Red Sky (song)

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"Red Sky"
Single by Status Quo
from the album In the Army Now
Released 18 July 1986 (1986-07-18)
Format 7 inch vinyl
Genre Rock
Length 4:13
Label Vertigo
Writer(s) John David
Producer(s) Dave Edmumds
Status Quo singles chronology
"Rollin' Home"
(1986)
"Red Sky"
(1986)
"In the Army Now"
(1986)

"Red Sky" is a single released by the British Rock band Status Quo in 1986. It was included on the album In the Army Now.[1]

It was the second of two songs to be written by John David and produced by Dave Edmunds. The 7 inch was also issued as a double pack with an additional single "Rocking All Over The World"/"Whatever You Want". Also to promote this release special jars of coffee were made. "Don't Give It Up" had previously been recorded by Rhino in 1983, but never released. This track was also recorded by Rick Parfitt (also featuring John Edwards and Jeff Rich) for his own solo album. For the 12 inch release a "Live At Wembley" poster gave the medley track list.

Track listing[edit]

7 inch[edit]

  1. "Red Sky" (J David) (4.13)
  2. "Don't Give It Up" (Lightman/Edwards/Rossi/Parfitt) (4.18)

12 inch[edit]

  1. "Red Sky" (J David) (4.13)
  2. "Don't Give It Up" (Lightman/Edwards/Rossi/Parfitt) (4.18)
  3. "The Milton Keynes Medley" (featuring "Mystery Song" / "Railroad" / "Most Of The Time" / "Wild Side Of Life" / "Slow Train") (8.13)

Charts[edit]

Chart (1986) Position
UK Singles Chart 19
Switzerland 29
Ireland 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Status Quo discography". statusquo.co.uk. Retrieved 2010-01-04.