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Can't Wait All Night
Juice Newton
Can't Wait All Night
Genres: Country, Pop
  •  Track Listings (10) - Disc #1

CD reissue of this 1984 album from the Pop/Country vocalist who had numerous charting albums in the '70s and '80s. Fans have been screaming for her catalog to be issued so we are happy to accommodate them!


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All Artists: Juice Newton
Title: Can't Wait All Night
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Wounded Bird Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/1984
Re-Release Date: 3/17/2009
Genres: Country, Pop
Styles: Cowboy, Adult Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 664140499522


Album Description
CD reissue of this 1984 album from the Pop/Country vocalist who had numerous charting albums in the '70s and '80s. Fans have been screaming for her catalog to be issued so we are happy to accommodate them!

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Pearson | North Carolina | 01/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Can't Wait all night was definitely a transitional album for Juice. This album followed the highly underrated "Dirty Looks" album. "Can't wait all night" contained some really good material including the first single " A little love, You don't hear the one that get's you, Eye of a hurricane-which is one of my favorite tracks- Juice in rock mode. A little love got some notice on the charts, but not enough to push the album to the top. Juice would however, enjoy great success with her next album "Old Flame". "Can't wait all night" has many gems to find if the listener will have patience. A great listen......."
Not among Juice's best albums, but still worth owning.
Invisiboy2001 | Chicago, IL United States | 07/20/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

""Can't Wait All Night" (1984, now re-released in time for its 25th anniversary) is one of Juice Newton's more uneven offerings, and I suspect that she was under pressure from the record company to finish the album quickly to jump-start her stalling pop-music career. Regardless, the majority of this CD showcases brilliant performances, but a few are rather mediocre.

The only true hit from this album is "A Little Love," which reached an impressive #7 on the Adult Contemporary chart and a not-so-impressive #44 on the Hot 100 -- not nearly as big as her #1s from earlier in the '80s, but still a well-known song. The other pop single (the title song) reached a disappointing #65 on the Hot 100 and fizzled, despite being a fine rock recording. But the true standout moments on this album are the tunes of a more country-rock flavor, such as "The One That Gets You" and the Otha Young-penned meditation "Waiting For The Sun." Another standout track on this album is "Eye of the Hurricane," which is one of Newton's rare moments when she really rocks it.

Newton delivers a few covers here, with average results. The inclusion of a faux-live version of "Let's Dance" is a head-scratcher, and Newton's version of "You Don't Know Me" is technically a good performance but lacks the passion her ballads usually have simmering. These two tracks are negligible and drag down what might have otherwise been a near-perfect album.

If you are just discovering Juice Newton, this album is not essential listening at this point. Pick up the "Juice/Quiet Lies" compilation CD, "American Girl" or "Ain't Gonna Cry" first, because this CD really doesn't showcase Newton at her absolute finest. But there are some great recordings here worth owning."
Finally available at normal price!
T. G Krysinski | Medina, New York United States | 04/04/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Juice's '84 release,'Can't Wait All Night'-was my realization of her talent as a fantastic 'crossover' artist. I'd heard some of her earlier material,but just never quite 'got it' until I heard the first few tracks on this album. The light went on,and I had to go back and discover all her albums starting with the 'Juice' album (when she restarted her career as a more pop/country artist). Anyway,upon hearing the first 3 songs here, I was hooked! And I've never looked back,as all her releases are worthy of high praise. AS mentioned by another reviewer,the one song I can't get my ears around is that 'Let's Dance' tune. But everything else here is fantastic--Newton at her high caliber best. Though she has scored many well worthy hits in her career,Juice is one artist that demands full attention. She is by no means a 'hit-only' singer. Bottom line--if you have one of her hits collections,or even another cd/album or two,then you'll want to add this one and any others from her fine catalog. Even her recent Christmas cd is stellar. One of the most dependable artists out there,and she still tours and still has that awesome voice! Catch her on tour, and you'll see why this lady is so revered and has had such a durable career all these years! Enjoy, T"