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Condition Red - The Goodees - Hip

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best £2.20 i've spent in ages good.gif

inspired by leader of the pack? which came first? any ideas?

alan

"Leader Of The Pack" I think. "Condition Red" was later I believe - '66 or '67 thereabouts?

Got mine off Bradford Market for 10p in '74 thinking it was a vocal to the Baltimore & Ohio Marching Band LOL.........laugh.gif

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"Leader Of The Pack" I think. "Condition Red" was later I believe - '66 or '67 thereabouts?

Got mine off Bradford Market for 10p in '74 thinking it was a vocal to the Baltimore & Ohio Marching Band LOL.........laugh.gif

Ian D biggrin.gif

My copy has been in a junk box since at least 73...in loft..will wait til cooler and go find! May have been Bradford Market for me too Ian AND probably same reason for purchase!! aaarrrggghhh!

Regards

David Ferguson

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My copy has been in a junk box since at least 73...in loft..will wait til cooler and go find! May have been Bradford Market for me too Ian AND probably same reason for purchase!! aaarrrggghhh!

Regards

David Ferguson

Sounds about right, got all I excited when I first saw it,then heard it, Oh No.

But, probably about 73ish when i did hear it last, has it improved with age then???

Tony

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probably about 73ish when i did hear it last, has it improved with age then???

probably not LOL

but, maybe on the right night, a nice little dancer.

alan

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Guest Maingate

excellent tune

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Guest Netspeaky

FLIP it over, nice soul song, the goodies were white if I remember correctly from a picture I saw of them.

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Kay Evans, Sandra Jackson and Judy Williams became friends while attending Memphis' Messick High School. Interested in music, they started singing at school assemblies and local events. Their big break came in 1967 when they entered a local talent contest and won. The winning prize included an audition with Stax Records.

Impressed by the trio, Stax signed them to it's newly formed HIP subsidiary. Sandra Jackson works nowadays at the SoulsVille, USA organization.

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