Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Jules Shear - The Eternal Return (1985)

In which we imagine a world where the compact disc was introduced in 1980, and now-obscure artists and albums could be preserved for posterity...

1. If She Knew What She Wants
2. Stand Tall
3. Steady
4. Change (Change)
5. The Fever's On
6. Her S/he Comes (with Pal Shazar)
7. Memories Burn Hard
8. You're Not Around
9. Empty Out the House (Throw it all Away)
10. Every Time I Get The Feeling


Password: music


Anonymous said...

password please, do really enjoy your good work! you open up my new world of music.. indeed

fiftypercent said...

The password is "music". Sorry about that.

Anonymous said...

Thanx you so much!...

Cause I'm steady ooh I'm steady...

Magnificent work...and I'll keep leaching LOL

El Morxis

d said...

Wow, I can't believe you posted this and I can't believe I found it. This great album isn't even listed on his website or at Amazon. All I can say is WTF is up with that?

If I'm overly chatty it's because last night I couldn't think of Jules' name - it was nowhere near my recall. Then at about 5 pm, totally working on some crazy personal financial crap, the song "Change" popped into my mind soon followed by Jules' name. Crazy. Then I searched on-line for anything by Jules and found his earlier stuff is MIA.

Thank you!~!!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm on board with the other late-comers. This is an awesome find. I think I pawned my original vinyl back in '89 for cigarettes. What a dolt I was!

Thanks for sharing.


Anonymous said...

fantastic album!

Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this ... just a fantastic album

Sysm said...

Howdy. I've been scouring the web for this one. Is there any chance that you still have it around? I can rip the (kinda awful extended disco remix) of the non-album track "When Love Surges" in return. Thanks.