Ellen Foley Night Out 1979 320k ( Meat Loaf connection see post Info)

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Name:Ellen Foley Night Out 1979 320k ( Meat Loaf connection see post Info)

Total Size: 86.77 MB

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00. Ellen Foley - Night Out.nfo (Size: 86.77 MB) (Files: 16)

 00. Ellen Foley - Night Out.nfo

1.29 KB

 01 - We Belong To The Night.mp3

12.12 MB

 02 - Whats The Matter Baby.mp3

8.30 MB

 03 - Stupid Girl.mp3

9.40 MB

 04 - Night Out.mp3

12.03 MB

 05 - Thunder And Rain.mp3

6.97 MB

 06 - Sad Song.mp3

7.93 MB

 07 - Young Lust.mp3

12.44 MB

 08 - Hideaway.mp3

8.54 MB

 09 - Don't Let Go.mp3

9.03 MB

 Demon's Eye Music Forum - All Music, Rock And Metal.url

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 Ellen Foley - Night Out - 1979 -320k.sfv

1.65 KB

 Ellen Foley - Night Out.m3u

0.58 KB


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1. (00:05:18) Ellen Foley - We Belong To The Night
2. (00:03:37) Ellen Foley - Whats The Matter Baby
3. (00:04:06) Ellen Foley - Stupid Girl
4. (00:05:15) Ellen Foley - Night Out
5. (00:03:02) Ellen Foley - Thunder And Rain
6. (00:03:28) Ellen Foley - Sad Song
7. (00:05:26) Ellen Foley - Young Lust
8. (00:03:44) Ellen Foley - Hideaway
9. (00:03:57) Ellen Foley - Don't Let Go
Playing Time.........: 00:37:52
Total Size...........: 74.63 MB
NFO generated on.....: 07/04/2008 14:19:32

Ellen Foley (born in St. Louis, Missouri) is an American singer and actress whose range of talent and experience has spanned edgy rock, mainstream pop, standard Broadway, sitcom television, and Hollywood. She has released several albums on her own but she is perhaps best known for her collaborative work. Her debut album from 1979, Nightout is the most memorable, evoking the classic girl group sound of the 1960s, notably Phil Spector's Wall of Sound. The record was produced by Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson. Her first big break was singing the duet with Meat Loaf on "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and she later sang on Joe Jackson's Body and Soul. She was featured as a backup singer for Ian Hunter and The Blue Oyster Cult. She can be heard on The Clash album Sandinista! in the song "Hitsville UK". All four members of The Clash appeared on her 1981 album The Spirit of St. Louis and Mick Jones and Joe Strummer co-wrote a number of songs for the album.

The Clash's hit song "Should I Stay or Should I Go" from the Combat Rock album, was about the turbulent relationship they shared. It was written and sung by Mick Jones. Ellen foley was also featured in a band called Pandora's Box, formed by Jim Steinman in 1989. For several years, Ellen has worked in film, TV, Broadway and raised two wonderful sons. BUT--she's decided to get back to her roots and has formed a band tentatively called "Ellen Foley and The Dirty Old Men" (actually they're not particularly dirty or old). They will start doing gigs in NYC in the Fall. So Stop Right There and check out the shows.
The grand opener "We Belong to the Night" is breathtaking and bombastic bliss; a creamy confection of debonair dreams that could only come from the late '70s and the glitter-gutter combo of Mick Ronson and Ian Hunter. The princely poppers provide the perfect atmosphere for Foley's powerful theatrics on her inaugural flight. The second single, "What's a Matter Baby," soars just as high in the stratosphere: a little bit '50s, but a whole lot cosmic.

This gem is priceless, Ronson's axe is exemplary throughout: shooting over Mars and then swooping back through nocturnal cityscapes. He twists "Heartful of Soul" into "Young Lust" and makes a break for it in "Hide Away." Obviously haunted by midnight Spectors, kindred spirit Hunter supplies the perfect keyboard counterpart: mission control for Ronson's rockets. The swirling storm whipping through Gram Parker's "Thunder and Rain" builds to an almost unbearable compression of intensity. In the eye of this celestial storm, Foley scats, scolds, swoons, croons, pouts, pleads, and purrs in a rich tone that few femme fatales possess, scaling a towering wall of sonic seduction. The sublime proceedings finally slow down to a crawl for fallout "Don't Let Go," but it's just the mourning after an unforgettable Night Out.


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