Cyndi Lauper - A Night To Remember

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Producers include: Lennie Petze, E.T. Thorngren, Phil Ramone, Cyndi Lauper. Recorded at The Hit Factory, New York City, New York. Personnel: Cyndi Lauper (dulcimer, background vocals); John McCurry (guitar, coral sitar); Dave Dale, Rob Newhouse, Eric Clapton, Paul Pesco, Rick Derringer, Bobby Bandiera (guitar); Rocking Dopsie (accordion); John Turi (saxophone, keyboards); Tom Kelly (keyboards, background vocals); Jeff Bova, Peter Wood, Tommy Mandell (keyboards); Lee Foxx, Neil Jason, T-Bone Wolk, T.M. Stevens, Bakithi Kumalo, Bootsy Collins (bass guitar); Steve Ferrone (drums); Joe Bellia (drum machine); George Recile (triangle); Carole Steele (percussion); Jimmy Bralower (drum programming); Gordon Grody, Dave Spinner, Frank Simms, Franke Previte, Angela Clemmons-Patrick, Larry Blackmon, Nathan Leftenant, Tomi Jenkins, George Simms (background vocals). Recording information: The HIT Factory. Photographer: Chip Simons. Arrangers: Cyndi Lauper; Eric "ET" Thorngren; Jeff Bova; Jimmy Bralower; Lennie Petze. On True Colors, Cyndi Lauper began to edge her way into adult contemporary territory, but it was on her third album, A Night to Remember, that she concentrated all of her attention on becoming a self-consciously "mature" singer/songwriter. A Night to Remember doesn't always work, but not because she's incapable of performing polished, well-crafted middle-of-the-road material -- "Time After Time" and "True Colors" prove that she could convincingly deliver ballads. Instead, the album bogs down because it assumes that labored arrangements and precisely detailed production are tantamount to musical sophistication. That said, there are some moments -- such as the seductive "I Drove All Night" -- that make a lasting impression, illustrating what Lauper was attempting to achieve with the record. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


UPC 5099746249922
Runtime 39 min.
Type Performer
Genre Rock & Pop
Label Sony BMG Music
Number of Discs 1
Track Listing Disc 1
  • 1. Intro
  • 2. I Drove All Night
  • 3. Primitive
  • 4. My First Night Without You
  • 5. Like a Cat
  • 6. Heading West
  • 7. Night To Remember, A
  • 8. Unconditional Love
  • 9. Insecurious
  • 10. Dancing With a Stranger
  • 11. I Don't Want To Be Your Friend
  • 12. Kindred Spirit
Format Compact Disc
Spars Coding n/a
Artists Lauper, Cyndi
Country of Origin United States

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