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Julie - I'm Not Liza: What's The Story, JK?
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TOPIC: Julie - I'm Not Liza: What's The Story, JK?
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Slarty

Julie - I'm Not Liza: What's The Story, JK? 5 Months ago  
Released on the UK label in 1975

Released on Pye in 1976


Clearly not the same artist but confusing.
 
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Re:Julie - I'm Not Liza: What's The Story, JK? 5 Months ago  
The clues are on the labels; 1975 or 1976. A cover of a US Country hit; in my case sung, I think, by my wonderful Eiri Thrasher.
 
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Honey

Re:Julie - I'm Not Liza: What's The Story, JK? 5 Months ago  
I am not sure why but the song really reminds of this, which I think came out around about the same time. Its a good song. (Lisa/Liza)

 
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Green Man

Re:Julie - I'm Not Liza: What's The Story, JK? 5 Months ago  
Did Eiri make an album JK or just singles ?
 
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Re:Julie - I'm Not Liza: What's The Story, JK? 5 Months ago  
Only many single tracks with me and some album tracks too; she may have recorded albums since. A fabulous singer.
 
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Green Man

Re:Julie - I'm Not Liza: What's The Story, JK? 5 Months ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Only many single tracks with me and some album tracks too; she may have recorded albums since. A fabulous singer.

I remember vaguely my eldest sister picking me up and dancing to The Old Rugged Cross whilst she held me in her arms, when I was a toddler; then I was sick over her dress.

What is it with women wanting to dance after drinking or eating ?
 
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