Shirley Eikhard ‎– Horizons -1977- Funk / Soul (vinyl)


Shirley Eikhard ‎– Horizons -1977- Funk / Soul (vinyl)

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At age 13, while living in Oshawa, Eikhard successfully auditioned for the New Songwriters' Workshop at the 1969 Mariposa Folk Festival in Toronto. In 1971, when she was 15, her song "It Takes Time" was recorded by Anne Murray and became a hit in Canada. Eikhard released her debut album the following year.

Her song, "Something to Talk About", was recorded by musician Bonnie Raitt to significant success in the 1990s.[2] Her song "Born with the Hunger" was recorded by Cher for her album She sang the theme song to the movie The Passion of Ayn Rand, "Love Is, Love Is Not". "Lovers Forever", a song she originally wrote with Cher for the 1994 film Interview with the Vampire, is featured on Cher's 2013 studio album Closer to the Truth

Attic ‎– LAT 1032
Vinyl, LP
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 7 - wrickled - water damage - intact
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 9 ( slight scuffing all round lp )
side 2 - 9 ( slight scuffing all round lp )
BIN # * 92


A1 Dont Let Me Down 3:10
A2 Let Me Down Easy 2:20
A3 I Still Believe In Love Songs 2:37
A4 It All Comes Down To Caring 2:59
A5 I Dont Want To Lose Your Love 3:22
B1 Play A Little Bit Longer 3:37
B2 Strangers Now 2:56
B3 Nothing To Lose 2:51
B4 Any Way The Wind Blows 2:48
B5 Some Day Soon 3:18

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