Tag: 3 AM Eternal

3 AM Eternal: Gerard Alston “Take Me Where You Want To” (1988)

    Gerald Alston, lead  singer for popular soul group The Manhattans, decided to step out on his own in the late 1980s, and had moderate success. His self-titled album was a top-twenty charting album, and debut single “Take Me Where You Want To” went to #3 in the Hot R&B charts. Though he’d later… Read More ›

3AM Eternal: Paul McCartney: McCartney (1970)

  The solo album shot heard ’round the world. The album appeared almost overnight, to the surprise of the world, and heralded the death of The Beatles. Considering the songwriting and arranging  of his Beatles work, McCartney felt like a bit of a disappointment. It was still a moderately successful record, but reviews were not… Read More ›

3 AM Eternal: Hank Locklin “Please Help Me, I’m Falling” (1960)

  Classic country crooner is classic….

3AM Eternal: Nina Raviolette “Suis-Je Normale?” (1980)

  Silly video, sexy song. Stereolab owes a lot to them….

3AM Eternal: U2 “New Year’s Day” (1983)

Like ’em or hate ’em, one cannot deny the power of the early songs of U2. Fame was ascending–as was Bono‘s hubris as a frontman–but one cannot deny the power of this song. Taken from the 1983 album War.