Al Jarreau – Moonlighting. Label: WEA – 258 406-0. Titles as on sleeve, title for A on label is Moonlighting "Theme" -Ext. Remix, title for B1 on label is Moonlighting "Theme". A, B1 - American Broadcasting Music (ASCAP), ABC Circle Music (BMI) B2 - Jobete Music Company In. Stone Diamond Music Corp.
Features Song Lyrics for Al Jarreau's Moonlighting Theme album. Moonlighting (Theme) (Dub Version) Lyrics. Al Jarreau Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
The album was reissued in 2009, with the sax solo in the song "Moonlighting" replaced with a harmonica. When he recorded this, Jarreau was a well-known R&B singer whose biggest pop hit was "We're In This Love Together," which made on the Hot 100 in 1981. With "Moonlighting," he reached a much wider audience thanks to exposure on the show; the song went to on the Adult Contemporary chart. Jarreau wasn't able to follow it up though. He place more songs on the R&B chart, but never had another Hot 100 entry.
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Al Jarreau - Moonlighting. Artist: Al Jarreau ( Alwin Lopez Jarreau). Album: Moonlighting (TV series) OST 1985. Translations: French, Hungarian, Romanian, Spanish, Tongan.
Moonlighting (Theme). Album: The Very Best of Al Jarreau: An Excellent Adventure, 2009. I'm saved every day by the intrinsic value of the work I do, which I truly enjoy. This song is by Al Jarreau and appears on the album L Is For Lover (1986). This song is featured in the television series Moonlighting
Moonlighting" is the theme song to the ABC comedy-crime drama of the same name, which ran from 1985 to 1989 and starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd. The theme song was performed by Al Jarreau, who wrote the song with Lee Holdridge; it was produced by Nile Rodgers. Included on the soundtrack album for the series and released as a single in 1987, the song reached number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent one week at number one on the Adult Contemporary chart.