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Artist: 38 Special

Title: Rockin' Into the Night

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38 Special Rockin' Into the Night Album Cover


Category: Southern/AOR

Year: 1979

Label: A&M

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Donnie Van Zant vocals
Don Barnes vocals, guitar
Jeff Carlisi guitar
Larry Junstrom bass
Jack Grondin drums
Steve Brookins drums


1.  Rockin' Into The Night  3:59
2.  Stone Cold Believer  4:12
3.  Take Me Through The Night  4:11
4.  Money Honey  3:08
5.  The Love That I've Lost   4:34
6.  You're The Captain  4:24
7.  Robin Hood  4:40
8.  You Got The Deal  4:51
9.  Turn It On  4:36
Total Running Time:  38:35

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From: Jez Date: September 7, 2004 at 11:26
Brilliant in one word. This is the disc that put .38 on the map for me. Moving more into Aor territory on this one ,compared to the 2 earlier releases,although the southern sound is still to the fore on alot of the material. Full of classics (Rockin' Into The Night', 'Stone Cold Believer')all round excellent stuff. Always loved the instrumental 'Robin Hood' aswell.

From: AOR freaky Date: September 8, 2004 at 15:19
I wouldn't call this brilliant, but yeah, it has something ! Raw southern rock with a few AOR influences ! Hmm . . . , a nice CD.

From: fasteddie Date: October 5, 2004 at 8:39
This has always been one of my favorite discs of all time (& I'm 40)! I don't think they ever topped the quality & style of the cuts on this disc. You could tell they had arrived - juicy, JUICY guitar chops layed down by Carlisi & Barnes. Listen close & you will see what I mean. I never tried to copy these licks until now & Iappreciate the music even more! Recorded in Studio One (A.R.S.) & I believe same producer(?). Overall sound reminds me of A.R.S. except on high octane. CLASSY STUFF!!!

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 22, 2006 at 11:40
A good place to start for new 38 Special fans. It has the bonafide rock staple "Rockin' Into The Night" & a few other good songs but nothing else of that caliber.

From: edwithmj Date: February 21, 2011 at 19:25
Money Honey is definitely the best song off this album. Very funny lyrics and a nice southern feel to it. Other highlights are Rockin' Into The Night and Stone Cold Believer are good too. They were moving into AOR territory with the start of Barnes' vocals.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 10, 2012 at 22:20
In agreement with the fellows above...a good album(i own it on vinyl)...best shots for me are "Rockin' Into The Night"(written by J.Peterick & F.Sullivan of Survivor fame),"Stone Cold Believer","The Love That I've Lost","You Got The Deal" & "Turn It On"...84/100

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