"Right in the Night (Fall in Love with Music)" is a song by German electronic music duo Jam & Spoon, released as the second single from their second album, Tripomatic Fairytales 2001 (1993). It is a Eurodance song with elements from progressive and vocal trance. It is based on "Leyenda" by the classical composer Isaac Albéniz and features vocals by American vocalist Plavka, with lyrics by Nosie Katzmann. The flamenco-styled riff in the song is played by El Mar, who was trained as a classical guitarist.
The single was released in 1993 on the German label Dance Pool. It is widely regarded as one of the biggest electronic music anthems of the 1990s, reaching number one in Finland, Greece and Spain, as well as number two in Australia, Iceland and Italy in 1994. On the Eurochart Hot 100, "Right in the Night" peaked at number four. On the UK Singles Chart, the song originally peaked at number 31, but after a re-release in 1995 it reached a new peak of number ten. It has been extensively anthologised, further indicating the song's significance in trance music's evolution.
Jam & Spoon and Plavka performed the song on many different European TV-shows and concerts, like the British music chart television programme Top of the Pops, the Italian singing competition Festivalbar and the Finnish 1994 national final of Eurovision Song Contest. It earned the duo an award in the category for "Best Progressive hi-NRG Recording" at the 1995 Hi-NRG Music Awards in the US.
In the 2017 book Stars of 90's Dance Pop: 29 Hitmakers Discuss Their Careers by James Arena, writer of the song Nosie Katzmann told, "I always felt "Right in the Night" was one of the best songs I've ever written, but the record company and A&R people who came to my place to listen to new songs for the project just thought of "Right" as being average. Some other individuals from A&R asked, "Where's the hook—the punchline?" I really hated to play the song for the record company, and a week before it came out I thought for sure it would be a flop because the label people just didn't hear the hit in it. And just like most times, the label people were wrong." In 2020, Jam El Mar told in an interview about how the duo found Plavka, "Mark Spoon knew Plavka from the very first Love Parade. He was clever enough to ask for her number so, when we were about to record Right In The Night, he opened his magic book of secret telephone numbers."
In 2013, the song was released in a new remix, by Jam & Spoon vs. David May & Amfree.
The music video of "Right in the Night" was directed by Swedish-based director Matt Broadley. There are two different versions of the video, which the one focuses more on Plavka than the another one. There was also made a video for the 2013 remix by Jam & Spoon vs. David May & Amfree. It also featured new footage of Plavka and was published on YouTube in August 2013. As of September 2021, the video has received more than 1,6 million views.