A Night on the Town (Bruce Hornsby album)

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A Night on the Town
Studio album by Bruce Hornsby and the Range
Released 1990
Genre Rock
Length 55:07
Label RCA Records
Producer Bruce Hornsby, Don Gehman
Bruce Hornsby chronology
Scenes from the Southside
(1988)
A Night on the Town
(1990)
Harbor Lights
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

A Night on the Town was the third and final album by Bruce Hornsby and the Range. Following albums would be credited to Hornsby alone. A Night on the Town features Hornsby's last significant hit single, "Across the River", which spent one week at the top of the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart. Bruce Hornsby chose Laurelle Brooks as the female lead in the music video for "Across the River".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "A Night on the Town"   Bruce Hornsby, John Hornsby 4:26
2. "Carry the Water"   Bruce Hornsby 5:09
3. "Fire on the Cross"   Bruce Hornsby, John Hornsby 4:39
4. "Barren Ground"   Bruce Hornsby, John Hornsby 5:29
5. "Across the River"   Bruce Hornsby, John Hornsby 5:10
6. "Stranded on Easy Street"   Bruce Hornsby, John Hornsby 3:54
7. "Stander on the Mountain"   Bruce Hornsby 6:10
8. "Lost Soul"   Bruce Hornsby 5:45
9. "Another Day"   Bruce Hornsby 4:24
10. "Special Night"   Bruce Hornsby 4:11
11. "These Arms of Mine"   Bruce Hornsby 5:53

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel, by track[edit]

Carry the Water

  • Laura Creamer – backing vocals
  • Shaun Murphy – backing vocals

Fire on the Cross

Barren Ground

Across The River

  • Laura Creamer – backing vocals
  • Jerry Garcia – guitar
  • Shaun Murphy – backing vocals

Stranded on Easy Street

Stander on the Mountain

Lost Soul

  • Shawn Colvin – vocals

Another Day

  • David Lasley – backing vocals
  • Arnold McCuller – backing vocals

Special Night

  • Shawn Colvin – backing vocals

These Arms of Mine

  • Brigette Bryant – backing vocals
  • David Lasley – backing vocals
  • Arnold McCuller – backing vocals
  • Fred White – backing vocals

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Newson, Jim. Bruce Hornsby and the Range: A Night on the Town > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved September 21, 2011.