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Cinderella - Night Songs (1986)

Cinderella - Night Songs (1986)

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Cinderella - Night Songs
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1. "Night Songs"   4:12
2. "Shake Me"   3:44
3. "Nobody's Fool"  4:49
4. "Nothin' for Nothin'"   3:33
5. "Once Around the Ride"   3:22
6. "Hell on Wheels"   2:49
7. "Somebody Save Me"   3:16
8. "In from the Outside"   4:07
9. "Push, Push"   2:52
10. "Back Home Again"   3:30

Total length:   36:05

Cinderella Band Members / Musicians
Tom Keifer - lead vocals, guitar, piano
Jeff LaBar - guitar, vocals
Eric Brittingham - bass, vocals
Fred Coury - drums (does not play on the album, joined shortly after it was recorded)
Barry Bennedetta - lead guitar on "Back Home Again", "Nothin' for Nothin'" and "Push, Push"
Jeff Paris - keyboards
Jody Cortez - drums on all tracks
Tony Mills - background vocals
Jon Bon Jovi - background vocals on "Nothin' for Nothin'" and "In From the Outside"
Bill Mattson - Background vocals on "Shake Me"
Andy Johns - producer and engineer
David Glover, Joe Hauserman, Mark McKenna, Nick Didia, Paul Wertheimer - assistant engineers
Mark "Weissguy" Weiss - photography/cover concept

Night Songs is the debut studio album by American glam metal band Cinderella originally released in June 1986. Mercury Records issued the album in America, while Vertigo Records handled the album's release in Europe.

Night Songs sold several million copies due to a combination of Cinderella's breakthrough single "Nobody's Fool", MTV airplay, and an opening slot on labelmates Bon Jovi's tour, in support of their album Slippery When Wet.

Cinderella was an American rock band formed in 1982 in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The band emerged in the mid-1980s with a series of multi-platinum albums and hit singles whose music videos received heavy MTV rotation. Cinderella initially had a heavy metal and glam metal sound before shifting into a more hard rock and blues rock based sound. By the mid-1990s, the band's popularity declined severely due to personal setbacks, break-ups, and changes in the music industry. After a brief hiatus, Cinderella reunited in 1996 and continued to perform live but never released any studio material after their 1994 album Still Climbing. The band has sold 15 million records worldwide, according to band member Tom Keifer's official website. After participating in the 2014 "Monsters of Rock Cruise", Cinderella again became inactive. In November 2017, Keifer stated that the band had no plans to reform.

Cinderella Band Members / Musicians
Tom Keifer – lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, saxophone, harmonica, steel guitar, mandolin, dobro (1982–2017)

Eric Brittingham – bass, backing vocals (1982–2017)

Jeff LaBar – guitar, backing vocals, slide guitar (1985–2017)

Fred Coury – drums, percussion, backing vocals (1986–1991, 1996–2017)

Rick Criniti – keyboards, backing vocals (1986–1990)

Gary Corbett – keyboards, backing vocals (1990–1995, 1998–2017)

Kevin Valentine – drums, percussion (1991–1993)

Roberta Freeman - backing vocals, Heartbreak Station Tour (1990-1991; also appeared in music videos)

Dianne Jones - backing vocals (1990-1991)

Jay Davidson - saxophones, keys, backing vocals, 

Heartbreak Station Tour (1990-1991; also appeared in music videos)[citation needed]

Ray Brinker – drums, percussion (1994–1995)

John Rogers – drums, percussion (2009–2010)

Garry Nutt – bass (2008)

Paul Taylor – keyboards, backing vocals (2012)

Jody Cortez – drums, percussion (1986)

Jeff Paris - keyboards (1986)

Cozy Powell – drums (1988)

Denny Carmassi - drums (1988)

Rick Criniti - piano, organ, synthesizer

Kevin Conway – drums, percussion (1990)

Kenny Aronoff – drums, percussion (1994)

Ken Hensley - keyboards (1990)

Rod Roddy - piano (1990)

Jay Davidson - saxophones, keys, backing vocals (1990)

Michael Kelly Smith – guitar, backing vocals (1983–1985)

Tony Destra – drums, percussion (1983–1985, died 1987)

Jim Drnec – drums, percussion (1985–1986)

Cinderella Discography Full - Studio albums
Night Songs (1986)
Long Cold Winter (1988)
Heartbreak Station (1990)
Still Climbing (1994)

1986 – 1987 Night Songs World Tour
1988 – 1989 Long Cold Winter World Tour
1990 – 1991 The Heartbreak Station Tour

Unfinished Business Tour
2000 Summer Tour
2002 Summer Tour
2005 Rock Never Stops Tour
2006 20 Years of Rock Tour
2010 Summer Tour
2011 25th Anniversary World Tour
2012 Summer Tour
2013 Monsters of Rock Cruise
2014 Monsters of Rock Cruise

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