|A1||Somewhere In The Night||2:45|
|A3||The Night We Called It A Day||2:40|
|A4||Cry Me A River||2:44|
|A5||Marnie-Theme The Alfred Hitchcock Picture Of "Marnie"||2:15|
|B1||Moonlight Becomes You||3:05|
|B5||Where Are You Tonight||2:52|
|DL 4573||Sam (The Man) Taylor*||Somewhere In The Night (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca||DL 4573||US||1964|
|DL 74573||Sam (The Man) Taylor*||Somewhere In The Night (LP, Album)||Decca||DL 74573||Canada||1964|
|DL 74573||Sam (The Man) Taylor*||Somewhere In The Night (LP, Album)||Decca||DL 74573||US||1964|
|DL 4573||Sam (The Man) Taylor*||Somewhere In The Night (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca||DL 4573||Canada||1964|
|DL 74573||Sam (The Man) Taylor*||Somewhere In The Night (LP, Album, RP)||Decca||DL 74573||US||1964|
Samuel Leroy Taylor, Jr. (July 12, 1916 – October 5, 1990), known as Sam "The Man" Taylor, was an American jazz and blues tenor saxophonist, whose honking style set the standard for tenor sax solos in both R&B and jazz. Taylor was born in Lexington, Tennessee. He attended Alabama State University, where he played with the Bama State Collegians. He later worked with Scatman Crothers, Cootie Williams, Lucky Millinder, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, Buddy Johnson, Louis Jordan and Big Joe Turner
SAM THE MAN TAYLOR at Records By Mail. SAM (THE MAN) TAYLOR: somewhere in the night. Item · Blues & R&B 45. SAM 'THE MAN' TAYLOR: big guitar, cherokee.
Somewhere in the Night (album), a 1986 album by Sawyer Brown. com/Somewhere in the Night. Somewhere in the Night (film). Somewhere in the Night is a 1946 psychological thriller, directed and co-written by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. The film tells the tale of a man called George Taylor (John Hodiak), who returns home to the US from fighting in World War II. He is suffering from amnesia, and tries to track down his old identity, following a trail left behind by the mysterious Mr. Larry Cravat.