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In the late 1970s two singers Stevie Vann (aka Stevie Lange) and Chris Thompson met when Vann was performing backing vocals for a Manfred Mann's Earth Band album (who Thompson was the singer for). Thompson approached Vann to form a band, known as Night, soon after Vann's own backing group, Bones had split up. Night then later split in 1983 after releasing two albums. They had two Top 40 hits in the U.S. in 1979: "Hot Summer Nights" (#18) and "If You Remember Me" (#17). The latter single, recorded as the theme song for Franco Zeffirelli's remake of The Champ (1979 film), was originally credited solely to Chris Thompson; later pressings of the single were credited to "Chris Thompson and Night."

Night can be seen in the film The Monster Club performing "The Stripper"

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Night / Long Distance

  1. Hot Summer Nights
  2. Cold Wind Across My Heart
  3. If You Gotta Make A Fool Of
  4. Ain’t That Peculiar
  5. Come Around (If You Want Me)
  6. You Ain’t Pretty Enough
  7. Shocked
  8. Love Message
  9. Party Shuffle
  10. Dr. Rock
  11. Don’t Break My Heart
  12. Love On The Airwaves
  13. The Letter
  14. Callin’ Me Back
  15. You Cried Wolf
  16. Stealin’
  17. Miss You (Like I Do)
  18. Day After Day
  19. Good To Be Back In Your Arms
  20. If You Remember Me