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Night And Day

Joe Jackson
Night And Day

A&M Records


From the Original 1982 Vinyl LP

Night Side:

1) Another World (4:00)

2) Chinatown (4:08)

3) T.V. Age (3:45)
(Music by Joe Jackson/Steve Tatler, Lyrics by Joe Jackson)
(C) 1982 Albion Music/Key Songs, Almo Music Corp.,
administered on behalf of Albion Music in the U.S. and Canada

4) Target (3:52)
Richard Torres: Bongos, Cowbell and Clave

5) Steppin' Out (4:34)


Day Side:

6) Breaking Us In Two (4:57)

7) Cancer (6:06)
Richard Torres: Bongos, Cowbell and Clave

8) Real Men (4:05)
Ed Rynesdal: Violins

9) A Slow Song (7:13)
Ed Rynesdal: Violins

Written and recorded in New York City

Co-Produced and Mixed by David Kershenbaum and Joe Jackson
Recorded at Blue Rock Studio, Soho, New York City, Spring 1982

Engineered by Michael Ewasko
Assisted by Ken Tracht

Arranged and orchestrated by Joe Jackson


Graham Maby: Bass, Vocals, Percussion
Larry Tolfree: Drums, Timbales, Percussion
Sue Hadjopoulos: Congas, Bongos, Timbales, Orchestra Bells, Xylophone, Miscellaneous Percussion, Flute and Vocals
Joe Jackson: Piano, Fender Rhodes and Yamaha Electric Pianos, Hammond Organ, Gem Organ, Prophet-5 and Minimoog Synthesizers, Alto Saxophone, Vibes and Lead Vocals
Al Weisman: Background Vocals
Grace Millan: Background Vocals

Thanks to Jack Waldman and Ed Rynesdal for Synthesizer Programming
Art Direction by Joe Jackson
Co-Ordination by Paula Greif
Artwork by Philip Burke
Photo by George Dubose

John Tefler & Basement Music
American Representative: Pat Gibbons, Select Artists Group, New York
Agency, Europe - T.B.A. London
Agency, U.S.A. - Wayne Forte, International Talent Group, New York

"I am an opportunist from where it is, music, is mostly all right, or at least in a healthy state for the future, in spite of the fact that it may sound as though it is being held hostage." - Duke Ellington

All song written by Joe Jackson and published by Albion Music (except as indicated)
Administered by Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) in the U.S. and Canada

A&M Records, Inc.
P.O. Box 118
Hollywood, California 90028
(c) 1982 A&M Records, Inc., All Rights Reserved

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