Somewhere in the Night (song)

Somewhere In The Night (Song)

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"Somewhere in the Night" is a popular ballad written by Richard Kerr and Will Jennings. Introduced in 1975 on Kim Carnes' eponymous album and covered on the Yvonne Elliman album Rising Sun, "Somewhere in the Night" charted for Batdorf & Rodney at #69 (#24 A/C) in the autumn of 1975 before being issued as the second single from Helen Reddy's No Way to Treat a Lady album and as such reaching #19 (#2 A/C) in February of 1976; Reddy's version also reached #27 in New Zealand the same month. Barry Manilow recorded "Somewhere in the Night" for his 1978 album Even Now from which it was issued as the fourth single charting in December that year. His version went on to reach a #9 peak in early-1979.

There are two earlier songs entitled "Somewhere in the Night": a Mack Gordon/Josef Myrow composition introduced by Vivian Blaine in the 1946 film musical Three Little Girls in Blue which has been recorded by Ella Fitzgerald, Grant Green, Joni James, Carly Simon and Frank Sinatra; and a Billy May/Milt Raskin composition which as recorded by Teri Thornton served as theme song for the TV show Naked City. Thornton's signature tune, this "Somewhere in the Night" was also recorded by Vikki Carr, Gloria Lynne and Marlena Shaw.

There is also a song called "Somewhere in the Night", performed and written by actor Scott Bakula on the hit TV show Quantum Leap. "Somewhere in the Night" is featured in episode #045, "Piano...
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