Patty Loveless - The Night's Too Long

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Music video by Patty Loveless performing The Night's Too Long. (C) 1990 MCA Nashville

The Night's Too Long is a single release by Patty Loveless, recorded at MCA/Nashville in the spring of 1990. It was included on her fourth album with MCA Records, On Down the Line, with the single being released in September 1990. It was the second single released from the album.

This song came about when Loveless and her producer, Tony Brown, were in his office listening through some material for the upcoming album, and trying to find songs. Brown played this song by the writer Lucinda Williams. They liked what they heard and wound up going to hear Lucinda at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville that night. That's when they made the decision to record the song.

It's a different type of song than what Loveless recorded previously, as instead of a ballad or a country/pop song, it was a song that included a story line.

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