1. "Pressure Down" H. Bogdanovs 3:50
2. "You're the Voice" M. Ryder, C. Thompson, A. Qunta, K. Reid 5:04
3. "One Step Away" J. Kennett, D. Skinner 3:36
4. "Reasons" S. See 4:26
5. "Going, Going, Gone" J. Farnham, D. Hirschfelder, R.Fraser 3:33
6. "No One Comes Close" E. McCusker 4:09
7. "Love to Shine" H. Bogdanovs, K.Dee 4:01
8. "Trouble" D. East 3:25
9. "A Touch of Paradise" R. Wilson, G.Smith 4:48
10. "Let Me Out" J. Farnham 4:22
Whispering Jack is the sixteenth album by Australian singer John Farnham. The album was released in Australia on November 12, 1986. It has become one of the highest selling albums in Australia by an Australian artist, with over 1 million copies sold. It spent 25 weeks at the number one spot on the Kent Music Report charts. The album was awarded the 1987 Aria Award for "Album of the Year". One of Farnham's biggest hits of his career, "You're the Voice" is featured on this album.
Prior to this album's release, Farnham's career had stalled after being recruited and then dumped as lead singer of Australia's Little River Band. Farnham's manager at the time, Glenn Wheatley, reportedly mortgaged his home to raise funds for the recording of this album. The risk eventually paid off big time. After initial reluctance by major Australian radio stations to play the lead single, "You're The Voice", public demand became overwhelming and they relented. The song became one of the standout Number One songs on the Australian Charts of the 80's and still remains a staple of Australian Radio. Whispering Jack re-started John Farnham's career and kept it rolling across two more decades to date.
According to the Australian Music Report, the album was the best charting album in Australia for the decade of the 80's in Australia. It clocked up 25 weeks at No. 1 in the Australian album charts during 1986 and 1987.