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Hayley Records - New 45 - The Stylists & Johnny Griffith Band

Hayley Records - New 45 - The Stylists & Johnny Griffith Band cover

DYNAMIC DETROIT DUO from Hayley Records !

Previously unreleased gems from The Stylists and Johnny Griffith Band setting UK dance floors alight.

Hayley Records is proud to announce the release of THE STYLISTS ‘I need your loving ( to satisfy my soul) b/w JOHNNY GRIFFITH BAND ‘Operator please’. 


The STYLISTS release is an up tempo dancer recorded at United Sound Systems in Detroit around 1968 and features a fantastic string arrangement by Motown maestro Paul Riser and the very best Detroit backing musicians ably assisted by Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

The flip side is the instrumental version of Tony & Tyrone’s ‘Please operator’ by the studio musicians assembled as JOHNNY GRIFFITH BAND at Theme Productions in Detroit MI. around 1966/67 and needs no introduction!

Both tunes are guaranteed to fill dance floors across the country.

This release is a LIMITED QUANTITY release and will not be repressed. Order now to avoid disappointment. 

A small number of WHITE promo copies are available.
 

Available now from sales@hayleyrecords.co.uk 

or on the website http://www.hayleyrecords.co.uk

Listen: Sample #1

Listen: Sample #2




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Yes nice to meet at last Rob....was a bit selfish to keep to myself I guess! :D

Says Stylist on acetate but Stylists on sleeve 😉 If you look at handwriting the "S" at end has been added later  in same hand as person who wrote title of record!

 

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