All Night Long (Sammy Hagar album)

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All Night Long
All Night Long (Sammy Hagar album).jpg
Live album by Sammy Hagar
Released 1978
Genre Hard rock
Length 40:13
Label Capitol
Producer John Carter, Sammy Hagar
Sammy Hagar chronology
Musical Chairs
(1977)
All Night Long
(1978)
Street Machine
(1979)
Loud & Clear
The cover of the UK release of the album
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

All Night Long (Loud & Clear in the UK) is Sammy Hagar's first live album. The album contains no overdubs.[2] The album was recorded during concerts in San Francisco, San Antonio, San Bernardino, Santa Cruz and Santa Monica.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Red" (John Carter, Sammy Hagar) - 5:03
  2. "Rock 'N' Roll Weekend" (Sammy Hagar) - 3:41
  3. "Make It Last/Reckless" (Sammy Hagar) - 6:40
  4. "Turn Up the Music" (Carter, Sammy Hagar) - 5:45
  5. "I've Done Everything for You" (Sammy Hagar) - 3:29
  6. "Young Girl Blues" (Donovan) - 8:58
  7. "Bad Motor Scooter" (Sammy Hagar) - 7:01
  8. "Space Station #5" (UK version only) (Sammy Hagar, Ronnie Montrose) - 3:47

Song information[edit]

  • The only song from Hagar's first solo album, Nine on a Ten Scale, is the Donovan cover, "Young Girl Blues".
  • "Red" and "Rock 'n' Roll Weekend" were both originally found on Hagar's second studio album, Sammy Hagar.
  • "Reckless" and "Turn Up the Music" were both originally found on Hagar's third studio album Musical Chairs.
  • "I've Done Everything for You" is a Hagar original, which went on to be a hit single for Rick Springfield.
  • Three tracks from Montrose's first album, Montrose, appear in this collection: "Make It Last", "Bad Motor Scooter" and, from the UK version only, "Space Station #5".
  • All tracks minus "Young Girl Blues" were re-released as part of the Red Hot! compilation.

Loud & Clear[edit]

All Night Long was not released in the UK until 1979. At that time, a new title and cover were chosen. Additionally, a live version of Montrose's "Space Station #5" was added to the end of the album.

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from Discogs.[3]

Releases[edit]

  • 1978 Capitol US SMAS-11812
  • 1978 Capitol US SN-16326
  • 1978 Capitol Germany 1C 064-85 594
  • 1979 Capitol UK E-ST 25330 (as "Loud & Clear")
  • 1979 Capitol Holland 1A 062-86063 (as "Loud & Clear")
  • 1992 BGO Records UK BGOCD149 (as "Loud & Clear")
  • 1996 One Way Records US 72438 19094 23
  • 2016 Rock Candy Records US 241159 3914

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "What Sammy Hagar Sez". HM Magazine (66). July–August 1997. ISSN 1066-6923. Archived from the original on October 31, 2000. Retrieved 2007-04-30. 
  3. ^ Sammy Hagar- All Night Long @Discogs.com Retrieved 1-24-2014.