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Night Train (Radio Edit) - New Station - Night Train (Vinyl)

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  1. The bonus disc features three extra tracks; Arc Of A Diver ( - the edited US single version), Spanish Dancer ( - radio edit version) and Night Train ( - instrumental version from the UK 12 single which has never been released on CD before. This version has extra guitar and keyboards and is much longer).4/5(22).
  2. The Night Train (Kapital Station mix) 2: The Night Train (Warp Brothers remix) 3: The Nighttrain (Warp Brothers remix) 4: The Nighttrain (Jerry Ropero remix) 5: The Nighttrain (Warp Brothers remix) 6: The Nighttrain (Kosmonova radio edit ).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Night Train on Discogs. Label: Max Music - MX,Max Music - MX 12 - • Format: Vinyl 12 New Station - Night Train (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(5).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Nighttrain on Discogs.
  5. Background. Album producer Norman Granz had sold the record label Verve, but remained Peterson's manager, and so supervised the Night Train recording session. The brief duration of many of the tracks has been attributed to a desire to have them played on commercial radio, which was reluctant to play any tracks longer than a few minutes.. The cover art photograph is .
  6. Jump on board The Night Train Show with your co-hosts Bill Audette and Rockin’ Rick. Together, you, Bill and Rick, along with their famous Night Train crew, will cruise through the first 40+ years from The History of Rock & Roll: mid 40s through mid 80s, with a focus on the ’60s and ’70s. Every Saturday afternoon on WMPG, you’ll hear the famous platters-that-used-to-matter along .
  7. Feb 26,  · D-Train released its first single "You're the One for Me" in late The track became an instant success, hitting #1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart that year; it was remixed and re-released successfully several times since and was contemporaneously covered by Paul Hardcastle with vocalist Kevin Henry in the United Kingdom.
  8. Origins and development "Night Train" has a long and complicated history. The piece's opening riff was first recorded in by a small group led by Duke Ellington sideman Johnny Hodges under the title "That's the Blues, Old Man". Ellington used the same riff as the opening and closing theme of a longer-form composition, "Happy-Go-Lucky Local", that was itself one of four parts .
  9. Night Train is a four-hour-long, weekly radio program originating from public radio station WLRN-FM in Miami, Florida. It has aired continuously since and been hosted by Ted Grossman since its debut. Each broadcast features an eclectic mix of jazz, Big Band, and blues recordings dating from the '30s to the present.

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