On the Night is the second live album by Dire Straits. It was released in 1993, after Alchemy which was released in 1984 and Live at the BBC which while released in 1995 was recorded much earlier. It features many of their later hits, including the successful singles "Walk of Life" and "Money for Nothing." "On the Night" is a collection of recordings from two different concerts during the On Every Street tour. The musical virtuosity of all players can clearly be heard, and the album also makes best use of Paul Franklin's pedal steel guitar skills, and Chris White's saxophone solos. These two musicians had previously appeared on the album On Every Street; On the Night highlights their talents more prominently. The video version of On the Night included three additional tracks: "The Bug", "Solid Rock" and "Wild Theme" (from the Local Hero soundtrack). "The Bug" was placed between "Romeo and Juliet" and "Private Investigations", while the other two tracks were at the end. The three omitted tracks were released separately on the Encores EP. The concert film was eventually released in a PAL-format DVD in the UK, and a region-free NTSC DVD importable from Argentina. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.