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JIM CAPALDI : SHOE SHINE [FRA 1979] 12'


5 fotos JIM CAPALDI : SHOE SHINE [FRA 1979] 12' (Música - Discos de Vinilo - Maxi Singles - Pop - Rock Extranjero de los 70)

  • Éléments: 1

    État: Bon (très peu de signes d'utilisation)

    Vinilo casi perfecto (VG++) Funda con ligero signo de uso pero en muy buenas condiciones (VG+)


    (Polydor)  1979  made in France

    cat. num. 2141 198 / POL 110

    #soft rock   #disco  #funk

     

    AShoe Shine5:36
    BTabitha4:14

     

    Electric Nights came at the end of the '70s and showed Capaldi's music being influenced by disco. But he didn't give up on his own brand of rock, which always tended to shine through with each of his albums. By the time this album was released, his former partner in TrafficSteve Winwood, had finally released a solo album of his own and surprisingly each album had a version of what was, essentially, the same song. Capaldi's version was called "Time" while Winwood's added "Is Running Out." Confusing, yes, but at least it was a decent song. But Capaldi still wasn't moving product in America like he did in Europe, so not many people heard Electric Nights. Other highlights include the tender "Tabitha", the disco "Shoe Shine" and the rocking "White Jungle Lady," along with the title cut. Electric Nights showed that Capaldi was still making music that could suit nearly anyone.



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