"No Sound But A Heart" is the great lost Sheena Easton album - lost in the United States anyway. One single, Prince's "Eternity" (also covered by Chaka Khan) was issued, and the entire project was scrapped here, although it was released in Canada. At the time (1986), Sheena Easton was enjoying a remarkable career, one which found her straddling the top 40, dance, r&b, adult contemporary and country charts at one time or another, and there was no reason to think she would drop off in popularity anytime soon. But when the supposedly sure-fire "Eternity" was only a minor hit, this satisfying album was the casualty. Contract negotiations evidently played a big part as well. No matter, "No Sound But A Heart" is here, a voluptuously mellow Sheena Easton contemporary pop ballad set, primarily helmed by Marin County's estimable Narada include a Christmas song from the "Santa Claus" movie (remember that one?); an edgy, semi-successful new wave "Shock Wave" co-Michael Walden. The title song is a real gem,and "Floating Hearts" is a moody standout, but there are no clunkers on this set. Sheena's vocals are smooth and emotional. The four bonus cuts written by Easton; and the two superb big beat numbers Sheena did in the film "About Last Night," both written by Tom Snow and Cynthia Weil, "So Far So Good" and "Natural Love," two of her best recordings ever.