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Georgy Girl  performed by  Alan Tew Sound  (1968)
Composed by Tom Springfield
Arranged by Alan Tew
From: UK
Mood: Not Subtle
Recommended by n-jeff [profile] on Friday 21st June 2002

It starts the LP with a blast of horns and a wail of Harry Stoneham on Organ, with a big intro that makes you check the LP sleeve - Is this really that folky ballad?

A drop down to a cowbell latin beat, and then back into the song proper. The main rendition is pretty good, but theres just something about that introduction that just turns it into a cheeseball, high kicking masterpiece. I start grinning every time I hear it, never fails to lift my spirits.

from Latin Style..plys the hits of Tom Springfield (Contour)

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