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Encyclopedia > Lights Out (Peter Wolf album)
Lights Out
Album cover
Album by Peter Wolf
Released 1984
Recorded ???
Genre Rock
Length 41 min 10 sec
Label EMI America
Producers Peter Wolf,
Michael Jonzun
Professional reviews
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Peter Wolf Chronology
Lights Out
(1984)
Come As You Are
(1987)

Lights Out is the debut album by Peter Wolf, released in 1984 (see 1984 in music).

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Lights Out" (Don Covay, Wolf) - 4:27
  2. "I Need You Tonight" (Peter Bliss, Wolf) - 3:39
  3. "Oo-Ee-Diddley-Bop!" (Michael Jonzun, Wolf, Gordon Worthy) - 4:13
  4. "Gloomy Sunday" (Lazlo Javor, S. Lewis, Rezso Seress) - 3:37
  5. "Baby, Please Don't Let Me Go" (Jonzun, Maurice Starr, Wolf) - 4:02
  6. "Crazy" (Jonzun, Wolf) - 3:49
  7. "Poor Girl's Heart" (Jonzun, Wolf) - 3:04
  8. "Here Comes That Hurt" (Jonzun, Wolf) - 3:14
  9. "Pretty Lady" (Jonzun, Wolf) - 3:44
  10. "Mars Needs Women" (Jonzun, Wolf) - 2:41
  11. "Billy Bigtime" (Jonzun, Timothy S. Mayer, Wolf) - 4:40

Personnel

  • Peter Wolf - conga, vocals, background vocals
  • Robin Beck - vocals, background vocals
  • Adrian Belew - guitar
  • Peter Bliss - guitar, background vocals
  • Tony Cowans - guitar
  • Alan Dawson - percussion
  • Elliot Easton - guitar
  • Eddie Gorodetsky - vocals, narrator
  • Yogi Horton - percussion
  • Mick Jagger - vocals, background vocals
  • Michael Jonzun - bass, flute, guitar, percussion, conga, horn, keyboard, background vocals
  • Will Lee - bass, vocals, background vocals
  • Leon Mobley - conductor, conga
  • P-Funk Horns - horn section
  • Rick Peppers - guitar
  • Elliott Randall - guitar
  • Randy Ross - guitar
  • G.E. Smith - guitar
  • Maurice Starr - bass, guitar, vocals, background vocals
  • Ed Stasium - guitar, percussion
  • Gordon Worthy - bass, conga, keyboard, vocals, background vocals

Production

  • Producers: Peter Wolf, Michael Jonzun
  • Engineer: Ed Stasium
  • Mixing assistant: Billy Miranda
  • Studio assistants: Sidney Burton, Calvin Johnson, Tom Moore
  • Assistant: Gordon Worthy
  • Arrangers: Peter Wolf, Michael Jonzun
  • Art direction: Carin Goldberg, Henry Marquez
  • Design: Carin Goldberg, Henry Marquez
  • Logo design: Michael Diehl
  • Photography: Carol Friedman, Ron Pownall
  • Cover photo: Chris Callis

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1984 The Billboard 200 24
1984 The Billboard 200 116


Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1984 "Crazy" Mainstream Rock Tracks 26
1984 "I Need You Tonight" Mainstream Rock Tracks 22
1984 "I Need You Tonight" The Billboard Hot 100 36
1984 "Lights Out" Hot Dance Music/Club Play 11
1984 "Lights Out" The Billboard Hot 100 12
1985 "Oo-Ee-Diddley-Bop!" The Billboard Hot 100 61

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