Capaldi, Jim

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Capaldi, Jim - Whale Meat Again Whale Meat Again
Pop New - LP ILPS 9254 Island
Sealed 1974 Original. "Whale Meat Again, Jim Capaldi's second solo album, appeared in 1974, 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. True, it's not a drastic break, but where Traffic was getting jazzier with each album, Capaldi kept things down to earth, relying heavily on the blues whether it was in the Plastic Ono grind of the title track, or in the sighing dobros of "Yellow Sun," a lengthy jam that's all about groove, not what's being played. Oh How We Danced also maintained a groovy, mellow feel but the emphasis there was clearly on the songs, and here it's more about mood: not the instrumental interplay, but ratcheting up the soulfulness in the performances and singing, giving this album a funkier, open feel that lingers longer than the songs." Steohen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Capaldi, Jim - Fierce Heart Fierce Heart
Pop New - LP 80059 Atlantic
Sealed 1983 Original. COH. Produced By Steve Winwood.... more details
 
Capaldi, Jim - Short Cut Draw Blood Short Cut Draw Blood
Pop New - LP ILPS 9336 Island
Sealed 1975 Original. No Promo Or Deletions Marks, Crisp Corners. His Highly Regarded Third Album With Steve Winwood, Chris Spedding And A Number Of Muscle Shoals Studio Cats.... more details
 
Capaldi, Jim - Oh How We Danced Oh How We Danced
Pop New - LP SW 9314 Island
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Sealed, Rare Withdrawn Cover Art Original With Custom Traffic Hype Sticker. “Jim Capaldi Began His Solo Career Just As Traffic Had Reached Their Peak, Releasing This Solo Debut In Early 1972, Not Long After The High-Water Marks Of John Barleycorn Must Die And The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys. Oh How We Danced Isn't So Much A Break From Traffic But A Detour, One Where He's Joined By Then-Current And Former Bandmates (Steve Winwood And Dave Mason, Respectively), Assisted By Free's Paul Kossoff, The Move's Trevor Burton, Rick Gresch, Jim Gordon And The Muscle Shoals Horns, Among Other Rock Luminaries. In Feel, This Isn't Much Different Than Early-'70s Traffic, But The Album Is Quite Different In Form, Relying Less On The Winding, Jazzy Improvisations Than Well-Worn, Soulful Grooves, Given Heart And By Both The Muscle Shoals Horns And Kossoff, Who Particularly Tears It Up On A Drastic Reworking Of The Al Jolson-Written Title Track. For As Much Fire There Is Here And Elsewhere ("Love Is All You Can Try" Works Up A Good Head Of Steam), Oh How We Danced Is Distinguished By Its Mellow Vibe, Generated By The Genial Familiarity Of The Players, Capaldi's Sweet, Unassuming Voice, And The Emphasis On His Set Of Strong Songs Instead Of The Virtuosity Of His Musicians.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Capaldi, Jim - Some Come Running Some Come Running
Pop Used - LP 91024 Island
1988 Vinyl Rarity, Small Saw Cut. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Capaldi, Jim - Some Come Running Some Come Running
Pop Used - LP 91024 Island
1988 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Cover. Small Saw Cut. Gold Promo Stamp On Back. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Features Guest Appearance By Steve Winwood.... more details
 
Capaldi, Jim - Fierce Heart Fierce Heart
Pop New - LP 80059 Atlantic
Sealed 1983 Original. Tiny Saw Cut. “Fierce Heart Reunited Jim Capaldi With Steve Winwood And The Results Are Warm To The Heart As Well As Pleasing To The Ears. With Help From Van Morrison As Well, Capaldi Put Out An Album That Showed Renewed Faith In Rock After Having Been Living In Brazil Absorbing Various Influences There And Raising A Family. Winwood's Recent Smash Hits Influenced Capaldi To Write More Upbeat As Well As Personal Songs, Highlighted By "That's Love" And "Tonight You're Mine." But Whereas Winwood Got Into The Top Ten With His Songs, Capaldi Barely Made Into The Top 200. That Was A Shame, For There Are A Lot Of Comparisons Here That Should Have Been Explored. For Winwood Fans, This Album Was Like An Extra Helping. For Capaldi Fans, It Was The Main Course.” James Chrispell, AMG.... more details
 
Capaldi, Jim - Daughter Of The Night Daughter Of The Night
Pop Used - LP RS-1-3037 RSO
1978 White Label Promo. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “This Album Was The American Version Of Capaldi's The Contender With Some Cuts Omitted From That Album And Others Added. It Is Basically The Same Disc, Except For The Tracks "Stay With You," "I'm Gonna Do It," And "A Good Love." James Chrispell, AMG.... more details
 
Capaldi, Jim - Daughter Of The Night Daughter Of The Night
Pop New - LP RS-1-3037 RSO
Sealed 1978 Original With Saw Cut. “This Album Was The American Version Of Capaldi's The Contender With Some Cuts Omitted From That Album And Others Added. It Is Basically The Same Disc, Except For The Tracks "Stay With You," "I'm Gonna Do It," And "A Good Love." James Chrispell, AMG.... more details
 

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