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Grazin in the grass - paul young - reflections - cd

13076 refosoul

Paul done a soul album long before Michael McDonald -- I can dig it you can dig it..... sock it to me

I've also got an instrumental version from Hugh Masekela

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Grazin in the grass - paul young - reflections - cd

13076 refosoul

Paul done a soul album long before Michael McDonald -- I can dig it you can dig it..... sock it to me

I've also got an instrumental version from Hugh Masekela

He's not made a bad job of it,like it,I would like to hear the instrumental as well

Bazza

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Grazin in the grass - hugh masekela - african breeze cd

13079 refosoul

This is 80's recording of the tune which was a hit for Hugh the year before the Friends released the vocal version. I don't know who wrote the lyrics but I believe the original tune was by Hugh

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GREAT TRACK BY A GREAT GROUP :thumbsup: . MY FAVE IS LET YOURSELF GO... B SIDE OF GOING IN CIRCLES, CHEAP AS CHIPS.

BRI.

any chance of a sound clip of Let Yourself Go ?

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Guest mel brat

one of my all time faves

only an old soulie would understand,some hate it ,I love it

thanks for posting

Bazza

As another "old soulie", I agree! Though my all-time fave by them has to be "Love Or Let Me Be Lonely" (UK RCA, 1970) - a timeless and brilliant Skip Scarborough song which I've never heard the like of - It just never seems to date at all! I also really love "Going In Circles" as mentioned above, a haunting and moody ballad. I think they suffered from a "MOR" tag, rather like Fifth Dimension - but they sound pretty soulful nowadays!

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Guest soul_hull

always loved this - and have got the hugh masekela version as well - one of the few pieces of 'jazz' (to my ears) that i actually like.

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