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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Night and Day - Joe Jackson on AllMusic - - will forever be known as the year that the.
  2. Feb 08,  · From album Night and Day I was so low People almost made me give up trying Always said no The I turned around saw someone smiling I stepped into I stepped into Into another Into another I Missing: Target.
  3. Jackson's Breakout Record, Peaked at #4 in the US. Two Top 10 Hits: MTV Staple "Steppin Out," "Breaking Us In Two," Joe Jackson went to New York looking for new inspirations and sounds, and found his greatest commercial and critical success with Night and Day, an album redolent of the glitz and glamour of the city.
  4. Night and Day is the fifth studio album by Joe Jackson, released in June It reached the Top 5 in both the UK and US, Jackson's only studio album to do so in either country. It sold over one million copies, earning platinum disc status. It also quickly achieved platinum status in Canada.
  5. Feb 08,  · From album Night and Day Uptown - downtown No one's fussy I'm a target Black, white - day, night No one's fussy I'm a target Somebody say I'm crazy Walking in .
  6. Joe Jackson. CAM Night And Day UK, , Format: Cassette,Album Buy Now £ Delivery Cost. Buy now. Shipped From Country United Kingdom. Sellers ID James C - Media Condition Very Good Plus. Sleeve Condition Very Good Plus. Question-Contact Seller. Comments Night Side.
  7. Joe Jackson (born 11 August in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK, as David Ian Jackson) is a British musician. Jackson is probably best known for the hit singles Is She Really Going Out With Him? () and Steppin' Out (). Although born in Staffordshire, Jackson grew up in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.
  8. The quality is maintained throughout with the cynical Latino “Cancer” and the rapturous closer, “Slow Song” which has an unbelievably powerful chorus that seems to soar into space, and wraps up a superb album. On “Night And Day” Jackson threw away the Pop rule book, and pursued his own vision with stubborn independence.

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