Night time was a loose, L.A.-centered assemblage of session positives including Stevie Lange, who sang in back of Graham Bonnet and Elton John; Chris Thompson, who added to War from the Worlds and worked well for Manfred Mann’s Globe Music group (MMEB); and key pad wizard Nicky Hopkins, who used everybody. Night 1st released a cover of Walter Egan’s small single, “Sizzling Summer Evenings.” The monitor cracked the very best 20, but was to become the only graph appearance for the music group. Auteur maker Richard Perry distributed the associated eponymous debut on his World label in 1979. Another LP, Long Range, popped up the next 12 months, but quickly faded. Thompson came back to MMEB, and Night time dropped in 1982. The talented Lange would continue to donate to his single record, Great Cost of Living, and in addition work with many greats, including Gang of Four, Johnny Hates Jazz, the Mighty Lemon Drops, and Golf swing Out Sister.