A Hot Night In Paris


1. Sussudio 6'43
(Phil Collins)
2. That's All 4'40
(Tony Banks / Phil Collins / Mike Rutherford)
3. Invisible Touch 5'44
(Tony Banks / Phil Collins / Mike Rutherford)
4. Hold On My Heart 5'15
(Tony Banks / Phil Collins / Mike Rutherford)
5. Chips And Salsa 6'25
(Gerald Albright)
6. I Don't Care Anymore 5'09
(Phil Collins)
7. Milestones 6'05
(Miles Davis)
8. Against All Odds 7'34
(Phil Collins)
9. Pick Up The Pieces 6'52
(Roger Ball / Malcolm Duncan / Allan Gorrie / Robbie Mcintosh / Owen McIntyre / Hamish Stuart)
10. The Los Endos Suite 7'01
(Phil Collins / Steve Hackett / Mike Rutherford / Tony Banks)

Total Time: 67:17

Phil Collins - Drums
  • Brad Cole - Keyboards
  • Daryl Steurmer - Guitar
  • Doug Richeson - Bass
  • Luis Conte - Percussion
  • Daniel Fornero - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
  • Harry Kim - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
  • Tito Carrillo - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
  • Alan Hood - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
  • Ron Modell - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
  • Arturo Velasco - Trombone
  • Scott Bliege - Trombone
  • Mark Bettcher - Trombone
  • Antonio Garcia - Bass trombone
  • Matt James - Alto Saxophone, Woodwinds
  • Larry James - Tenor Saxophone, Woodwinds
  • Chris Collins - Tenor Saxophone, Woodwinds
  • Ian Nevins - Tenor Saxophone, Woodwinds
  • Kevin Sheehan - Baritone Saxophone, Woodwinds

    Produced by Don Murray and Daryl Steurmer
    Liner Notes, Supervisor, Supervising Producer: Phil Collins
    Overseen by Phil Collins
    Mixed by Don Murray at
    Assistant Engineers: Pete Doell and Dann Thompson at
    Assistant Engineer: Greg Burns
    Live Recording Engineers: Mauricio Guerrero and Christophe Suchet
    Recorded by
    Mastered by Don MUrray and Robert Vasgien at
    Musical Director: Harry Kim
    Cover Design:
    Wherefore Art?
    Illustration: Sian Rance

  • "It was 1966 when I first heard the Buddy RICH SWINGING NEW BIG BAND. All the other things I was listening to at the time had to move over and make room for this wonerful noise I had discovered. I went searching for more and discovered Count Basie with Sonny Payne, Harold Jones and Jo Jones ... then Duke Ellington and so many more. I decided that, one day, I'd have to have a go myseflf and form my own big band.
    Thirty years later I did it. In 1996 I toured Europe with Quincy Jones conducting and Tony Bennett as our guest vocalist and my band. I was in Heaven.
    Having dived in, I couldn't wait to do it again. In 1998 I took the band out again and toured the USA and Europe. We recorded some shows and the result is here to listen to. For me it's a labour of love. I'm back where I belong, behind the drums, playing music I'm proud of with some wonderful musicians. I hope it moves you as it does me. If it does, come and see us sometime."
    - Phil Collins