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Santa Esmeralda - Don´t Let Me Be Miss Understood (1977) - €10,00
















Santa Esmeralda was formed in 1977 by French producers Nicolas Skorsky and Jean Manuel de Scarano, songwriters who had launched their own label with the aim of producing artists who would record their compositions. Upon meeting singer Leroy Gómez in Paris, the duo recruited him for the group's first record, "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood," which debuted on the independent French label, Fauves Puma. A sudden success in Europe, the record was picked up for worldwide distribution by Casablanca Records.
Although the disc had originally been titled Santa Esmeralda Featuring Leroy Gomez, Casablanca renamed it to capitalize on the hit single "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood." The old Animals classic covered an entire side of the original vinyl album; "Esmeralda Suite" was simply a reworking of the hit. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood contains three other tracks: the dull ballad "You're My Everything"; an elongated remake of "Gloria" that's borderline disco; and the refreshing "Black Pot," a soulful number that uses Spanish guitars, flamenco percussion, and lead guitars to good effect.


Side A
A1.   Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood + Esmeralda Suite   (16:05)

Side B
B1.   Gloria   (3:36)
B2.   You’re My Everything   (5:40)
B3.   Black Pot   (7:12)


Notes
Release: 1977
Format:  LP
Genre:   Disco
Label:  Philips Records
Catalog#  9101149

Vinyl:  V+
Cover:  V+

Prijs: €10,00
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