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Two parts of Lee Moses' 'Bad Girl'

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I just stumbled upon the soundtrack 'Bad girl' by Lee Moses.

I wondered why this recording is divided into two parts. Or was the second part added later?

You can listen to this song(s) here (I know that there is also an combined version 'without' a gap):

Thank you in advance.

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I may be wrong but i think its to keep good quality grooves and make the track longer they just split the track over both sides of the single.  Sometimes part 2's can go off into the groove a bit or experiment.  It was most likely all cut at the same session.


quite a lot of 45s are done like this.




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1 hour ago, Olivenbaum2013 said:


So you think that this division depends only on the recording medium, in this case on the vinyl record because of its capacity and therefore quality?


It plays a big part.  There will be other factors but i'd say this is one of the main reasons.

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13 hours ago, Olivenbaum2013 said:

Hermon Hitsons Version is nice, but his high noten can't reach that of Lee Moses.

Hitsos vocal chords collide like magnets at high tones: much too early, far too fast and uncontrollably.

I can forgive that it’s got plenty of passion and emotion.


i do like the lee fields as well equally as much.


as a potential club tune HH has a better backing track.

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