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NIGHT AFTER NIGHT EXTENDED

UK

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4.38 | 6 ratings | 2 reviews | 67% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2019

Songs / Tracks Listing


BD-1 Night After Night
BD-2 Danger Money
BD-3 The Only Thing She Needs
BD-4 Nothing To Lose
BD-5 Bass Solo
BD-6 Thirty Years
BD-7 Carrying No Cross
BD-8 Rendezvous 6:02
BD-9 As Long As You Want Me Here
BD-10 Alaska
BD-11 Time To Kill
BD-12 Violin Solo
BD-13 Time To Kill - Reprise
BD-14 By The Light Of Day - Part II
BD-15 Presto Vivace
BD-16 Drum Solo
BD-17 In The Dead Of Night
BD-18 Caesar's Palace Blues
CD1-1 Night After Night
CD1-2 Danger Money
CD1-3 The Only Thing She Needs
CD1-4 Nothing To Lose
CD1-5 Bass Solo
CD1-6 Thirty Years
CD1-7 Carrying No Cross
CD1-8 Rendezvous 6:02
CD1-9 As Long As You Want Me Here
CD2-1 Alaska
CD2-2 Time To Kill
CD2-3 Violin Solo
CD2-4 Time To Kill - Reprise
CD2-5 By The Light Of Day - Part II
CD2-6 Presto Vivace
CD2-7 Drum Solo
CD2-8 In The Dead Of Night
CD2-9 Caesar's Palace Blues

Total Time 96 minutes

Line-up / Musicians


- Eddie Jobson / Keyboards and Electric Violin
- John Wetton / Lead Voice and Bass
- Terry Bozzio / Drums and Percussion

Releases information

Blu-Ray Audio Reissue, Stereo, Multi-Channel, 2 CD Reissue Stereo
Limited Edition on Globe Music (GMM 9180-2, USA &-Europe) March 8th, 2019. Recorded Live at Nakano Sun Plaza / Seinenkan Hall Tokyo, June 1979.

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UK Night After Night Extended ratings distribution


4.38
(6 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(67%)
67%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
33%
Good, but non-essential (0%)
0%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
4 stars UK is one of the most important supergroups in prog rock history. When they released their first album in the late seventies, they took the community by storm. Sadly, the band was short-lived. They made only one more album and this live release with some line-up change. Terry Bozzio is on drums instead of Bill Bruford and Allan Holdsworth is not there anymore. It brings good memories on me on how much I loved the production, the sound and of course the imaginative music. I bought this release to have the complete show in surround mixed by Bob Clearmountain who did a nice job using all channels placing violin and keys on the left rear and drums on the right rear. The violin and drums solo is a real treat to listen in that mode. The vocals of Wetton seems to be forced at the beginning like he was trying to catch his breath with fast tempo music. But it didn't really bother me after because I was putting my focus on the music. The package has 2 CD, a simple booklet, the menu presentation could have been better because we only have a static photo of the album cover when you watch the Blu-Ray, and there's no track selection. But the music of this is brilliant most of the times and very average on that couple more straight forward songs, like "Nothing To Lose". This is an excellent addition to your prog collection because of the surround treatment and the complete show.

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5 stars "Finally justice done to the exciting UK 1979 live sound" As a symphomaniac I had a tough time in the late Seventies, after a serie of very disappointing releases by the symphonic rock dinosaurs: Genesis and its progpop ... (read more)

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