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Uploaded on Nov 15, 2008
******Update to my original description below: please see the text comments section, for the response from aobldgind, who happens to be the artist of this song & who was gracious enough to give an update to my lack of information/knowledge about this recording & the album in general***
I often pick up used LP's based strictly on the song list, even when I know nothing about the artist. I hit a winner with this LP, though I can't find anything on the internet about this wonderful singer. This is a stereo vinyl track from her OOP 1975 Capricorn LP "Woman Of The World" and the song is an early composition by Alan O'Day, who went on to write hits such as "Angie Baby" for Helen Reddy & "Rock and Roll Heaven" for The Righteous Brothers, before having a hit with his own recording of "Undercover Angel". This album was produced by the great Jerry Fuller, but I can't find info on it on his website. H.B. Barnum did all the arrangements except one. Very little info on the back cover & the inner sleeve was missing, which might have had more info. I'm assuming she was a country artist and hope that someone out there can give me more info on her. Thanks.