Mama Said

Virgin Records
Release date
11 Jul 1992
Running length
14 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Fields Of Joy 3:57 41,165
2 Always on the Run 3:53 172,692
3 Stand By My Woman 4:20 128,360
4 It Ain't Over 'til It's Over 4:02 166,733
5 More Than Anything In This World 3:28 28,993
6 What Goes Around Comes Around 4:50 33,786
7 The Difference Is Why 4:52 28,482
8 Stop Draggin' Around 2:39 32,731
9 Flowers For Zoë 2:43 10,315
10 Fields Of Joy (Reprise) 3:59 23,036
11 All I Ever Wanted 4:14 28,396
12 When The Morning Turns To Night 2:59 24,792
13 What The .... Are We Saying? 5:13 4,839
14 Butterfly 1:52 29,636

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  • dAdriano


    29 Aug 2013 Reply
  • halo_dm2

    I have this CD since a long time, I am not a Lenny fan but this album is one of the best of the 90's

    10 Feb 2013 Reply
  • PaulFrankRizzo

    I love this Album.

    20 Oct 2009 Reply
  • Disaster86

    I love it. It's my favorite album. It's simply perfect.

    9 Jul 2009 Reply
  • XXplorher

    Agree that this might be his only album you can listen to start to finish and not feel like you only got half an album. I dunno why that is, cuz the later half of this album is very sparse... but it works. There's a truth in these tracks. Always on the Run, Stand by My Woman and It Ain't over all got well deserved airplay, but More Than Anything, The Difference is Why, All I Ever Wanted... those are sincere tracks that make this album better than anything else he ever produced. It's an 'Honest' album. No doubt.

    24 Mar 2009 Reply
  • 2Serenity

    My favorite Lenny album! I even had this on tape!! It was my first clear tape. Remember when they were ugly and beige but his was different! Clear! Now I have the CD.

    12 Jun 2007 Reply
  • goodies006

    Just dug this out of the old CD collection... where have you been Lenny?!?

    2 Feb 2007 Reply