Can't Wait All Night

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Can't Wait All Night
Studio album by Juice Newton
Released 1984
Genre Country rock
Length 36:43
Label RCA
Producer Richard Landis
Juice Newton chronology
Dirty Looks
(1983)
Can't Wait All Night
(1984)
Old Flame
(1985)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Can't Wait All Night is a 1984 album by Juice Newton. It was her first album on RCA Records since 1976, having recorded on Capitol Records in the interim. The album was Newton's last to chart on the Billboard 200, reaching #128. It was re-released on CD by Wounded Bird Records in 2007.

Can't Wait All Night marked the end of Newton's run on the pop charts, as it contains her last two songs to date to chart on the Billboard Hot 100: "A Little Love", which peaked at #44, and the edgy Bryan Adams-written and -produced title track, which peaked at #66. Both songs were aided by popular music videos. The former is also Newton's most recent Top 10 hit on the Adult Contemporary chart, peaking at #7. Her next album, Old Flame, would mark Newton's return full-force to the country music charts.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "A Little Love"   Todd Sharp, Danny Douma, Richard Feldman 3:58
2. "(You Don't Hear) The One That Gets You"   Van Stephenson, Jan Buckingham 3:29
3. "Can't Wait All Night"   Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance 4:01
4. "Restless Heart"   Stephenson, Tim DuBois, Dave Robbins 3:50
5. "Easy Way Out"   Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg 3:28
6. "Let's Dance"   Jim Lee 2:40
7. "He's Gone"   Reed Nielsen 3:47
8. "You Don't Know Me"   Cindy Walker, Eddy Arnold 3:38
9. "Eye of the Hurricane"   Otha Young, Nielsen 4:07
10. "Waiting for the Sun"   Young, Tim James 3:47

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