Midnight in chelsea

"Midnight in Chelsea"
Destination Anywhere
Released June 1, 1997
Format CD
Recorded 1996
Genre Rock
Length 17:24
Label Mercury Records
Writer(s) Jon Bon Jovi
Dave Stewart
Producer Dave Stewart
Jon Bon Jovi
Obie O'Brian
Desmond Child
Eric Bazilian
Jon Bon Jovi singles chronology

"Please Come Home for Christmas"
(1994)
"Midnight in Chelsea"
(1997)
"Queen of New Orleans"
(1997)

"Midnight in Chelsea" is a song by American Rock singer Jon Bon Jovi, released as the first single from his second solo album Destination Anywhere in 1997. The song was Bon Jovi's highest-charting solo single in the UK, reaching #4 on the UK Singles Chart[1](although a 1990 song, "Blaze of Glory", hit #1 in the US and Australia). The song also charted at #29 on the Adult Top 40, #30 on the Top 40 Mainstream chart and #3 on the Canadian singles chart.[2]

The song's video was shot in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, with the Hotel Chelsea as a primary location. However, the song is actually about the London neighbourhood from which the Manhattan locale indirectly took its name, as evidenced by lyrics that refer to London topics such as Sloane Rangers, The Sun and "a big red bus". The music video was released on the DVD Destination Anywhere: The Film.

Track listing

CD1 - Germany

(574 516-2)

  1. "Midnight in Chelsea" (Single Edit) (Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Stewart) - 4:03
  2. "Midnight in Chelsea" (Album Version) (Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Stewart) - 4:03

CD2 - Germany

(574 517-2)

  1. "Midnight in Chelsea" (Single Edit) (Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Stewart) - 4:03
  2. "Sad Song Night" (Demo) (Jon Bon Jovi, Eric Bazillian, Desmond Child) - 4:11
  3. "August 7" (Acoustic Version) (Jon Bon Jovi) - 4:12
  4. "Midnight in Chelsea" (Album Version) (Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Stewart) - 4:58

CD1 - UK

(574 519-2)

  1. "Midnight in Chelsea" (Single Edit) (Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Stewart) - 4:03
  2. "Drive" (Demo)
  3. "Every Word Was A Piece Of My Heart" (Dave Stuart Mix)
  4. "Midnight in Chelsea" (Album version) (Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Stewart) - 4:03

References

External links

  • Music video on YouTube (posted by record label)
  • Template:MetroLyrics song
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