By 1984 it was a common complaint that Sonny Rollins's live appearances were much more exciting than his studio recordings. Although none of the latter were throwaways (and virtually all of the Milestone sessions have their moments of interest), few were real gems. Sunny Days, Starry Nights as usual finds the great tenor at his best on the two ballads ("I'm Old Fashioned" and Noel Coward's "I'll See You Again") while the other four originals have been largely forgotten. His backup crew features trombonist Clifton Anderson and keyboardist Mark Soskin.
Blessed with good looks, a powerful voice, and a gift for communicating with an audience, Julio Iglesias is one of the most popular and enduring figures in the history of Latin music, a true international superstar who has sold over 300 million albums worldwide and remains a popular concert draw and chart-topping recording artist in a career that has spanned six decades. "Starry Night is dedicated to my faithful companion HEY! Always with me in the silence and the shadows."
Hideo is the leader of the motorcycle gang The Bears. He beats up the leader of a rival gang The Scorpions without a reason. The Scorpions retaliate, which lands Hideo severly injured in the hospital of Hiroshi's father. Hiroshi, the black sheep of his wealthy family is a gay boy with a drug addiction, who's deeply in love with the cool, self-assured Hideo. But Hideo ignores Hiroshi's affection and dates Akemi, the promiscuous daughter of a hooker mother. Thus an unhappy love triangle develops. All three protagonists are deeply troubled by their unloving upbringing, and only one of them will survive their relationship.