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Is This The Messiest 60s Soul 45 Ever Recorded?

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If you want me.

This finished on Ebay tonight complete with the below sounclip recorded only on a Spanish 45 by a black American soul artist by the name of Freddie Davis.

This is the worst production I have ever heard , all over the place , a complete f*** up by any standards.

The ending is brilliant though.

"You know you want me , of course you do , here we go HO"

http://personal.auna.com/marditosroedores/...avis-if_you.mp3

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What the hell did they think they were doing when they recorded that ! It's one of those 'so bad it's great' records and has just had me laughing out loud.

Brilliant !!

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If you want me.

This finished on Ebay tonight complete with the below sounclip recorded only on a Spanish 45 by a black American soul artist by the name of Freddie Davis.

This is the worst production I have ever heard , all over the place , a complete f*** up by any standards.

The ending is brilliant though.

"You know you want me , of course you do , here we go HO"

Would that be Freddie "Parrot Face" Davis ??

http://personal.auna.com/marditosroedores/...avis-if_you.mp3

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If you want me.

This finished on Ebay tonight complete with the below sounclip recorded only on a Spanish 45 by a black American soul artist by the name of Freddie Davis.

This is the worst production I have ever heard , all over the place , a complete f*** up by any standards.

The ending is brilliant though.

"You know you want me , of course you do , here we go HO"

http://personal.auna.com/marditosroedores/...avis-if_you.mp3

Russ Winstanley spin?

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Sounds like Sammy Davis,are they related?,if it is parot davis.........i got a album somewere,better chekc.

Edited by ken

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If you want me.

This finished on Ebay tonight complete with the below sounclip recorded only on a Spanish 45 by a black American soul artist by the name of Freddie Davis.

This is the worst production I have ever heard , all over the place , a complete f*** up by any standards.

The ending is brilliant though.

"You know you want me , of course you do , here we go HO"

http://personal.auna.com/marditosroedores/...avis-if_you.mp3

One of the best karaoke singers I've ever heard!

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Wierd record that, dosen't fill you with revoltion, it sort of shows hints of a decent tune in there somewhere. That bass riff does sound familiar too,as someone said, but can't place it.

Anyone got the instrumental version ? :ohmy:

P.s.

Someone earlier mentioned "Freddy "parrot face" Davis, got me thinking what happened to him. I thought he died or dissapeared from the public eye in the early 70's.

Just googled him, didn't realise he did all this.

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Freddy 'Parrot Face' Davies

Freddy 'Parrot Face' Davies

(Born 1937)

Brixton London born on the 21 July 1937, but long time Salford resident, Freddy Davies was a well known comedian in the 1960s and 1970s, both in live variety shows and television. A former Butlin's redcoat whose family were already veteran entertainers, Freddy was notable for blowing raspberries and his comic voice with its distinctive lisp and his trilby pulled hard down over his ears.

Later he went on to a successful career as a comedian along with fellow comedian and personal friend

More recently he has made several notable television guest appearances in more serious roles, including BBC1's
"Casualty"
and in the 1995 mini TV Series
"Band of Gold"
. In 1993 he appeared in
"Heartbeat",
in 1995
"All Quiet on the Preston Front"
, and in 1996 he appeared the
'Once in a Moonlit Junkyard'
episode of the BBC's
"Last of the Summer Wine".
In 1997 he appeared in an episode of
"Hetty Wainthrop Investigates"
with Patricia Routledge, and in 1999
in the films
"Igloo"
and in
"Harbour Lights".
He made an appearance in a June 2005 episode of BBC Television's drama series,
"Born and Bred"
.

He was also seen as the old man in a portrait in the 2004 film of
"Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban"
.
Freddy relaxes by playing golf.

Edited by Gabriel

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