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, 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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Notes

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

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
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, Promo) Epic PE-34078 US 1976 Sell This Version
PE-34078, PE 34078 Doc Severinsen Night Journey(LP, Album, RE) Epic, Epic PE-34078, PE 34078 US Unknown Sell This Version
PE-34078 Doc Severinsen Night Journey(Acetate, LP, Album) Epic PE-34078 US 1976 Sell This Version

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WeedMusic

WeedMusic

March 18, 2010
edited over 7 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!