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I reckon this has got to be a hard one -

E.H.F.Y.A stands for "East Harlem Flatbush Youth Association"

Is that the one that was on ebay a few weeks ago? The seller put quite a write up on it. I had never hear of it until I saw it on ebay.

It's the only VOEH record I don't have (I think), but, was a bit too pricy for me once I heard the soundclips.

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Is that the one that was on ebay a few weeks ago? The seller put quite a write up on it. I had never hear of it until I saw it on ebay.

It's the only VOEH record I don't have (I think), but, was a bit too pricy for me once I heard the soundclips.

It got a release in England and France on Elektra Records . . . didn't it?? :thumbsup:

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It got a release in England and France on Elektra Records . . . didn't it?? :thumbsup:

Its on the Elektra LP isn't it? Long March To Freedom?

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Its on the Elektra LP isn't it? Long March To Freedom?

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Voices Of East Harlem - Right on Be Free (1970)

Right on Be Free

Simple Song Of Freedom

Proud Mary

Music In The Air

Oh Yeah

For What It's Worth

Let It Be Me

No No No

Gotta Be A Change

Shaker Life

Just been re-issued and available for about £9.50 from System Records (UK)

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Its on the Elektra LP isn't it? Long March To Freedom?

Yep,

B-side is different on this to the French/UK issues, but is also on the LP.

Was commenting on the rarity of the private press/1st press rather than the tracks availability on other labels/issues.

Anyway, it's tucked in nicely next to my other V.O.E.H releases now.

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Its on the Elektra LP isn't it? Long March To Freedom?

Coincidence that. We've just been chatting elsewhere about when they appeared on Top of the Pops in 1970!

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Coincidence that. We've just been chatting elsewhere about when they appeared on Top of the Pops in 1970!

I seem to remember it being The Old Grey Whistle Test, they were doing Right On Be Free.

also had others like--Bill Withers--doing Harlem, no less, Curtis Mayfield, Richie Havens etc.

ATB

Tony

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Anyone seen this before?

I saw an acetate of this on Ebay a few weeks back listed as "unreleased baby jean tracks"......

er, wrong:

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While I'm on the subject of Baby Jean, has anyone got any info about her?

another, not exactly rare, but nice to own on Canadian:

(note the slight title change from the Stacy release)

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CAN ANYBODY HELP OUT WITH INFO ON THIS MOD SQUAD RECORD LOVE BUG LOOKED HIGH AND LOW .NEVER SEEN A SECOND COPY

Please tell me that you have got the instruction sheet that went with the b-side !

Malc Burton

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