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Can anyone shed any light on this for me please.I was out with Fortnum and Spencer on Sat night and on the way home both Carl and Gary said about a certain dealer having this about 20 years ago on a red label.Neither Carl nor Gary could remember title other that it was "A Little Togetherness" with different lyrics.

Anyone please

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Can anyone shed any light on this for me please.I was out with Fortnum and Spencer on Sat night and on the way home both Carl and Gary said about a certain dealer having this about 20 years ago on a red label.Neither Carl nor Gary could remember title other that it was "A Little Togetherness" with different lyrics.

Anyone please

Could it have been by 'The king of hearts' on Zea???

Theres a thread in 'The sharpe end of vinyl' about it

hope this helps

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smudgesmith said:
Can anyone shed any light on this for me please.I was out with Fortnum and Spencer on Sat night and on the way home both Carl and Gary said about a certain dealer having this about 20 years ago on a red label.Neither Carl nor Gary could remember title other that it was "A Little Togetherness" with different lyrics.

Anyone please

The song by the Younghearts is a "Short" version - except for some (not all) boots which have the "Full" version.

I know both white and yellow Canterbury originals with the title "Little Togetherness" are the short versions, as is the Tempos artist variation, but I have recently found an identically labelled "Little Togetherness" and it was the Full version.

The Full version contains an extra full verse and chorus, along the lines of ..

Now you don't have to be, baby, A milionaire ... Just stick with me baby ... etc.

The Kings of Hearts is the Short version, and the New Younghearts on Soultown is the Full version (which I had previously thought was the first release of the long version).

Hope this helps.

Cheers

Mick

http://northernsoulrecords.com

Edited by Mick Holdsworth
corrected info re Kings of Hearts

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The song by the Younghearts is a "Short" version - except for some (not all) boots which have the "Full" version.

I know both white and yellow Canterbury originals with the title "Little Togetherness" are the short versions, as is the Tempos artist variation, but I have recently sold a yellow 70's boot and it was the Full version.

The Full version contains an extra full verse and chorus, along the lines of ..

Now you don't have to be, baby

A milionaire

Just stick with me baby

etc.

The Kings of Hearts is the Full version, but I can't remember if the New Younghearts on Soultown is.

Hope this helps.

Cheers

Mick Holdsworth

http://northern-soul-records.com

http://motownsound.co.uk

yep New Younghearts on Soultown has the verse.......clocks in at 2 mins 48..... Edited by platters 81

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Thanks for all the replies and i am aware of all the above.

This was the same backing track with totally different vocals

Anyone

Oh, see what you mean now, didn't read it properly.

No. I don't know of this - do we know who the "certain dealer" is? Maybe he can shed light

Cheers

Mick Holdsworth

http://northern-soul-records.com

http://motownsound.co.uk

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