Night After Night (UK album)


Night After Night (UK album)
Night After Night
Live album by UK
Released September 1979
Recorded June 1979
Genre Progressive rock
Length 42:13
Label E.G. Records
Producer Eddie Jobson and John Wetton
UK chronology
Danger Money
(1979)
Night After Night
(1979)
Concert Classics Vol.4
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Night After Night is the title of an album recorded live by the British band UK.

Recorded in early June 1979 at Sun Plaza and Seiken Kan, Tokyo, Japan, it is UK's third album and their first live album, released in September 1979 in support of the band's US tour supporting Jethro Tull (which Eddie Jobson joined after UK's split), and later headlining European tour. The title track and "As Long As You Want Me Here" do not appear on any studio release by the band. The title track was released also as a single (in a slightly edited version), with a non-LP studio track as a B-side titled "When Will You Realize?" that has yet to appear on any CD (although it was re-recorded with different lyrics on John Wetton's solo album Caught In The Crossfire in 1980). This track is said to be the one that split up UK. [2]

Contents

Track listing

Side one

  1. "Night After Night" 5:21
  2. "Rendezvous 6.02" 5:17
  3. "Nothing to Lose" 5:25
  4. "As Long as You Want Me Here" 5:00

Side two

  1. "Alaska" (Jobson) 4:21
  2. "Time to Kill" (Jobson, Wetton, Bill Bruford) 4:17
  3. "Presto Vivace" (Jobson) 1:12
  4. "In the Dead of Night" 6:22
  5. "Caesar's Palace Blues" 4:58

All tracks composed by Eddie Jobson and John Wetton; except where indicated

Personnel

Singles

  • "Night After Night" / "When Will You Realize?"

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