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Siamese Twins EP

7-inch (Item 544981) Norton, Early 60s — Condition: New Copy
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Amazing work from one of the strangest musical acts ever – Siamese twins Yvonne & Yvette McCarther, joined at the head, and singing here in a set of powerful gospel duets! The girls have way more to offer than just their physical uniqueness – and the tracks on the set offer up some nice rough-edged gospel – with two cuts that feature just the two girls singing alone, one more with a larger group in the background, and one more with their mother narrating a message to the pair! The package is great – with biographical info on the girls in the notes – and titles include "After It's All Over", "He's Sweet I Know", "Your Mother", and "We Are Workers For The Lord".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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