The Euclid Beach Band - Euclid Beach Band (1979/2013) [HDTracks]
Artist: The Euclid Beach Band
Title Of Album: The Euclid Beach Band
Year Of Release: 2013 (1979)
Genre: Pop, Pop Rock, Surf
Quality: FLAC (tracks, d.booklet)
Bitrate: Lossless [24Bit/96kHz]
Full Size: 821 MB
After forming in 1978, The Euclid Beach Band picked up speed with their debut single "There's No Surf in Cleveland." Shortly after releasing their self titled album, Euclid Beach Band, the group broke up in 1980. Euclid Beach Band features hit songs "I Need You," "There's No Surf in Cleveland" and "End Of The World".
Tongue-in-cheek Cleveland surf-pop combo the Euclid Beach Band was founded in 1978 by Scene magazine staffers Rich Reising and Jim Girard, the former a onetime guitarist in Eric Carmen's backing band Magic. The group's debut single "There Is No Surf in Cleveland" -- the title, a quote from an unreleased Carmen song, seemed particularly meaningful during the brutal winter of 1977/78 -- was recorded with the aid of vocalists John Hart and Pete Hewitt as well as assorted local musicians; when the Euclid Beach Band announced their intentions to donate all proceeds from the novelty song to Cleveland-area charities, the record received considerable media exposure, and quickly sold out its original 10,000-copy pressing. Its success landed the group a contract with the Cleveland International label, and with Carmen tapped as producer, the Euclid Beach Band travelled to New York City to begin work on their debut LP; recorded with a number of ace session players, the project soon went well over budget, and although the single "I Need You" cracked the Top 100 in 1979, the self-titled album was nevertheless poorly received and the band dissolved in 1980.
01 - Don't Play That Song
02 - There's a Moon out Tonight
03 - Karen
04 - I Need You
05 - There's No Surfin' in Cleveland
06 - End of the World
07 - You Make It Easy
08 - Don't You Know What You Mean to Me
09 - So Hard to Say Goodbye
10 - You're the One
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