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Eclipse (disco, electronic)

Eclipse was the brainchild of Pierre Gauthier who had nominal success with the group Aut’Chose having released two albums in 1974 and 1975. By 1977 Euro-disco was storming the globe and specifically in Quebéc allowing Gauthier to make the leap to disco. The ‘Night And Day’ album was released in 1977 on Direction Records featuring originals by the group but it was the inclusion of watered down disco takes on previous pop and rock hits like “Born To Be Wild” (Steppenwolf), “Sunshine Superman” (Donovan) and “You Really Got Me” (The Kinks) that attracted attention. - Jaimie Vernon, The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia

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Night And Day - 1977

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Space Love 4:17                                      Born To Be Wild 3:26

Sunshine Superman 4:13                        You Really Got Me 8:06

Surprise 4:23                                            Bring It Home 3:12

Lady 3:59                                                 You Better Believe 3:40

We're Losing Our Love 3:49                    See The Light 3:54

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