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Jim Capaldi - Oh How We Danced (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jim Capaldi: Short Cut Draw Blood LP VG/NM USA Island ILPS Jim Capaldi. out of 5 stars 6. Vinyl. Audio CD. $ Oh How We Danced / Whale Meat Again CAPALDI. out of 5 stars 9. Audio CD. 8 offers from $ Short Cut Draw Blood/the Contender (Da by Jim Capaldi () out of 5 stars 6. Audio CD. (SCDB Jim's 3rd /5(11).
  2. Jan 09,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Whale Meat Again · Simon Kirke Dear Mr. Fantasy ℗ Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd Released on: .
  3. Sep 05,  · Oh How We Danced, an Album by Jim Capaldi. Released 1 February on Island (catalog no. ILPS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock, Soft Rock. Featured peformers: Jim Capaldi (vocals, producer), Chris Blackwell (producer), Steve Melton (engineer), Brian Humphries (engineer), Neal Preston (photography)/5(4).
  4. Oh How We Danced, an Album by Jim Capaldi. Released in on Island (catalog no. SW; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock, Soft Rock/5(2).
  5. Sep 02,  · 8 videos Play all Jim Capaldi "Oh How We Danced" - Full Album Roy Hulland Jim Capaldi - Interview Part 3 - 11/4/ - Rock Influence (Official) - .
  6. Oh how we danced, features all the original musicians of Traffic in their Classic live Album "Welcome to the Canteen". It could have been easily been a Traffic album even by name. This is the best Capaldi ever released in all his solo years. If your ears are hungry for traffic melodies with Capaldi's singing, this album is definitely the right choice/5(16).
  7. Jim Capaldi A: Eve B: Going Down Slow All The Way: Island USA: Feb 7" 0: Jim Capaldi A: Oh How We Danced B: Open Your Heart: Island USA: Jun 7" 0: Jim Capaldi A: Tricky Dickie Rides Again B: Love Is All You Can Try: Island USA: Jun 7" 1: Jim Capaldi A: It's All Right B: Whale Meat Again: Island USA.
  8. "Whale Meat Again, Jim Capaldi's second solo album, appeared in , just before Traffic released their final album, When the Eagle Flies, and while it, like Oh How We Danced before it, has appearances from his Traffic colleagues Steve Winwood and Rebop Kwaku Baah, it feels like a break from his band in ways that his debut never did.

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