Rinaldi Sings — News and Live Dates
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Rinaldi Sings is the name assumed by singer/songwriter Steve Rinaldi, who was famously described by the NME as a "cocksure 20th Century Scott Walker". He plays a stylish brand of pop that acknowledges a deep debt to the bubblegum northern soul of the late Sixties.
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Wed. Jan 26 2005‘COME FLY WITH ME’ NEXT SINGLE
With the release date of the debut Rinaldi Sings album drawing closer, Steve Rinaldi has been back into the studio to record a new version of ‘Come Fly With Me’ for release as a single by Tangerine Records. Written by Steve Rinaldi and substantially different from the forthcoming album version of the song, the single has a provisional release date of March 14. To give fans full value for money, the new ‘Come Fly With Me’ will be coupled with two previously unreleased songs, ‘Romeo And Juliet’ and ‘Julie Barber’.
Northern soul stomper ‘Romeo And Juliet’ was part of the original album recording session but was held over when single ‘Avenues & Alleyways’ made the final cut, while ‘Julie Barber’ was recorded soon afterwards for use as a b-side. Both songs were co-written by cult singer/songwriter Paul Bevoir, who worked on the album as part of the production team. The songs started life as Steve Rinaldi compositions, but so impressed was Bevoir that he added lyrics to the verses of the unfinished songs while recording was underway (as he did with album track ‘This Time Tomorrow’). Both songs make the three-track single an exciting proposition.
While in the studio with producer Ian Shaw working on the new version of ‘Come Fly With Me’, Steve also recorded a radical reworking of the Redskins song ‘Hold On’ for a forthcoming Redskins tribute album, to be released by Redstar Recordings.
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