1963

HOMETOWN * LAUREL AITKEN * RIO 12 * UK

The singing sounds a bit lazy, like Laurel Aitken is not putting too much feeling into it, but the instrumental backing by The Skatalits lifts it out of the ordinary, with some punchy brass work on the breaks, one of which sadly fades towards the end when it can plainly be heard to go on. Recorded at Ken Khouri's Federal Studio 

See also:

Looking For My Baby Boogie In My Bones Bartender Aitken's Boogie
Brother David Drinkiní Whisky If Itís Money You Need Judgment Day
Mighty Redeemer More Whisky If It's Hell Below Burial Of Longshot

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