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Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
UK compilation featuring a selection of Laine's best solo work from his time with Wings (1971-1994). Special guests include Paul & Linda McCartney & Rick Wakeman. 15 tracks, all written by Laine except for a cover of 'G... more »
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UK compilation featuring a selection of Laine's best solo work from his time with Wings (1971-1994). Special guests include Paul & Linda McCartney & Rick Wakeman. 15 tracks, all written by Laine except for a cover of 'Go Now' & a writing collaboration with Paul McCartney on 'Send Me The Heart'. 1994 release.
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Nice collection of songs
Ron | Tacoma, WA | 03/15/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Denny Laine's solo CD's never have sold big, but I've found them very enjoyable. "Blue Nights" compiles songs from various albums he recorded in the 80's and 90's - most of which were only available as imports, and impossible to find, so this CD makes a nice sampling of some of his lesser known works. Standouts include the upbeat "Wings on my Feet" (not about his former band), "Hometown Girls" (a sad bit of longing for simpler times), "Caribbean Sun" (great summer sound), and "Blue Nights" (recorded with very simple instrumental backing). A few of the songs were familiar to me from his "Japanese Tears" and "Lonely Road" albums. "Japanese Tears" has been re-released more times than I can count, but "Lonely Road" has long been out of print, so those songs were welcome additions here. It's also nice that they included a list of the musicians performing on every track, including Rick Wakeman and Denny's ex-Wings mates."
Keith Robbins | Wall, NJ | 07/24/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"if you are begining to get into denny, and like me, are finding it hard to find his albums on CD (grrrr!!!) then this is a good place to snatch a few tunes. It isn't an album of his, more of a compolation. However the songs on this record compared to Danger Zone are much clearer, and cleaner and in some cases like Japanese Tears, diff. edits? Obviously i recomend Masters, or Danger Zone as a better place to get introduced. However this album has the great song "Hometown Girls" and wow, what a tune. Brings memories back to you. i'd wait into you're sure you want to dive in this album to pick it up, but hopefully you will.. ; ) ahh... laine!"