Night Things is an appropriate title for Ronnie Milsap's fourth LP for RCA, since this ten-track collection from 1975 carries the distinct mood of a late-night album. But where most late-night country albums are built for solitary listening, this is a romantic record, where even songs about separation and being no good at goodbyes are better for slow dances than for crying in your beer.
I'm No Good at Goodbyes, 02:45.
Night Things is the sixth studio album from country music artist Ronnie Milsap, it was released in 1975. It produced the Country Title Track Daydreams About Night Things and the Country Hit Just in Case written by Hugh Moffatt. Night Things Q&A.
The discography of American country music singer Ronnie Milsap consists of 28 albums and 69 singles. Since releasing his first album in 1971, Milsap has had 40 number-one hits on the Billboard country chart and sold over 35 million albums.
Ronnie Milsap - Borrowed Angel 03:14. Ronnie Milsap - (Lying Here With) Linda on My Mind 02:40. Ronnie Milsap - Who'll Turn out the Light (In Your World Tonight) 03:19. Ronnie Milsap - Love Takes a Long Time to Die 02:38. Ronnie Milsap - (After Sweet Memories) Play Born to Lose Again 03:01. Ronnie Milsap - I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) 02:47.
Ronnie Milsap is the first studio album from country music artist Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 1971 on Warner Bros. Among the tracks on the album was "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends," which he re-recorded in 1974 after he signed a contract with RCA Records and established himself as a hitmaker in country music. The remake went on to be a No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.
(After Sweet Memories) Play Born to Lose Again
Who'll Turn Out the Lights (In Your World Tonight)
Wayne Kemp / Mack Vickery
Daydreams About Night Things
I'm No Good at Goodbyes
Just in Case
Remember to Remind Me (I'm Leaving)
Love Takes a Long Time to Die
(Lying Here With) Linda on My Mind
I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)
Rusty Gabbard / Ray Price
Billy Altman - Liner Notes Hayword Bishop - Drums Harold Bradley - Guitar Jim Buchanan - Fiddle Herb Burnette - Art Direction Jimmy Capps - Guitar Marcy Cates - Fiddle Tom Collins - Producer Pete Drake - Guitar (Steel) Ray Edenton - Guitar Rusty Gabbard - Composer Victoria Galinkin - Design Steve Gibson - Guitar Lloyd Green - Guitar (Steel) Bill Harris - Engineer John Hughey - Guitar (Steel) Jack D. Johnson - Producer Glenn Keener - Guitar Wayne Kemp - Composer Mike Leech - Bass Kenny Malone - Drums Charlie McCoy - Harmonica, Vibraphone Jim McGuire - Photography Terry McMillan - Harmonica Ronnie Milsap - Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals Hugh Moffatt - Composer Farrell Morris - Percussion, Vibraphone Dave Nives - Executive Producer Bobby Ogdin - Piano Al Pachucki - Engineer Ben Peters - Composer Ray Price - Composer Charles Quillen - Composer Hargus "Pig" Robbins - Piano Kent Robbins - Composer David Roys - Engineer John Schweers - Composer Dale Sellars - Guitar Mike Shockley - Engineer J.A. Spell - Piano Mel Street - Composer Henry Strzelecki - Bass Conway Twitty - Composer Bill Vandevort - Engineer Mack Vickery - Composer D. Bergen White - String Arrangements Tommy Williams - Fiddle Bobby Wood - Piano Chip Young - Guitar Reggie Young - Guitar Joe Zinkan - Bass