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Thursday, November 22, 2012

who's that girl?

another nightime find - slow, sexy and very cool. released in the late 60's  - possibly 66. very nice indeed!

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8 comment(s):

Very nice indeed and quite unknown, what a pity !

By Anonymous serge964, at 22 November, 2012 17:27  

Someone should go back in time, and let Portishead know that this would be a brilliant song to plunder samples from. That organ!

It's funny; I've checked several sites, and no-one -- no-one -- seems to know what the date is on this. 'Late Sixties' is the best assessment I've read...

By Blogger Davecat, at 23 November, 2012 17:09  

One site has it listed as 1971.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 25 November, 2012 18:29  

One site has it listed as 1971.

By Anonymous Bruce, at 25 November, 2012 18:30  

This is on the Germinal label, which was (I think) linked to Germinal Tenas, the ├╝ber-producer of Clothilde et al? The catalogue numbering system for the label changed at one point, but the number of this release, and the fact that it's a two-track 45 and not an E.P., leads me to believe it comes from 1969 or possibly the very early seventies. She had two earlier EPs on the Bel Air label (which went belly up in 1965) before resurfacing with this one. Nice song!


By Anonymous Anonymous, at 29 November, 2012 09:15  

thanks garethofoz, i wondered about the tenas connection too. let's hope we can find the other two e.p.s

By Blogger mordi, at 29 November, 2012 17:22  

Melody remember me a litlle "And I Love her" by the Beatles. beautiful tune

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 04 December, 2012 14:12  

Gorgeous.. the organs and strings are great, and her voice & melody too...

By Blogger Darby, at 05 December, 2012 23:06  

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