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Stephanie Taylor "I Don't Know Where I Stand" LP (Red Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Incredible Jazz-Infused Female Vocals On Red Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Ever Commercial Release! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & quot;I Don't Know Where I Stand & quot; is a classic album of sunshine pop with incredible jazz-infused vocals of covers including Lennon/McCartney, Paul Simon, Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell with musical backing arranged and conducted by Doug Riley. Little is known of Stephanie Taylor's career outside of performing in the '60s as a member of the girl vocal group The Girlfriends on the CBC's rock 'n' roll show Music Hop, and a handful of songs recorded in connection with CBC projects as a member of vocal group Liberation for Keith Hampshire's Music Machine in the '70s and as lead singer with Hagood Hardy's Montage in 1969. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; In the late 1960s the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation decided it needed to give a boost to home grown talent and help Canadians compete for airtime with British and American artists. The 'Transcription Records' were produced in small runs of 250 units and sent to radio stations across Canada and the US. Some 48 years later, these long-lost albums recorded in the 1960s and '70s by Canadian jazz, folk, blues and rock artists finally see their first ever commercial release. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Highly sought-after and collectable, these exceptional albums are a true vinyl collectors must-have. Remastered from the original tapes where they still exist, or carefully restored from mint vinyl originals along with the original artwork, these strictly limited-edition vinyl reissues will be pressed at the brand new, state-of-the-art record pressing plant Dublin Vinyl. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Red Vinyl LP & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; All tracks remastered at The Warehouse Studio by Eric Mosher with Sidechain (TM) & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Pressed at Dublin Vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Original artwork remastered by Brent Lunney & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Made in the EU & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side 1: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. I Don't Know Where I Stand & lt;br & gt; 2. Suzanne & lt;br & gt; 3. Working On A Groovy Thing & lt;br & gt; 4. Feeling Groovy & lt;br & gt; 5. Marion's Theme (Theme From 'Megantic Outlaw') & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side 2: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Windmills Of Your Mind & lt;br & gt; 2. Chelsea Morning & lt;br & gt; 3. Long And Winding Road & lt;br & gt; 4. I'm Going to Make You Love Me & lt;br & gt; 5. Softly As I Leave You & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Recorded in Studio G CBC Toronto, August 12 and August 13, 1970
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Stephanie Taylor "I Don't Know Where I Stand" LP (Red Vinyl)
Judy Singh A Time For Love 180g LP (Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Silky Female Vocals On 180g Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Ever Commercial Release After 47 Years! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Edmonton born singer Judy Singh's 1970 CBC album is one of the most sought after sunshine pop by collectors with originals selling for upwards of $500 a copy. This wonderful mix of influences from Sergio Mendes to Burt Bacharach features breezy jazz and bossa tinged arrangements by Tommy Banks of songs by the Bergmans, Johnny Mandel, Jimmy Webb as well as contemporary Canadian songwriters. Standout tracks include Brasil 66's & quot;Look Around & quot;, the DJ friendly & quot;Samba del Sol & quot;, Northern Soul tinged & quot;So I'm Wrong Again & quot; and the gorgeous & quot;Song Under The Sun & quot;. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; In the late 1960s the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation decided it needed to give a boost to home grown talent and help Canadians compete for airtime with British and American artists. The 'Transcription Records' were produced in small runs of 250 units and sent to radio stations across Canada and the US. Some 48 years later, these long-lost albums recorded in the 1960s and '70s by Canadian jazz, folk, blues and rock artists finally see their first ever commercial release. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Highly sought-after and collectable, these exceptional albums are a true vinyl collectors must-have. Remastered from the original tapes where they still exist, or carefully restored from mint vinyl originals along with the original artwork, these strictly limited-edition vinyl reissues will be pressed on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl at the brand new, state-of-the-art record pressing plant Dublin Vinyl. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt; & quot;Recording this album with my brilliant, dear friend Tommy Banks, was an absolute highlight in my career. What a uniquely creative period in music history it was. I love seeing how vinyl is being resurrected with such passion. I'm grateful to Majikbus for including me in it all. & quot; & lt;/b & gt; - Judy Singh & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; 180g Vinyl LP & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Pressed at Dublin Vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Original artwork & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; First ever commercial release after 47 years & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side One: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. So I'm Wrong Again & lt;br & gt; 2. Raggedy Anne And Raggedy Andy & lt;br & gt; 3. Look Around & lt;br & gt; 4. Up And Down & lt;br & gt; 5. A Time For Love & lt;br & gt; 6. Yesterday I Heard The Rain & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Two: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Samba Del Sol & lt;br & gt; 2. Song Under The Sun & lt;br & gt; 3. Another Woman & lt;br & gt; 4. Forever Waits Beyond & lt;br & gt; 5. Everybody Gets To Go To The Moon & lt;br & gt; 6. Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Recorded by CBC Edmonton in July 1970
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Judy Singh A Time For Love 180g LP (Vinyl)
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