Saturday, April 18, 2009


I took a facebook quiz this afternoon. "Singers from the past - how they look now."
The one I got wrong was Donna Summer which annoyed me slightly as it was the most played 7" in my childhood collection of vinyl. Mainly from visits from my cousin who always insisted put the "groovy record on".

I was not surprised to see that this 7" has it's own
wikipedia page. Also the 7" was pressed by NY's Casablanca Records. Cowley died of HIV in 1982 and has always been cited as an influence by bands as New Order and Pet Shop Boys.

This version was a double sided 7". The first 3'45" on "A" side and the second 4'10" on the "B" side. There was a 15'45" version also produced on 12" which is a highly collectable item.

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