Nights Like This

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Nights Like This
Studio album by Stacey Q
Released June 8, 1989
Recorded 1989
Genre Dance-pop, Hi-NRG, House, Freestyle music, Adult Contemporary
Length 48:29
Label Atlantic
Producer C & C Music Factory, Robert Gordon, Bruce Gaitsch, Jon St. James
Stacey Q chronology
Hard Machine
(1988)
Nights Like This
(1989)
Stacey Q's Greatest Hits
(1995)

Nights Like This was Stacey Q's follow up album to Hard Machine. Some of the songs made it to the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart such as the lead single, "Give You All My Love" produced by Clivilles & Cole of C&C Music Factory. That song as well as others failed to reach the top 40 in the Hot 100. The second single, the slightly tropical ballad Heartbeat became a minor Adult Contemporary radio hit. While a commercial failure, it is still considered a critical success. Her follow up albums were a compilation of her old material named Stacey Q's Greatest Hits and the folk-styled album Boomerang. She released a new album in 2010 called "Color Me Cinnamon."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Give You All My Love" (D. Cole, S. Swain) (5:00)
  2. "Nights Like This" (S. Swain, M. Gamble, R. Joy) (4:20)
  3. "Heartbeat" (B. Gaitsch) (4:50)
  4. "Incognito" (S. Swain, J. St. James) (5:18)
  5. "Take That Holiday" (M. Eckhart) (4:35)
  6. "You Wrote the Book" (K. Kessie, M. Goldstein, K. Guthorn) (5:00)
  7. "Love Philosophy" (S. Swain, J. St. James, R. Joy, M. Gamble) (5:15)
  8. "Goin' Out" (S. Swain, M. Eckhart, J. St. James) (5:39)
  9. "Too Good to Me" (S. Swain, M. Eckhart, J. St. James) (5:50)
  10. "The Edge of Love" (S. Swain, M. Eckhart, J. St. James) (4:02)

Personnel[edit]

Players[edit]

  • Stacey Q - lead & backing vocals, Kawai keyboards
  • Roger Behle, Jr.
  • Robert Clivilles
  • David Cole
  • Michael Eckhart
  • Bruce Gaitsch
  • Mark Gamble
  • Sam Lister
  • Jon St. James
  • Stacey Swain
  • David Williams

Backing Vocals[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Ken Komsar - executive producer
  • Michael Eckhart - keyboard arrangements, programming, additional production
  • Charlie Watts - engineer
  • Bruce Gaitsch - engineer
  • Steve "Griss" Grissen - engineer
  • Bruce Miller - engineer
  • Jim "Bonzai" Lyon - engineer
  • Ron Gordon - engineer

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