| June 18, 1984|
18 June 1984
Country rock, Adult contemporary music, Pop rock
After the Dust Settles, Take Heart, Quiet Lies, Juice Newton & Silver Spur
Can't Wait All Night is the sixth studio album by American pop and country singer Juice Newton, released by RCA Records in 1984. The album was produced by Richard Landis and is Newton's last album to chart on the Billboard 200, reaching #128.
Can't Wait All Night marked the end of Newton's run on the pop charts, as it contains her last two songs to date to chart on the Billboard Hot 100: "A Little Love", which peaked at #44, and the edgy Bryan Adams-written and produced title track, which peaked at #66. Both songs were aided by popular music videos. The former is also Newton's most recent Top 10 hit on the Adult Contemporary chart, peaking at #7. Her next album, Old Flame, would mark Newton's return full-force to the country music charts.
The album was re-issued on CD by Wounded Bird in 2007.
Jim Allen of AllMusic retrospectively gave the album two out of five stars and wrote that "In the wake of Juice Newton's massive success with her country-pop sound in the early 1980s, she started fiddling with the formula" adding that "while the experimentation process failed to keep her in the charts, it did send her down some different stylistic routes, like the glossy, rock-tinged sound of the album's lead-off cut, "A Little Love," which was the closest thing to a hit on the album."
1A Little Love3:54Can't Wait All Night Wikipedia
2(You Don't Hear) The One That Gets You3:26
3Can't Wait All Night3:50