Nights Are Forever" is a 1983 song from the Warner Bros. motion picture Twilight Zone: The Movie. It was composed by Jerry Goldsmith and sung by Jennifer Warnes. Lyrics were written by John Bettis. The song is heard very briefly during the jukebox scene of segment one (written and directed by John Landis), which starred Vic Morrow. It is a different song than "Nights Are Forever Without You" by Parker McGee, which was a hit single by England Dan & John Ford Coley in the late 70s.
Nights Are Forever (7", Single, Promo). Nights Are Forever (7", Promo).
Jennifer Jean Warnes (born March 3, 1947) is an American singer, songwriter, arranger and record producer. Famous for her compositions, interpretations, and her extensive repertoire as a vocalist on movie soundtracks, she was also a close friend and collaborator of Canadian singer-songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen. Warnes was born in Seattle, Washington, and raised in Anaheim, California
Jennifer Warnes is a Grammy- and Oscar-winning American singer, songwriter, arranger, and record producer. With her crystalline alto she has succeeded in several areas of popular music - as a singer of contemporary pop and country, chart-topping movie themes, and arguably, the most empathic and authoritative interpreter of Leonard Cohen's songs (as evidenced by her 1986, career-defining album Famous Blue Raincoat, exclusively comprised of his work). In 1971, John Cale produced her third album Jennifer, and introduced her to Cohen, who became a close friend and frequent collaborator until his passing on November 7, 2016. Warnes became a go-to singer for cinema after that. She charted with "Nights Are Forever" (from Twilight Zone: The Movie) and the title theme duet (with Chris Thompson) from All the Right Moves.
Nights Are Forever is the fourth and breakthrough album by the pop rock duo England Dan & John Ford Coley. I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" became one of their biggest hits, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100. The follow-up single, "Nights Are Forever Without You," also proved successful, peaking at Nights Are Forever (Jennifer Warnes song). Nights Are Forever" is a 1983 song from the Warner Bros. Lyrics were written by John Bettis
The Well (Jennifer Warnes album) – The Well is the eighth studio album by Jennifer Warnes. It was released in 2001, Warnes first album in nine years and it includes her own compositions and covers renown songwriters Arlo Guthrie, Billy Joel, Allen Toussaint and Tom Waits. Guthrie lends guest vocals to his Patriots Dream while Doyle Bramhall II duets with Warnes on the classic Eddy Arnold song You Dont Know Me.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing
- Published By – John Bettis Music
- Producer – Bruce Botnick, James Newton Howard
- Written-By – Jerry Goldsmith, John Bettis
NotesFrom the Warner-Bros. album Twilight Zone - The Movie (Original Sound Track)
A - Mono
B - Stereo
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- Rights Society: ASCAP
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