After Eight is the debut album by Indonesian-born Dutch singer and songwriter Taco Ockerse, mononymously known as Taco. The record, released in 1982 on RCA Records, contained his biggest Stateside hit, a synth-driven take on the Irving Berlin standard "Puttin' on the Ritz". However, in addition to six covers of classic pop songs, he co-wrote five songs. Singin' in the Rain" (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown) 4:45. Tribute to Tino" (Werner Lang, Taco Ockerse, Ray Moxley) 4:10.
After Eight (CD, Album, Unofficial). After Eight Después De Las Ocho (LP, Album, Promo). After Eight (Cass, Album).
After eight, a rendezvous with Kate She works late, I've had a hard day watching color TV After nine, I plan a tease, then dine Tonight I'll tell her the words she longs to hear Tonight I'll make it clear. Kate works each day nine-to-five, serving with true dedication She serves you sodas, and ice creams, and pizzas, and chilis, and burgers - all kinds! - and tacos too (dig). Kate works each day nine-to-five, serving with true dedication She serves you sodas, and ice creams, and pizzas, and chilis, and burgers - all kinds! - and tacos too (yeah)
La vie en rose, 04:52. Livin' in My Dreamworld, 03:13. Encore (Sweet Gipsy Rose), 04:23. Thanks a Million, 01:56.
Studio album by. Taco. Puttin' on the Ritz" (Irving Berlin) 4:36. I Should Care" (Paul Weston, Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl) 3:42. Carmella" (John David Parker-Tanja, Lang, Ockerse) 3:28. Cheek to Cheek" (Berlin) 4:45. After Eight" (Tanja, Ockerse, Lang) 3:28. Livin' in my Dream World" (Tanja, Lang, Ockerse) 3:06. Encore/Sweet Gypsy Rose" (Tanja, Lang, Ockerse) 4:14.
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|A1||Singin' In The Rain
Written-By – Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
|A2||Tribute To Tino
Written-By – Ray Moxley
|A3||Puttin' On The Ritz
Written-By – Irving Berlin
|A4||I Should Care
Written-By – Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston , S. Cahn*
|B1||La Vie En Rose
Written-By – Edith Piaf, H. Doll, Louiguy, Ralf-Maria Siegel*
|B2||Cheek To Cheek
Written-By – Irving Berlin
|B4||Livin' In My Dreamworld||3:06|
|B5||Encore (Sweet Gipsy Rose)||4:14|
|B6||Thanks A Million
Written-By – Arthur Jonston*, Gus Kahn
- Recorded At – PEER Studio
- Arranged By – David Parker, Werner Lang
- Engineer, Mixed By – Frank Reinke
- Photography By – Gesine Petter
- Producer – David Parker
- Written-By – John David Parker-Tanja* (tracks: A5, B3 to B5), Taco Ockerse (tracks: A2, A5, B3 to B5), Werner Lang (tracks: A2, A5, B3 to B5)
NotesRecorded at PEER Studio, Hamburg, September 1982
An original PSP-Production.
|PL 28520||Taco||After Eight (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||PL 28520||France||1982|
|PD 70085||Taco||After Eight (CD, Album, Unofficial)||RCA||PD 70085||Russia||Unknown|
|AFK1-4818||Taco||After Eight (Cass, Album)||RCA||AFK1-4818||US||1983|
|VPL1 7462||Taco||After Eight (LP, Album)||RCA||VPL1 7462||Australia & New Zealand||1982|
|PL-28520||Taco||After Eight = Después De Las Ocho (LP, Album, Promo)||RCA Victor||PL-28520||Spain||1983|