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This Two-Side Acetate (It's A wee Bit Dirty But I'm Cleaning Things Up In The New Year) is a 7"er. The uptempo side is called "Broken Hearted Station" while the Bluesy flip is "Helpless".Any Idea's On Who This Top Notch Soul Swinger Is?

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Chris

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I Really like Helpless, Sounds great and its got all the right ingredients!

Who could it be? Jackie Shane or someone like that.?.........we could go on all day!

great................Mossy

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The DJ's have gone crazy over this one too!

I've another disc from what I believe To Be The Same Artist.

The songs are "Last Laugh" b/w "Outskirt" (The classic song covered by many including Ray Charles as "I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town") But The "Outskirts Side, Though Plays Through, is scratched.

These were done at the Abtone Studio where Lonnie Youngblood and Jimi Hendrix cut their brilliant sides (Abtone and Studio 76).

Anybody else care to weigh In? Tony Rounce?

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Thought I Might Add The "Last Laugh" Track To Aid In The Indentification Process.

Come On... Somebody Must Know Cause I Sure As Shite Don't... Pete?

 

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