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  1. Preceded by "No More Lonely Nights (Ballad)", a worldwide Top 10 hit featuring guitar work by David Gilmour, Give My Regards to Broad Street entered the UK charts at number 1 and was certified platinum, while also going gold with a number 21 peak in the United States (where it sold and charted under expectations).

    • December 1982 – May 1984
    • Rock
  2. "No More Lonely Nights" is a song written and performed by Paul McCartney, first released on 24 September 1984 on the album Give My Regards to Broad Street. The song features David Gilmour from Pink Floyd on guitars including the soaring solos and fills throughout the song.

    • 4:42 (ballad version), 4:35 (playout version)
    • 24 September 1984
  3. Preceded by “No More Lonely Nights (Ballad)”, a worldwide top 10 hit featuring guitar work by David Gilmour, Give My Regards to Broad Street entered the UK charts at number 1 while going gold with a number 21 peak in

  4. Give My Regards to Broad Street é o álbum feito para o filme homônimo realizado pelo beatle Paul McCartney em 1984. Descrito como um álbum difícil de fazer, a música " No more Lonely nights " foi o maior sucesso do álbum e contou com a participação da guitarra solo de David Gilmour (Pink Floyd).

  5. 7 de jun. de 2023 · Paul McCartney: vocals, piano Linda McCartney, Eric Stewart: vocals David Gilmour: electric guitar Herbie Flowers: bass guitar Anne Dudley: synthesizer Stuart Elliot: drums ‘No More Lonely Nights’ was the main theme song of Paul McCartney’s 1984 film Give My Regards To Broad Street.

  6. 29 de ago. de 2011 · Released: 22 October 1984. Personnel. Paul McCartney: vocals, guitar, bass guitar, piano, keyboards, electric harpsichord, drums. Linda McCartney: vocals, piano, keyboards. Eric Stewart: vocals. David Gilmour, Dave Edmunds, Chris Spedding, Steve Lukather, Eric Ford: guitar. Herbie Flowers, Louis Johnson, Russ Stableforth: bass guitar.

  7. 22 de out. de 2015 · To say Give My Regards to Broad Street, which arrived on Oct. 22, 1984, didn't work is an insult to anything that's ever worked. The album, which served as a soundtrack to a failed...