Euclid Beach Band The Euclid Beach Band

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Album-Release:
1979

HRA-Release:
15.09.2015

Label: Epic/Legacy

Genre: Pop

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  • 1Don't Play That Song04:04
  • 2There's a Moon out Tonight03:41
  • 3Karen03:50
  • 4I Need You03:44
  • 5There's No Surf in Cleveland04:33
  • 6End of the World03:16
  • 7You Make It Easy04:05
  • 8Don't You Know What You Mean to Me03:20
  • 9So Hard to Say Goodbye03:15
  • 10You're the One03:40
  • Total Runtime37:28

Info for Euclid Beach Band

„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.“ (Jason Ankeny, Rovi)


The Euclid Beach Band
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.

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