Here Comes the Night is the twelfth album by singer-songwriter Barry Manilow. The album was recorded at Sound City Recording Studios in Van Nuys, California. The United Kingdom release went by the title "I Wanna Do It With You". It was released in 1982, and it scored single platinum.
Here Comes the Night" is a 1964 song, written by Bert Berns. It became a hit for Northern Irish band Them, fronted by Van Morrison, in March 1965, charting at No. 2 in the UK and No. 24 in the US. Them's single is listed at either No. 33 or No. 36 in the Top 100 best-selling UK singles during the calendar year 1965, depending on source. The song was originally released as a single in both the UK and the US. by another Decca Records' artiste, Lulu, in November 1964
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1 more album featuring this track. The Only Thing She Left Me Was The Blues. Eleven Hundred Springs.
Just past the point where a great artist reaches too far for new material, 1971's Here Comes the Sun presented Nina Simone in a contemporary setting with eight covers of recent rock hits. Though the title track isn't very embarrassing - her voice betrays a few technical faults - there are few successes with the rest of the material.
From the Delta to Modern Blues-Rock, here is our list of the BEST BLUES RECORDS ever. Before the 60's, most Blues records sold as singles, so most of the selections here are compilation albums. After the 60's we have selected the outstanding album or the live set which shows the best of the artist's talents. Our list covers all ages of the Blues, from the early Country Music styles through to the electric Blues of the City. The Blues has traveled around the world and back again, and our list reflects this and they do! but to our ears they sound pretty good.
Here Comes The Night, which put Van Morrison in the charts for the second time with Them, was new in British record shops on 5 March 1965. Just a few weeks later, they were in the record racks again with ‘Here Comes The Night,’ recorded at the same October 1964 session as ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’ with its producer and writer Bert Berns. Record Mirror would later report on that productive booking, with a story by Richard Green that began: One recording session. Her version of ‘Here Comes The Night’ reached only No. 50. Nineteen-year-old Morrison’s vocals on the Them recording were complemented by the rhythm guitar of none other than Jimmy Page, hugely in demand as a session musician, and the lead guitar lines of Them’s Billy Harrison.
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