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This has two brilliant tracks on that were not released as singles (i'm pretty sure of that) , i've got a copy on MGM, and also a UK release (label escapes me, can't be bothered to go and check..sorry) Haven't been to Chalkys link, but should be both available and cheap as chips.

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This has two brilliant tracks on that were not released as singles (i'm pretty sure of that) , i've got a copy on MGM, and also a UK release (label escapes me, can't be bothered to go and check..sorry) Haven't been to Chalkys link, but should be both available and cheap as chips.

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take it this is this one with her uptempo version of

"On Easy Street."

whats other track Brett

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take it  this is this one with her uptempo version of

"On Easy Street."

whats other track Brett

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Actually Mike the 2 tracks that do it for me are "You Never Should Have Loved Me" and "(How Do You Say) I Don't Love You Anymore". Certain these were not released as singles ?. Just listened to On Easy Street again, and it is a nice version.

Just dug both LPs out and the UK MGM release has 2 tracks less than the US version, remember picking the Uk version up at a local used books and eclectic vinyl shop for 99p! :rolleyes:

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Changing the tack a little, there was an LP only track played by Keb (i think, my memory of that period is extremely hazy!) at Stafford, called Losing Control by a female artist, and i believe it was only a Canadian LP too.

Does anyone have a clue what i am on about and who it was by, what the album was and how much is it if available etc?

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Changing the tack a little, there was an LP only track played by Keb (i think, my memory of that period is extremely hazy!) at Stafford, called Losing Control by a female artist, and i believe it was only a Canadian LP too.

Does anyone have a clue what i am on about and who it was by, what the album was and how much is it if available etc?

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Mary Saxton on Quality?

WOOF!

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Actually Mike the 2 tracks that do it for me are "You Never Should Have Loved Me" and "(How Do You Say)  I Don't Love You Anymore". Certain these were not released as singles ?. Just listened to On Easy Street again, and it is a nice version.

Just dug both LPs out and the UK MGM release has 2 tracks less than the US version, remember picking the Uk version up at a local used books and eclectic vinyl shop for 99p! :rolleyes:

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Coincidence but the opening bars of HDYSIDLYA appeared in Speed Sunday on ITV yesterday afternoon. Strange but true.

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Mary Saxton album is actually on Birchmount label - picked one up for 50c Canadian last year.

The Losing Control track was released on a 45 on the Pace label which I believe is from British Columbia.

Manship sold 1 not long ago and I seem to remember Kev Cox saying he had a copy.

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Mary Saxton on Quality?

WOOF!

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its MARY SAXTON - LOSING CONTROL, the albums called "sad eyes" on birchmount , and the three or so singles that have been found are on PACE,

And on the subject of that freda payne album ,definetely easy street for me, sad sad septembers a cracker an'all.

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its MARY SAXTON - LOSING CONTROL, the albums called "sad eyes" on birchmount , and the three or so singles that have been found are on PACE,

And on the subject of that freda payne album ,definetely easy street for me, sad sad septembers a cracker an'all.

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good evening sir , sad sad september indeed , as now played by your partner in crime mr gavin ,

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