Fires at Midnight is the third studio album by the group Blackmore's Night, released July 10, 2001 through SPV/Steamhammer. In comparison to their previous two releases, there are more electric guitar parts on this album, whilst maintaining a folk rock direction. The album was a Top Ten record in Germany. On December 2001, Fires At Midnight was a finalist on the New Age Voice award for the best vocal album of the year. In 2004 the album went Gold in the Czech Republic.
Midnight Star's fourth album, No Parking on the Dance Floor, was released in 1983, and proved to be their breakout. Featuring a mix of R&B and funk with vocoder vocals, the album hit No. 2 on the Billboard magazine Top Black Albums chart and No. 27 on the Billboard Top LPs & Tape and it went double platinum in the . Its first single, "Freak-A-Zoid", went to No. 2 on the . The Washington Post's J. D. Considine argues that this song served to "establish group's stylistic identity" and that it "put Midnight. In 1986 the band released their sixth album, Headlines, which was their third album to sell at least gold. It was to be their last with the Calloway brothers.
The music on Sax at Midnight is as generic as the packaging, making this set nothing more than mediocre background music. It's advisable to skip this lemon and pick up a quality compilation on a legitimate jazz label like Blue Note, Prestige, or Pacific Jazz. Track Listing - Disc 1.
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Till Midnight is the fourth studio album by Chuck Ragan, which was recorded in 2013 and produced by Christopher Thorn. The album was recorded at the Fireside Sound and Fonogenic Studios in Los Angeles. Guest vocalists include Ben Nichols (of Lucero), Dave Hause (of The Loved Ones), Jenny . Chad Price, and Jon Snodgrass (of Drag the River).
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