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✨✧ Claudine LongetSugar Me (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Lilith (Italy), 1974. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the rare post-A&M recordings by the lovely Claudine Longet – best known to the rest of the world as the groovy Frenchy in the film The Party, or as the woman who shot Olympic skier Spider Savage in a love quarrel in Aspen Colorado! This one's got got Claudine singing a strange batch of material – including a lot of tracks of "unknown" origin. Titles include "Sugar Me", "Who Broke Your Heart", "Guess Who I Saw In Paris", "You Set My Dreams To Music", and "With Wings". Nice stuff, with a spooky, more mature tone than her earlier albums. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Goldie HawnGoldie (with bonus track) ... CD
Reprise (Japan), 1972. New Copy ... $14.99
A rare vocal outing from Goldie Hawn – recorded early in her career, and kind of a seminal shift away from the goofier side of her Laugh-In years! The style is surprisingly heartfelt, and quite intimate – a bit like that of Claudine Longet's later records at times, which is well suited to Goldie's voice, and no surprise considering that Longet's maestro Nick DeCaro had a hand in the set. Other tracks, though, bring in a bit more of a country influence – which is somewhat odd, but a really nice surprise in this setting – and shows a bit more depth than we'd expect from Hawn. Goldie's got some help on the record from Dolly Parton, Porter Wagoner, and Buck Owens & The Buckaroos – and titles include the wonderful "The House Song", plus "Carey", "Cloudy Summer", "Ring Bell", "Pasadena", "My Blue Tears", and "Uncle Pen". CD features the bonus track "Pitta Patta". CD

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Priscilla ParisPriscilla Loves Billie ... LP
Happy Tiger, 1969. Very Good ... $29.99
Breathily beautiful work from singer Priscilla Paris – an unusual take on the music of Billie Holiday, done with a relatively sweet feel overall! Paris is definitely trying for Holiday's tone at times – but her sound is always a bit warmer and airier – almost as if Claudine Longet were doing a tribute to Billie, with a spacious late 60s feel that's almost A&M at times! Backings are by Sid Feller and Don Peake, and players on the date include Jimmy Rowles on piano, Jim Crutcher on bass, John Guerin on drums, and Peake on guitar – plus a bit of added strings. Titles include "In My Solitude", "Girls Were Made To Take Care Of Boys", "Just Friends", "I Love You Porgy", and "My Man". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing in the textured cover, with a small name written in pen on front.)
 
 
 



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