Pictures of actual album for sale.
Some splits on edge of inner sleeve. Some scuff marks on Jewel Case spine.
Vocalist for Meatloaf, album arranged by Mick Ronson (David Bowie)
Ellen Foley – Nightout
- Arranged By [Strings] – Mick Ronson
- Artwork By [Design] – Gene Grief
- Bass – Martin Briley
- Drums – Hilly Michaels
- Engineer – Bob Clearmountain, Harvey Goldberg
- Engineer [Assistant] – Phil Shrago
- Guitar [Lead Guitar], Keyboards, Vocals [Harmony Vocals], Percussion – Mick Ronson
- Guitar [Slide Guitar] – Kerryn Tolhurst
- Keyboards – Tom Mandel*
- Keyboards, Guitar, Percussion – Ian Hunter
- Lead Vocals – Ellen Foley
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Photography – Benno Friedman
- Producer, Arranged By – Ian Hunter, Mick Ronson
- Vocals [Harmony Vocals] – Rory Dodd
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7464-36052-1
Ellen Foley (born June 5, 1951) is an American singer and actress who has appeared on Broadway and television, where she co-starred in the sitcom Night Court. In music, she has released four solo albums but is best known for her collaborations with the singer Meat Loaf. Nightout is her debut. Foley gained high public recognition singing the duet with Meat Loaf on the hit single “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” from the 1977 album Bat out of Hell. Although Karla DeVito (who toured with Meat Loaf in support of the album) is featured in the music video, DeVito is lip synching to Foley’s vocals. Her debut album Night Out was released in 1979; the album’s single “What’s A Matter Baby” was a minor hit, reaching No. 92 on the US Charts. The album itself peaked at No. 152, and was produced by Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson.