Keep On is the third album by pop singer Will Young. The album was released on 21 November 2005, debuting at number 2 on the albums chart in the United Kingdom, as the album sold 107,318 copies in its first week. However, its biggest sales were 132,109, in its fifth week when the album placed at number 13. This is also his first album not to go number 1. It is, however, his second best-selling album, with sales of 1,010,000.
Album Keep On (2005). Labels 19 Recordings, Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Karen Poole, Tracy Ackerman, Will Young. Stephen Lipson, Tim Cansfield.
Keep On (Hybrid, DualDisc, Album). 19 Recordings, Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Keep On (CD, Album).
In Keep on, Will Young continues in his quest to veer as far away from the slushy cover TV ballads, and onto critical acclaim. Co-writing most songs, reflective, non-naff, lyrics are backed by instrumentation reminiscent of Stevie Wonder, (hear toe-tapper "Happiness") wrapped in the warm production of Steve Lipson. Ultimately, Will's thin voice will never be the easiest listen, but he can be forgiven, since he sings so well, and so impassioned.
Will Young - Keep On 4:44. Will Young - Switch It On 3:47. Read full description. See details and exclusions. From the opening track, "Keep On", to the last note of "Home" this album is a pleasure to listen to. I am a fan, so I might be called biased, but I am not above criticising where I think it's warranted. The only real blip on the record is "Save Yourself". That is rather a boring and slightly annoying song. Favourites include the beautiful "All Time Love", and the weird-and-wonderful "Ain't Such A Bad Place To Be".
Keep On. Veröffentlicht am January 6, 2006. Ain't Such A Bad Place To Be.
Will Young was growing up. It had been three years since his unexpected win on the first season of Pop Idol and even at the time of his second album, Friday's Child, he had stated his intention to distance himself from the moniker of being a TV reality show winner, especially as the careers of such winners tended to be notoriously short. So there he was on the cover of his third album, Keep On, looking remarkably like the actor Todd Carty, who played the weatherbeaten character of Mark Fowler on BBC-TVs Eastenders
Written-By – F. White*, H. Moraes*, S. Lipson*, W. Young*
|2||Switch It On
Written-By – K. Poole*, R. Peterson*, S. Lipson*, S. Wolf*, W. Young*
|3||All Time Love
Written-By – J. Hartman*
|4||Ain't Such A Bad Place To Be
Written-By – B. MacKichan*, K. Poole*
|5||Think It Over
Written-By – J. Douglas*, K. Poole*, W. Young*
|6||Who Am I
Written-By – F. White*, L. Silvas*
Written-By – S. Lee*
Written-By – F. White*
Written-By – J. Gass*, R. Thicke*, S. Hurley*, W. Young*
|10||All I Want
Written-By – D. Carey*, W. Young*
|11||Think About It
Written-By – F. White*, S. Lipson*, W. Young*
Written-By – K. Poole*, N. Sawhney*, W. Young*
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