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I Came to Dance is the third solo studio album from Nils Lofgren. All tracks composed by Nils Lofgren; except where indicated. I Came to Dance" 4:30. Rock Me at Home" 4:30. Home Is Where the Hurt Is" 4:12. Code of the Road" 4:51. Happy Ending Kids" 3:01. To Be a Dreamer" 3:45. Happy" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) 3:22. Rev. Patrick Henderson - piano. Nils Lofgren - vocals, guitar, keyboards. Tom Lofgren - guitar. Wornell Jones - bass.
Nils is the fifth solo album from Nils Lofgren. With mainstream success continuing to elude Lofgren, A&M brought in Bob Ezrin in 1979, to oversee Nils. Ezrin was known for his successes with Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd, Lou Reed, and Kiss. Lofgren: "The label said they wanted to bring in co-writers, and I said that I didn't do that. Ezrin said, 'What about Lou Reed?' And I said, 'Well, yeah, okay.
Night After Night is a live double album by Nils Lofgren, released in 1977. It was his fourth solo album. Take You to the Movies Tonight". CD version of the album does not contain the song "Moontears". The songs "Back It Up" and "I Came to Dance" have been abridged. 2014 JAPAN MINI LP CD (UICY 76085/6) includes the full track listing on 2 CD's faithful to the original complete and unabridged. Personnel and Production. Nils Lofgren : lead vocals, guitars, piano (07). Tom Lofgren : guitar, organ, background vocals. Wornell Sonic Prince Jones : bass, timbales, background vocals. David Platshon : drums, percussion. Patrick Henderson : piano, organ, background vocals. Produced by David Briggs.
Nils Lofgren is a 1975 album by Nils Lofgren, also known as the "Fat Man Album". It was his first solo album, following the breakup of his group, Grin. The 1983 Rolling Stone Record Guide said it was a "tour de force of unquenchable vitality and disarming subtlety
Night After Night is a live double album by Nils Lofgren, released in 1977. CD version of the album does not contain the song "Moon Tears".
By: Nils Lofgren (1977, Rock). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from Nils Lofgren
Though not an inspired effort, this double-live album does have its moments. Lofgren's muscular guitar playing is particularly evident on tracks such as "Keith Don't Go" (an ode to Rolling Stone Keith Richards) and "Cry Tough. Lofgren has long been underrated as a guitar player and songwriter, and although this album does not have the dynamic energy that some of his live shows of the '70s had, it does catch the former E Street guitarist playing some fine lead guitar.
|A1||Take You To The Movies||0:58|
|A2||Back It Up||6:32|
|A3||Keith Don't Go (Ode To The Glimmer Twin)||5:55|
|B2||It's Not A Crime||4:55|
|B4||You're The Weight||5:09|
|C3||Code Of The Road||9:12|
|D1||Rock And Roll Crook||2:56|
|D3||Incidentally... It's Over||4:08|
|D4||I Came To Dance||8:34|
|AMLH 68439, SP 3707||Nils Lofgren||Night After Night (2xLP, Album, Gat)||A&M Records, A&M Records||AMLH 68439, SP 3707||Europe||1977|
|AMLM 68439||Nils Lofgren||Night After Night (2xLP, Album, Gat)||A&M Records||AMLM 68439||UK||1977|
|CS-3707||Nils Lofgren||Night After Night (Cass, Album, Dol)||A&M Records||CS-3707||US||1977|
|LP 396 509-1||Nils Lofgren||Night After Night (2xLP, Album, RE)||A&M Records||LP 396 509-1||Germany||Unknown|
|ST 3707||Nils Lofgren||Night After Night (8-Trk, Album)||A&M Records||ST 3707||US||1977|