Gerry Rafferty – Night Owl (VG+/VG+)
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Gerry Rafferty’s Night Owl is an album that truly deserves to be appreciated and cherished. Released in 1980, it is an album of incredible depth, beauty, and emotion. It features a range of musical styles, from folk and jazz to soft rock, with Rafferty’s signature blend of acoustic and electric instruments.
The title track, “Night Owl,” is a gentle, contemplative song with a warm, uplifting melody. Its lyrics are a metaphor for the feeling of being an outsider, and the journey one takes to find a place to belong. “Baker Street,” the album’s most well-known track, is an upbeat, driving song with a catchy hook and memorable saxophone solo. It is a song of resilience and determination, and is a perfect example of Rafferty’s songwriting talent.
The album’s other tracks are equally as captivating and inspiring. “City to City” is a heartfelt ballad about leaving one’s home and going out into the world in search of a better life. “Right Down the Line” is a soulful, bluesy song about the power of love and friendship. “Waiting for the Day” is a beautiful song about the joys and struggles of life.
Night Owl is an album that stands the test of time. Its songs are timeless classics that still have the power to move and inspire. The album is a true testament to Rafferty’s talent as a songwriter, musician, and producer. It is an album that should be cherished and enjoyed for years to come.
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A1 Days Gone Down
A2 Night Owl
A3 The Way That You Do It
A4 Why Won'T You Talk To Me
A5 Get It Right Next Time
B1 Take The Money And Run
B2 Family Tree
B3 Already Gone
B4 The Tourist
B5 It'S Gonna Be A Long Night