Shoes - Black Vinyl Shoes mp3 flac
- Album: Black Vinyl Shoes
- MP3: 1862 mb | FLAC: 1595 mb
- Released: 1977
- Style: Power Pop
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 571
- Format: DTS FLAC DXD AIFF AHX XM MP3
referencing Black Vinyl Shoes, LP, Album, RE, 150, NJR-LP-003. In 2015 a run of these albums were pressed by Numero on white vinyl at United. Some of these copies have a pressing flaw on Side 2, track 3. My copy has two loud pops on that track that didn't respond to multiple RCM cleanings.
Shoes – Black Vinyl Shoes. Label: Sire – SRK 6075. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. Photography – Fred Blurton. Producer, Engineer, Mixed By, Written-By, Artwork By – Shoes. Vocals, Bass – John Murphy (7). Vocals, Guitar – Gary Klebe, Jeff Murphy.
In 1977 Shoes recorded the album Black Vinyl Shoes in Jeff Murphy's living room and pressed 1,000 copies on their own label, Black Vinyl Records. Shoes then released a single "Tomorrow Night" on Bomp! Records in June 1978. Soon after that Black Vinyl Shoes was licensed to PVC Records which released the album in November 1978. In January 2011 Shoes got together in the studio with drummer John Richardson to lay down rhythm tracks for a new batch of Shoes songs. Over the next 14 months recording continued on what would become their first studio album of new material in over 17 years
Listen free to Shoes – Black Vinyl Shoes (Boys Don't Lie, Do You Wanna Get Lucky? and more). Shoes’ maiden release, recorded in 1977, was hailed by critics as a welcome return to concise songwriting, hummable melodies and inventive arrangements. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Album · 1976 · 15 Songs. 1977 Black Vinyl Records. See All. Stolen Wishes.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). I started listening to the Shoes back in the 80s when I bought their album "Tongue Twister" on a whim just because I thought the cover was interesting. I instantly fell in love with the catchy songs and smooth harmonies on that album. I soon purchased Boomerang and Present Tense and loved those as well. I admit I didn't care for this album when I first listened to it. I didn't think the songs were bad but the production lacked the punch of their studio albums that I was used to. Well, of course, that's because they recorded the album in their living room with the equipment they had at the time. Over the years, the album has grown on me and I enjoy it from time to time.
Black Vinyl Shoes is an album whose somewhat primitive production actually works in its favor; with 15 tunes to record and only four tracks on hand, Shoes made a record that was about melodies, hooks, and harmonies, and the result was an album that helped kick start the '80s pop revival - and still sounds fine almost a quarter of a century later.
By: Shoes (1977, Rock). One In Versailles by Shoes. Tongue Twister by Shoes. Stolen Wishes by Shoes. Present Tense by Shoes. Double Exposure by Shoes. View all albums . Black Vinyl Shoes. By: Shoes (1977, Rock).
Black Vinyl Shoes suddenly and unexpectedly landed in the small South Coast town I was domiciled in around 1981, as an item in the post-Christmas sale in the local Woolies. For some reason odd stuff from major labels used to end up there (BVS was eventually licenced to Sire), probably as a result of unsold items being cleared out of Woolworths’ storage nationally. Back to the album itself, Black Vinyl Shoes is such a complete and self-contained piece of work that picking out highlights seems irrelevant, but I suppose is necessary to give an idea of the sounds contained therein.