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One Wild Night Live 1985–2001

One Wild Night: Live 1985–2001
Live album by Bon Jovi
Released May 22, 2001
Recorded April 24, 1985 - January 2001
Genre Hard rock
Length 77:48
Label Island
Producer Obie O'Brien, Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Luke Ebbin, Desmond Child
Bon Jovi chronology
Crush
(2000)
One Wild Night Live 1985–2001
(2001)
Bounce
(2002)
Singles from One Wild Night Live 1985–2001
  1. "One Wild Night (2001)"
    Released: April 2001
  2. "Wanted Dead or Alive (Live)"
    Released: July 2001

One Wild Night Live 1985–2001 is a live album by American rock band Bon Jovi, released in May 2001. The album includes live covers of Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World" and performance of The Boomtown Rats' "I Don't Like Mondays", with a guest appearance by their lead singer Bob Geldof. Though stating it was recorded from 1985-2001, only two of the songs were recorded before 1995 ("Runaway" and "In and Out of Love" in 1985). The album charted at #20 on The Billboard 200.[1]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic link
Entertainment Weekly B− link
Rolling Stone (mixed) link
The Rolling Stone Album Guide link

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Versions of Songs 2
  • Personnel 3
    • Additional musicians 3.1
  • Certifications 4
  • References 5

Track listing

Standard Edition
No. Title Writer(s) Recorded Length
1. "It's My Life"   Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Max Martin Toronto, Canada on November 27, 2000. 3:50
2. "Livin' on a Prayer"   Bon Jovi, Sambora, Desmond Child Zurich, Switzerland on August 30, 2000. 5:13
3. "You Give Love a Bad Name"   Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child Zurich, Switzerland on August 30, 2000. 3:53
4. "Keep the Faith"   Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child New York City, United States on September 20, 2000. 6:19
5. "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night"   Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child Melbourne, Australia on November 10, 1995. 6:30
6. "Rockin' in the Free World"   Neil Young Johannesburg, South Africa on December 1, 1995. 5:45
7. "Something to Believe In"   Bon Jovi Yokohama, Japan on May 19, 1996. 6:00
8. "Wanted Dead or Alive (Live)"   Bon Jovi, Sambora New York City, New York on September 20, 2000. 5:59
9. "Runaway"   Bon Jovi, George Karak Tokyo, Japan on April 28, 1985. 4:47
10. "In and Out of Love"   Bon Jovi Tokyo, Japan on April 28, 1985. 6:12
11. "I Don't Like Mondays" (featuring Bob Geldof) Bob Geldof London, United Kingdom on June 21, 2000. 5:37
12. "Just Older"   Bon Jovi, Billy Falcon Toronto, Ontario, Canada on November 27, 2000. 5:13
13. "Something for the Pain"   Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child Melbourne, Australia on November 10, 1995. 4:22
14. "Bad Medicine"   Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child Zurich, Switzerland on August 30, 2000. 4:19
15. "One Wild Night (2001)"   Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child January 2001 Studio Version 3:43

Versions of Songs

The duet of "I Don't Like Mondays" with Bob Geldof was performed at Wembley Stadium just two weeks short of the tenth anniversary of Live Aid, where Geldof performed the same song at the same stadium as part of the Boomtown Rats. He would later perform the same song almost exactly ten years later in London again at Live 8. This 1995 rendition of the song was previously released on a rare special edition 2-CD version of These Days. Several copies of the album misprint the year of the recording as 2000 however the actual year is 1995 when Bon Jovi performed at Wembley Stadium as part of the These Days tour. During the intro to the song, Jon Bon Bovi mistakenlly welcomes Bob Geldof by saying to the crowd "You should be proud to call him your own" despite Geldof being Irish, not English

"One Wild Night 2001" is a new remix version rather than a live version. The difference between this version and the original Crush version is the length; the intro and other sections were cut out. This was released as a single for this album and featured a music video. The new version also features on the compilation album Tokyo Road: Best of Bon Jovi.

The live version of "Wanted Dead or Alive" was also released as a single and had a promotional video produced for it, this depicted live performances of the song and some backstage footage.

The three Zurich songs were recorded at the Letzigrund Stadium, and were also released on The Crush Tour DVD.

Personnel

Additional musicians

Certifications

Region Certification
Argentina (CAPIF)[2] Gold
Austria (IFPI Austria)[3] Gold
Belgium (BEA)[4] Gold
Brazil (ABPD)[5] Gold
Canada (Music Canada)[6] Gold
Germany (BVMI)[7] Gold
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[8] Platinum
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[9] Platinum
United Kingdom (BPI)[10] Gold
Summaries
Europe (IFPI)[11] Platinum

References

  1. ^ "Allmusic (Bon Jovi charts & awards) Billboard albums". 
  2. ^ "Discos de oro y platino" (in Spanish).  
  3. ^ "Austrian album certifications – Bon Jovi – One Wild Night" (in German).   Enter Bon Jovi in the field Interpret. Enter One Wild Night in the field Titel. Select album in the field Format. Click Suchen
  4. ^ "Ultratop − Goud en Platina – 2001". Ultratop & Hung Medien / hitparade.ch. Retrieved May 15, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Brazilian album certifications – Bon Jovi – One Wild Night" (in Portuguese).  
  6. ^ "Canadian album certifications – Bon Jovi – One Wild Night".  
  7. ^ "Gold-/Platin-Datenbank (Bon Jovi; 'One Wild Night')" (in German).  
  8. ^ "Spanish album certifications – Bon Jovi – One Wild Night" (PDF) (in Spanish).   Select the "Chart", enter ' in the field "Year". Select ' in the field "Semana". Click on "Search Charts"
  9. ^ "The Official Swiss Charts and Music Community: Awards (Bon Jovi; 'One Wild Night')". Hung Medien. Retrieved May 15, 2012. 
  10. ^ "British album certifications – Bon Jovi – One Wild Night".   Enter One Wild Night in the field Keywords. Select Title in the field Search by. Select album in the field By Format. Select Gold in the field By Award. Click Search
  11. ^ "IFPI Platinum Europe Awards – 2001".  
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