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Prior to becoming the iconoclastic vocalist who would revolutionize the role of women in rock & roll during the 1980s, Cyndi Lauper fronted Blue Angel, a retro-rock quintet that was all too short-lived. Their sound recalls all that is great about the superbly crafted early-'60s pop music genre. Producer Roy Halee perfectly re-creates Phil Spector's sound on the upbeat "I Had a Love" as well as "Just the Other Day," throwing in more than a hint of a reggae shuffle backbeat. Followers of Lauper's later work will note the overhaul of "Maybe He'll Know" on her similarly strong second solo outing from 1986, True Colors.
Prior to becoming the iconoclastic vocalist who would revolutionize the role of women in rock & roll during the 1980s, Cyndi Lauper fronted Blue Angel, a retro-rock quintet that was all too short-lived. Their sound recalls all that is great about the superbly crafted early-'60s pop music genre. Producer Roy Halee perfectly re-creates Phil Spector's sound on the upbeat "I Had a Love" as well as "Just the Other Day," throwing in more than a hint of a reggae shuffle backbeat. Followers of Lauper's later work will note the overhaul of "Maybe He'll Know" on her similarly strong second solo outing from 1986, True Colors.
600753985014

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 11/17/2023
UPC: 600753985014

Blue Angel (Feat. Cyndi Lauper) (Hol)
Artist: Blue Angel
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Maybe He'll Know
2. I Had a Love
3. Fade
4. Anna Blue
5. Can't Blame Me
6. Late
7. Cut Out
8. Take a Chance
9. Just the Other Day
10. I'm Gonna Be Strong
11. Lorraine
12. Everybody's Got An Angel

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Prior to becoming the iconoclastic vocalist who would revolutionize the role of women in rock & roll during the 1980s, Cyndi Lauper fronted Blue Angel, a retro-rock quintet that was all too short-lived. Their sound recalls all that is great about the superbly crafted early-'60s pop music genre. Producer Roy Halee perfectly re-creates Phil Spector's sound on the upbeat "I Had a Love" as well as "Just the Other Day," throwing in more than a hint of a reggae shuffle backbeat. Followers of Lauper's later work will note the overhaul of "Maybe He'll Know" on her similarly strong second solo outing from 1986, True Colors.
        
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