The Capris - There's A Moon Out Tonight

The Capris

There's A Moon Out Tonight

Old Town Records

Release Date: January 3rd, 1961

Words by: Cormac Orange
February 27th, 1962

Male du-wop and a shuffle. The cynical ones should forget it. The optimists' will adore it. Pleasantville. A plaid dress and a stroll under the moon. A remnant of the baby boom. All moving towards a more honest era. There's nothing wrong with neglecting reality. The Capris smiled for us all. Lived in a dream. Spouted dreamlike harmonies. Polished the pitch and the rough edges. Forgot their worries on wax. Sealed in the innocence of young'un love.

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