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Evergreen Nights
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Soundtrack album by Lisa Lougheed
Released 1987/1988
Recorded 1985-1987
Length 37:18
Label Run Records
Return to Analog (2019 re-issue)
Produced by Kevin Gillis, Jon Stroll, Lost Angels Music SOCAN & Run With Us Music SOCAN

Evergreen Nights is the first album by Canadian singer, Lisa Lougheed (who voiced by Lisa Raccoon). It is also the third and last soundtrack for The Raccoons. Other musical artists on this album include Curtis King Jr. and Steve Lunt.

Originally released in November 1987, rereleased in 1988 and pressed in somewhat small quantities, the album later received a re-issue on vinyl in 2019.

It was only released as both a vinyl record and a cassette, and has never had any form of a CD or a digital release.

Track listing[]

No. Title Lead vocals Featured in... Length
1 Run With Us Lisa Lougheed 4:29
2 Ain't No Planes Lisa Lougheed 3:24
3 Here I Go Again Lisa Lougheed and Curtis King, Jr. 3:21
4 Stop the Clock Lisa Lougheed 4:34
5 Don't Fear the Fire Steve Lunt 3:25
6 Growing Up Lisa Lougheed 5:34
7 All Life Long Lisa Lougheed and Curtis King, Jr. 3:11
8 Hold Back Tomorrow Lisa Lougheed
  • Life in the Fast Lane!
9 New World Curtis King, Jr. 4:08


  • Lisa Lougheed - lead vocals (tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8)
  • Steve Lunt - lead vocals (track 5)
  • Jon Stroll - backing vocals, keyboards
  • Moe Koffman - alto saxophone, horns
  • Edmund Eagan - keyboards, synthesizer
  • Kevin Gillis - keyboards
  • Brenda White King - backing vocals
  • Curtis King, Jr. - backing vocals, lead vocals (tracks 3, 7, 9)
  • Maeretha Stewart, Norma Jean Wright, Rory Dodd, Tawatha, Valerie Wilson, Yvonne Lewis - backing vocals
  • Scott Alexander, Will Lee - bass guitars
  • Kevan McKenzie - drums
  • Bob Mann, Neil Chapman, Sid McGinnis - guitars
  • Arnie Chycoski, Dave Caldwell, Eugene Amaro, Guido Basso, Herb Koffman - horns
  • Brian Leonard, Jimmy Maelen - percussion
  • The Royal Raccoon Orchestra - strings
  • Robert Cram, Rowland Floyd - woodwinds

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