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The best album by Ellen Foley is Night Out which is ranked number 9,389 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 115.

Ellen Foley is ranked number 5,200 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 116.

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Ellen Foley best albums

The following albums by Ellen Foley are ranked highest in the greatest album charts:

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Night OutUnited States Ellen Foley
Year of Release:1979Appears in:5 charts
Rank in 1979:142Rank Score:115
Rank in 1970s1,465Overall Rank:9,389
Average Rating:  64/100 (10 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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Spirit Of St. LouisUnited States Ellen Foley
Year of Release:1981Appears in:2 charts
Rank in 1981:847Rank Score:0
Rank in 1980s8,614Overall Rank:65,225
Average Rating:  69/100 (6 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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3.

Another BreathUnited States Ellen Foley
Year of Release:1983Appears in:1 chart
Rank in 1983:None
Rank in 1980sNone
Average Rating:  75/100 (1 vote)
Comments: 0 comments
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Overall band rank: 5,200

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From billybluebird 09/17/2013 17:04
Produced by Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson, this 1979 album of classic rock has stood the test of time very well. The mix is just right, with awesome melodious compositions, brilliant production and Foley’s vocal prowess. Although generally soaring and assertive, her voice also conveys mystery and vulnerability on this varied set of songs.
Blending classic rock and post-punk urgency, the album opens with the majestic We Belong To The Night, an atmospheric and soulful rock ballad. Highlights include What’s A Matter Baby and Stupid Girl, an impressive fast-paced rock ’n roller with prominent sax and piano. The title track is a brooding ballad with plenty of tempo variation and dramatic vocals, whilst her interpretation of Graham Parker’s Thunder And Rain is a great example of surging New Wave rock.

Another track that tilts more towards New Wave than classic rock is the uptempo Hideaway. The album closes with Don’t Let Go, a tender ballad of hope and encouragement. The aforementioned tracks are particular favorites, but all the songs on Night Out are memorable, Sad Song in particular. The album displays all that was great in the rock of the late 1970s. Fans of Meat Loaf, Jim Steinman, Pat Benatar, Mink de Ville, Bruce Springsteen and even Alanis Morissette would appreciate this great album by Ellen Foley.
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