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Anyone give me a price for Eula Cooper

"Try" b/w

"Love Make Me Do Foolish Things"

TRAGAR

Stock No: 6814.

Cheers Brett

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Just heard this , very nice indeed -  Seductive opening  :lol:

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Bang on Rich, tremendous opening, but on a few listens the song really gets under my skin, in a good way.

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It's about 300 pound, innit? Tend to see her other "Let our love grow higher" than this one. Very rare indeed.

Tommy.

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It's about 300 pound, innit? Tend to see her other "Let our love grow higher" than this one.

Tommy.

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I think that's about right. "Try" is very similar in style to the one she did on Atlantic (which is about £5), but she's one of those artists who never really made a bad one. 4 or 5 records in all, and all good. "Let our love grow higher" has some of the most amazing crumming you'll hear on a record imvho :shades:

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I think that's about right. "Try" is very similar in style to the one she did on Atlantic (which is about £5), but she's one of those artists who never really made a bad one. 4 or 5 records in all, and all good. "Let our love grow higher" has some of the most amazing crumming you'll hear on a record imvho    :shades:

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crumming = very good drumming btw :shades:

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"Higher" never really cut the mustard for me, but "Try" has got that right ingredient.

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"Let Our Love Grow Higher" must be one of the grooviest records ever played on the scene, the vocals are rather horrendous in parts IMO but still somehow manages to stay on the right side of unbearable, it's a close call though and had it not been for the incredible backing I would probably have used it as a frisbee! Does anyone have a complete discography of her recordings btw?

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"Let Our Love Grow Higher" must be one of the grooviest records ever played on the scene, the vocals are rather horrendous in parts IMO but still somehow manages to stay on the right side of unbearable, it's a close call though and had it not been for the incredible backing I would probably have used it as a frisbee! Does anyone have a complete discography of her recordings btw?

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Try (Tragar)

Shake daddy shake (Atlantic)

Let our love grow higher (Note)

Beggars can't be choosy (Note)

I think there's another one but I can't remember it right now, and there is snow in the record room..... :ohmy:

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Don't think the vocals on "Let Our Love Grow Higher" are horrendous in any sense: naive and gauche maybe, but married to that tune and that rhythm track: perfect; hurried, impassioned, in the moment. For me this is one of the records that define our scene.

Eula's other records are okay, but surely no more than that. With the Super Sound 45, however, she genuinely touched immortality.

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Try (Tragar)

Shake daddy shake (Atlantic)

Let our love grow higher (Note)

Beggars can't be choosy (Note)

I think there's another one but I can't remember it right now, and there is snow in the record room..... blush.gif

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Standing By Love

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Let our love grow higher (Note)

This ones on "Super Sound" mate. "Beggars can't be choosy" is her only "Note" recording.

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Let our love grow higher (Note)

This ones on "Super Sound" mate. "Beggars can't be choosy" is her only "Note" recording.

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+ Standing By Love and 'I Need You More' b/w Mr Henry (both on Note)

Others on Tragar are 'I Can't Help it If I love/Since I Fell for You' and Try/Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things

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