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Doon-Chang/Gee How I Miss You/Make You Wanna Holler/Everybody's Somebody's Fool (10 inch single)

12-inch (Item 615544) Fraternity/Undercover Brother, Early 70s — Condition: New Copy
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Rare early 70s soul from Cinci! "Doon-Chang" by the female vocal combo 4 Jades has a little bit of a psych funk vibe going on thanks to the guitars – with a funky bassline prominent in the mix, some sax, nicely -grooving organ and solid drums. Still, it's the voices that shine the brightest! Sweet lead and backup vocals really make this one a standout. "Gee How I Miss You" is a mellower tune – but still with a heavy bass groove – and the vocals are even more sublime on this track! The flip has a pair of strong, stylistically divergent tracks by Longmire – the funky disco instrumental gem "Make You Wanna Holler" – and the tender vocal ballad "Everybody's Somebody's Fool". (Pressed on clear green vinyl.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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