Ellen Foley - Night Out

Ellen Foley - Night Out
Release date:June 21, 1979
Genre: Rock
Ellen Foley was born on June 5, 1951 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. She left St. Louis the day after she turned 21 and moved to New York to study acting. Ellen went on cattle-call auditions and got a few parts on stage, but her first paying job was singing in a music comedy revue in the Catskills.
In 1979 she released her debut album "Nightout", and is the most memorable, evoking the classic girl group sound of the 1960s, notably Phil Spector's Wall of Sound. The album was produced by Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson, and the first single from the album, "We Belong To The Night" topped the charts in Europe. The album itself peaked at #152 on the US Charts.
  1. We Belong To The Night
  2. What's A Matter Baby (Is It Hurting You)
  3. Stupid Girl
  4. Night Out
  5. Thunder And Rain
  6. Sad Song
  7. Young Lust
  8. Hideaway
  9. Don't Let Go
  • Ellen Foley - Vocals
  • Mick Ronson - Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, String Arrangements, Background Vocals
  • Ian Hunter - Keyboards, Guitar, Percussion
  • Martin Briley - Bass
  • Tom Mandel - Keyboards
  • Kerryn Tolhurst - Slide Guitar
  • Hilly Michaels - Drums
  • Rory Dodd - Background Vocals