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Nightshift

Commodores

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1
Animal Instinct
Commodores
4:49
2
Nightshift
Commodores
5:03
3
I Keep Running
Commodores
4:11
4
Lay Back
Commodores
5:02
5
Slip Of The Tongue
Commodores
3:53
6
Play This Record Twice
Commodores
4:26
7
Janet
Commodores
3:42
8
The Woman In My Life
Commodores
3:39
9
Lightin' Up The Night
Commodores
4:05
Total Playing Time    38:50
Billboard 200 - #12, 1985
Billboard Hot 100 - #3, 1985 - Nightshift

Grammy Award - Best Vocal R&B Performance by a Duo/Group, 1985 - Nightshift

"... an inspired tribute ... puts the group back on the map with a vengeance."
- SPIN

"Title tune's pretty slick as rock and roll heaven songs go ..."
- Robert Christgau

This 1985 release from The Commodores earned the band its first Grammy Award for the title track, a tribute to Marvin Gaye and Jackie Wilson, who both died in 1984. The song became the first hit for The Commodores following the departure of Lionel Richie, propelling the album into the top 20.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motown Records Studio Masters

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