Soul Fantasy

Friday, October 17, 2008

Loose Change - Darling, That’s me 1979


This Lp is Philly disco album recorded at Sigma Sound, but released on Casablanca at the end of the 70s. Loose Change are a female trio (Leah Gwin, Donna Beene and Becky Anderson).It sounds like First Choice or Three Degrees. The album contains the track “Rising cost of love” that was first recording by Jean Terrel. However I choose the wonderful track “Darling, That’s me” (originally recorded by Judy Cheeks). Sax solo and arranged by John Davis. Strings and Horns by Don Renaldo. Produced by Tom Moulton.





Note: The above posted track is not played in full

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