misty Blue 4:40
6 One More Reason 4:26
7 Let Me Go Through This Alone 4:04
8 Love Will Make You Wise 4:11
9 Foolish Heart 4:55
10 Modern Girl (New Version) 3:30


My Cherie

My Cherie is the 12th album by Scottish singer Sheena Easton, released in 1995 on MCA Records. The album consists of adult pop songs. The title track was issued as a single but failed to chart. Other tracks include a Diane Warren written song, "You've Learned To Live Without Me." The album marked Easton's reunion with producer Christopher Neil, who worked on her first three albums. This marks the last of Easton's albums released stateside.

Genre: Pop, Adult Contemporary

Release date: Jan 1, 1995

My Cherie Tracks
1 My Cherie 4:25
2 Till Death Do Us Part 4:53
3 All I Ask Of You 5:08
4 Flower In The Rain 3:35
5 You've Learned To Live Without Me 4:20
6 Too Much In Love 4:02
7 Please Don't Be Scared 4:24
8 Next To You 3:35
9 Dance Away The Blues 4:07
10 Crazy Love 4:34


No Strings

No Strings is Sheena Easton's 11th album and a departure from the Pop and R&B style of her earlier recordings with jazz-tinged production arrangements by Patrice Rushen.

Genre: Jazz / Standards

Release date: Nov 14, 2016

No Strings Tracks
1 Someone To Watch Over Me 3:20
2 I'm In The Mood For Love / Moody's Mood For Love 4:15
3 The Nearness Of You 3:22
4 How Deep Is The Ocean 3:41
5 If You Go Away (Ne Me Quitte Pas) 5:53
6 Body And Soul 5:54
7 Little Girl Blue / When Sunny Gets Blue 6:11
8 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else 3:39
9 The Man That Got Away 4:24
10 I Will Say Goodbye 2:40
11 Never Will I Marry 3:24


What Comes Naturally

What Comes Naturally is singer-songwriter Sheena Easton's tenth studio album, released in 1991 on MCA Records. The album includes her final US Top 40 hit to date, "What Comes Naturally" (US #19, UK #83, Australia #3) which remained on the pop chart for 10 weeks. Other singles released were "You Can Swing It" and, "To Anyone" both which failed to chart.

Genre: Pop, new jack swing

Release date: Jan 1, 1991

What Comes Naturally Tracks
1 What Comes Naturally 4:40
2 If You Wanna Keep Me 4:34
3 You Can Swing It 4:08
4 The First Touch Of Love 4:12
5 Forever Friends 4:27
6 The Next Time 4:10
7 Manic Panic 4:41
8 Somebody 4:38
9 Time Bomb 4:13
10 Half A Heart 4:05
11 To Anyone 4:58


The Lover In Me

The Lover In Me Tracks
1 No Deposit, No Return 5:57
2 The Lover In Me 4:22
3 Follow My Rainbow 5:26
4 Without You 5:35
5 If It's Meant To Last 4:09
6 Days Like This 4:25
7 One Love 5:00
8 101 4:08
9 Cool Love 4:05
10 Fire And Rain 6:00


No Sound But A Heart

No Sound But A Heart Tracks
1 Eternity 4:23
2 Still Willing To Try 4:06
3 Still In Love 4:31
4 Wanna Give My Love 3:54
5 The Last To Know 5:24
6 No Sound But A Heart 4:18
7 What If We Fall In Love 4:05
8 No Ordinary Love 4:42
9 Floating Hearts 6:35


Do You

Do You is the seventh studio album from Sheena Easton. It was originally released in 1985 by EMI, and later reissued by One Way Records in '2000' remastered with B-sides and extended mixes. The album was produced by (Chic's) Nile Rodgers.

Genre: Pop, Dance

Release date: Jan 1, 1985

Do You Tracks
1 Do It For Love 3:48
2 Don't Break My Heart 3:47
3 Magic Of Love 5:06
4 Don't Turn Your Back 5:30
5 Jimmy Mack 3:38
6 Can't Wait Till Tomorrow 4:48
7 Young Lions 4:58
8 Kisses 4:04
9 Money Back Guarantee 4:32
10 When The Lightning Strikes Again 5:11


A Private Heaven

A Private Heaven, released in 1984, was the sixth album release by Scottish singer Sheena Easton. Released by EMI America, the album featured two US Top 10 hit singles: the sassy lead single "Strut" and the controversial "Sugar Walls." A third single, "Swear", reached #80.

Genre: Dance-pop

Release date: Oct 2, 1984

A Private Heaven Tracks
1 Strut 3:59
2 Sugar Walls 4:01
3 Hungry Eyes 3:46
4 Hard To Say It's Over 4:30
5 Swear 3:43
6 Love And Affection 4:15
7 Back In The City 3:47
8 You Make Me Nervous 3:51
9 All By Myself 4:34
10 Double Standard 3:51


Best Kept Secret

Best Kept Secret is the fourth album by Scottish singer Sheena Easton. It was released in 1983 on EMI Records.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Oct 19, 1983

Best Kept Secret Tracks
1 Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair) 3:36
2 I Like The Fright 3:50
3 Almost Over You 3:38
4 Devil In A Fast Car 3:48
5 Don't Leave Me This Way 4:58
6 Let Sleeping Dogs Lie 4:34
7 (She's In Love) With Her Radio 3:37
8 Just One Smile 4:49
9 Sweet Talk 3:56
10 Best Kept Man 3:52


Madness, Money & Music

Madness, Money & Music Tracks
1 Machinery 2:46
2 Weekend In Paris 4:07
3 I Wouldn't Beg For Water 4:15
4 Are You Man Enough 3:27
5 Ice Out In The Rain 4:39
6 Madness, Money And Music 3:52
7 Wind Beneath My Wings 4:08
8 There When I Needed You 3:03
9 In The Winter 3:10
10 You Do It 3:25


Sheena Easton

Sheena Easton Tracks
1 Morning Train (Nine To Five) 3:26
2 Don't Send Flowers 3:01
3 Cry 3:31
4 Take My Time 2:35
5 Prisoner 3:35
6 Modern Girl 3:30
7 So Much In Love 3:08
8 Voice On The Radio 3:17
9 One Man Woman 3:05
10 Calm Before The Storm 3:30


You Could Have Been With Me

You Could Have Been With Me Tracks
1 A Little Tenderness 3:50
2 You Could Have Been With Me 3:34
3 Just Another Broken Heart 3:17
4 I'm Not Worth The Hurt 3:06
5 Savoir Faire (He's Got) 3:06
6 A Letter From Joey 3:46
7 Telephone Lines 3:24
8 Johnny 3:36
9 Trouble In The Shadows 3:15
10 When He Shines 3:54