On the Night On the Night is the second live album by the British rock band Dire Straits, released on 10 May 1993 by Vertigo Records internationally, and by Warner Bros. Records in the United States. The album features many of the band's later hits, including the singles "Walk of Life" and "Money for Nothing". Recording On the Night was recorded in May 1992 at Les Arenes in Nîmes, France, and at Feijenoord Stadion in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, concerts that were part of the On Every Street Tour, which included 216 shows in Europe, North America, and Australia, and sold 7.1 million tickets. Release On the Night was released on 10 May 1993 by Vertigo Records internationally, and by Warner Bros. Records in the United States. A CD single for "Your Latest Trick" entitled "Encores", was released in the UK which included three additional recordings from the tour: "The Bug", "Solid Rock" and "Local Hero - Wild Theme". Critical responseIn his review for AllMusic, Stephen Thomas Erlewine gave the album two out of five stars, writing that the album "works sporadically, offering enough good material to interest fans but not enough to win back the commercial audience earned by Brothers in Arms." Track listingAll songs were written by Mark Knopfler, except where indicated. Personnel;Dire Straits ;Other musicians ;Production Guy Fletcher – producer Neil Dorfsman – producer, engineer, mixing Mark Knopfler – producer Ronald Prent – assistant engineer Peter Brandt – assistant engineer Appie van Els – assistant engineer Andre den Besten – driver, Eurosound Mobil 4 Bob Ludwig – mastering Sutton Cooper – artwork Paul Cummins – artwork Ross Halfin – photography Mark Leialoha – photography Guido Karp – photography Roger Ressmeyer – photography Video On the Night video was released on 11 May 1993 by Universal Music internationally, and included all of the songs from the CD plus three additional tracks: "The Bug", "Solid Rock", and "Wild Theme". "The Bug" was placed between "Romeo and Juliet" and "Private Investigations", while the other two tracks were placed at the end. The three omitted tracks were released separately on the Encores EP. The concert film was released in a PAL-format DVD in the United Kingdom, VideoCD in the Netherlands, and a region-free NTSC DVD importable from Canada on 23 November 2004. Track listingAll songs were written by Mark Knopfler, except where indicated. Personnel;Music ;Production Mark Knopfler – lead guitar, lead vocals John Illsley – bass guitar, backing vocals Alan Clark – piano, organ, synthesizers Guy Fletcher – synthesizers, backing vocals Chris White – saxophone, flute, backing vocals Paul Franklin – pedal steel guitar Phil Palmer – guitar, backing vocals Danny Cummings – percussion, backing vocals Chris Whitten – drums Paul Cummins – producer Gilly Tarrant – assistant producer Graham Brennan – editor Christine Strand – live director Robert Collins – live sound engineer Chas Herington – lighting design Ian Baker – video post production Dave Southwood – video post production Charts Certifications
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