All Live And All Of The Night
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- Originally Released: 1988
- Label: Epic
- 1.No More Heroes
- 2.Was It You?
- 3.Down in the Sewer
- 4.Always the Sun
- 5.Golden Brown
- 6.North Winds Blowing
- 7.European Female
- 8.Strange Little Girl
- 9.Nice 'N' Sleazy
- 10.Toiler on the Sea
- 11.Under the Name of Spain
- 12.London Lady
- 13.All Day and All of the Night
Personnel: Hugh Cornwell (vocals, guitar); J.J. Burnel (vocals); Alex Gifford (saxophone, background vocals); Jason Votier (trumpet, background vocals); Chris Laurence (trombone); Dave Greenfield (keyboards, background vocals); Jet Black (drums, percussion); Chris Lawrence (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Jet Black ; Ted Hayton.
Recording information: Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (04/29/1985-08/30/1987); Reading Festival (04/29/1985-08/30/1987); Zenith, Paris, France (04/29/1985-08/30/1987).
Photographer: Malcolm Heywood.
While not as good as Live (X-Cert), the Stranglers' live album it bookends, this does have some things to recommend it. First, it was recorded a decade down the line and was able to draw from a wellspring of generally excellent material. Secondly, at this stage in their career, the Stranglers remained just about relevant, and were still a robust live act, though some fans reacted warily to the presence of brass on favorites such as "Down in the Sewer." So, thanks for the live album, but no thanks for the awful packaging, intended to cash in on the success of "All Day and All of the Night." The Stranglers' workmanlike hit version of the Kinks' chestnut is incongruously added to the end of the album. ~ Alex Ogg
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