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Here you go, More "Guess Who" pics for you, Paul Linda and ......................... New Orleans in 1971 by the way..

Mal.C. :P

Picture 2 is paul & Linda with Eddie Floyd??

picture 1 ...the same + Bunny Siglar?????

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How about this one then? Firist clue; their 1968 rarity, first played at Stafford, was written by a soul artist in his own right, and the lead vocalist shared the same first name as the composer.

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How about this one then? Firist clue; their 1968 rarity, first played at Stafford, was written by a soul artist in his own right, and the lead vocalist shared the same first name as the composer.

Barbara and the Lyrics? actually I don't think that was a group was it??? Lead vocalist, he or she??

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Er....nope! It's a group name. The female vocals are only apparent in the chorus, and then you have to listen quite hard for them.

OK, clue no. 2: The lead vocalist was, and still is, a country singer. The record was a Keb Darge cover-up from around 1983/84.

And clue No. 3: The first verse contains the lyric "Tears falling from my eyes".

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Er....nope! It's a group name. The female vocals are only apparent in the chorus, and then you have to listen quite hard for them.

OK, clue no. 2: The lead vocalist was, and still is, a country singer. The record was a Keb Darge cover-up from around 1983/84.

And clue No. 3: The first verse contains the lyric "Tears falling from my eyes".

Millionaires? (no, not how solvent they are! The group name!)

Don't think I'm right, just going by the lyrics...('and the rains came') :D

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OK, clue no. 2: The lead vocalist was, and still is, a country singer. The record was a Keb Darge cover-up from around 1983/84.

Deffo played well before Keb had a copy. Searling played it around 82 for certain, and maybe before and Dave Withers also had it.

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