Late Nite

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Late Nite
Studio album by Neal Schon
Released 1989
Recorded Gush Studios, Oakland, CA
Genre Fusion
Length 57:56
Label Columbia
Producer Bob Marlette
Neal Schon chronology
Here to Stay - as Schon & Hammer
(1982)
Late Nite
(1989)
Beyond the Thunder
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Guitar Nine (not rated) link

Late Nite is the first solo album by Neal Schon released in 1989. Bob Marlette played keyboards and produced the album. Several of the musicians were former Journey members, Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie, Jonathan Cain, Steve Smith, and Randy Jackson (as well as future Journey member Deen Castronovo).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Le Dome" (Schon, Marlette) - 1:07
  2. "Late Nite" (Schon, Marlette) - 6:37
  3. "Softly" (Schon, Marlette, Rolie, Burtnick) - 5:19
  4. "The Theme" (Schon, Marlette) - 9:41
  5. "I'll Be Waiting" (Schon, Marlette, Rolie) - 5:05
  6. "I'll Cover You" (Schon, Burtnick, Marlette) - 5:56
  7. "Rain's Comin' Down" (Schon, Cain, Marlette) - 7:06
  8. "Smoke of the Revolution" (Schon, Cain, Spiro) - 4:45
  9. "Inner Circles" (Schon, Marlette) - 4:38
  10. "Steps" (Schon, Marlette) - 5:32
  11. "Blackened Bacon" (Schon, Marlette, Newman) - 2:28

Album credits[edit]

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Bob Marlette - Producer
  • Gary Wagner - Producer of "Smoke of the Revolution"
  • Bob Ludwig - Mastering
  • Tom Size - Assistant engineer

References[edit]

  • Liner notes from the album.