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Some Come Running
Solo release by former Traffic drummer Jim Capaldi. Features guest appearances by Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Mick Ralphs (Mott the Hoople/Bad Company) & Steve Winwood. Track listing: 1. Something So Strong 2. Love Used... more »
Solo release by former Traffic drummer Jim Capaldi. Features guest appearances by Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Mick Ralphs (Mott the Hoople/Bad Company) & Steve Winwood. Track listing: 1. Something So Strong 2. Love Used To Be A Friend Of Mine 3. Dancing on the Highway 4. Some Come Running 5. Voices in the Night 6. You Are the One 7. Take Me Home 8. Oh Lord, Why Lord
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psicop | TX United States | 07/28/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Jim Capaldi is one of the worlds most underappreciated music artists. His songs are easily up there with many of rock's biggest stars. Of his albums, Some Come Running is the best. In my opinion, it is one of the finest 80's rock albums ever. It has a solid upbeat tone set into motion by "Something So Strong" in the beginning of the CD, followed by a variety of other 80s style songs. Most of it has a fast beat and is great for working out to or exercising. For the widely most popular song on the CD, "Something So Strong", imagine "Eye of the Tiger" with different, more rock style. You may have also heard this song playing in the end credits for the 80s martial arts movie, Best of the Best. Also in note of mentioning is the second track, "Love Used to be a Friend of Mine", which is a work of art. It's based on love, a reoccuring theme in many of his albums and songs. If you like 80s rock with a good upbeat sound and enticing lyrics, Jim Capaldi is your man. No better place to start than with his best CD, "Some Come Running"."
Darkbackwardz | 05/24/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Jim Capaldi has an incredible voice and the lyrics to his songs are awesome. I have several hundred of LPs and CDs from the early '90s/late '80s, and this is one of my favorites. "Something So Strong" is definitely going on my list of the top 100 greatest songs."