Doc Severinsen ‎– Night Journey

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Epic ‎– PE-34078
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A1 I Wanna Be With You
Written-By – Doc Severinsen
4:07
A2 Night Journey
Written-By – Doc Severinsen, Ernie Chapman
4:13
A3 The World's Gone Home
Written-By – Doc Severinsen
4:42
A4 Spanish Dreams
Written-By – Phil Kelly
6:06
B1 You Put The Shine On Me
Written-By – Doc Severinsen
4:06
B2 Now And Then
Written-By – Doc Severinsen
5:07
B3 Little Tiny Feets
Written-By – Bobby Thomas (17), Doc Severinsen
3:19
B4 Lookin' Good
Written-By – Doc Severinsen
3:52
B5 Open The Gates Of Love
Written-By – Doc Severinsen, Paul Leim
3:10

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All songs 1975 All Write Music Publishers Inc. ASCAP
Recorded at Dallasonic Recording - Dallas, Texas.
™/©1976 CBS Inc./Ⓟ1976 CBS Inc./ Manufactured by Epic Records/CBS Inc./51 W. 52 Street, New York City/Ⓡ"Epic," Marca Reg.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout): T1 PAL-34078-1D AZ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout): SXT5 PBL-34078 1B AZ Mastered by Capitol WLy

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KE 34078 Doc Severinsen Night Journey(LP, Album) Epic KE 34078 Canada 1976 Sell This Version
ELPS 3767 Doc Severinsen Night Journey(LP, Album) Epic ELPS 3767 Australia 1976 Sell This Version
PE-34078, PE 34078 Doc Severinsen Night Journey(LP, Album) Epic, Epic PE-34078, PE 34078 US 1976 Sell This Version
PE-34078 Doc Severinsen Night Journey(LP, Album) Epic PE-34078 US 1976 Sell This Version
PE-34078 Doc Severinsen Night Journey(LP, Album, Promo) Epic PE-34078 US 1976 Sell This Version

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WeedMusic

WeedMusic

March 18, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

I didn't expect this record to be anywhere near this good. I recently bought a few crates of records and this was one of them. It is NOT cheesy or corny, as I had expected based on his later era of fame as the Tonight Show Band leader. On that show I always thought he was a little bland and tepid, not very funky. On this joint, Doc drops disco, funk and soul there are lots of breaks and thankfully a tasteful (minimal) use of strings. The album is mostly instrumental, there are a couple vocal tracks, again they are well done and compliment the tune.

Thought I'd throw a review this way to alert diggers that this record is not one to pass up!