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  • emperor tomato ketchup
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    If the search enging is still down you can use google to search it. I think you put in:

    "cleo laine site: www.vinylvulture.co.uk"

    Sermad mentioned that on the natter about the site a wee while back and it seemed to work for me.

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  • rolex baxter
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    thanks van otterman

    I tried searchin the vulture site but the engine thing is down

    anyways, might have to take a punt so to say, goodo

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    In my experience there are two or three Cleo albums worth having -

    'Closeup' (RCA 1974) - Brilliant funky version of 'We Could Be Flying' - drums, wahwah, great arrangement and 'The Sun, The Moon and I' - atmospheric, uptempo, more drums and wah wah.

    'Born On a Friday' (RCA 1975) - Some cheesey disco-funk on this LP.

    'Shakespeare and All That Jazz' (Fontana 1964) Nice set of jazz tunes if that's you're thing.

    Hope this helps!

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  • rolex baxter
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    C is for cleo

    absolutely positive I've seen some stuff written up about this lady somewhere around - maybe in someones monthly charts

    whats the lowdown?
    has she got some goods?


    I've been seeing a few of her LPs at the odd thrift & also in SH shops for $15  - looks as though she cut a few things out here in OZ..

    hot tips welcome like a free pint of guiness,
    cheers

    rolex
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