As I Came Of Age (1990) is a studio album by English soprano Sarah Brightman. Sarah follows up The Songs That Got Away with a completely different solo album. As I Came of Age is a rather eclectic CD, containing such diverse songs as “Good Morning Starshine” from the musical Hair, “Yesterday” by Aimee Mann, “Love Changes Everything” from the Lloyd Webber musical Aspects of Love, and “Some Girls” by Lisa Burns and Sal Maida, with lyrics that include:
"Some girls get carried away/ Others save it for a rainy day/ But we’ll beg, borrow or steal/ We’ll paint the town if we don’t drown in sex appeal"
The CD was produced by Val Garay and recorded from November 1988 to October 1989.
The cover art features a Robert Blakeman photograph of Sarah, montaged onto the “The Kings’ Orchard” (a painting by Arthur Hughes c. 1858).
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