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    Kiki dee

    "You've Made Me So Very Happy"


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    "Do You Know The Way To San Jose" 1971

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    And one that's been posted before "The Day Will Come Between Sunday and Monday"

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    Thanks for posting. The only Kiki Dee song I was familiar with was this one:

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    Never saw an artist that could look so different in four different photos!!!

    Loved the Sunday/Monday song. Was that a hit either in the UK or US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysterysinger View Post
    And one that's been posted before "The Day Will Come Between Sunday and Monday"
    This could so easily have been an Invictus or Hot Wax recording. It just has that sound about it.

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    And in between her Motown work and the duet with Elton John she was tearing it up with "I've Got The Music In Me".

    That's what I'd call full bore Kiki. A peerless performance IMO.

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    "The Joss Stone of the Sixties" LOL!

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    She has a great voice that is very easy on the ears. Never shrill nor loud.

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    Now this was the photo I was searching for when I found the above...
    https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co....reak-in-music/

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulwally View Post
    Now this was the photo I was searching for when I found the above...
    https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co....reak-in-music/
    Like a lot of people , she looked a lot better once she got older.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Thanks for posting. The only Kiki Dee song I was familiar with was this one:
    I was 15 going on 16 that summer of 1976. This was before MTV and I think I saw this video first on "The Midnight Special". Right after that, it really took off to the point of where you heard it at least once a day that "Bicentennial" summer.

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    Though 'I've Got The Music In Me', 'Star' and 'Perfect Timing' are my favourite up-beat Kiki songs, this is still her signature tune for me:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi Stubbs Tears View Post
    Though 'I've Got The Music In Me', 'Star' and 'Perfect Timing' are my favourite up-beat Kiki songs, this is still her signature tune for me:

    This is one of my all time favorite songs. I bought the 7' single and it sent shivers up and down my spine every time i heard it - still does to be honest. Such a beautiful song superbly performed and produced. Love it. Thanks for posting my friend.

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    Were any of Kike Dee's songs recorded in Detroit?

    Also, has anyone ever noticed a bit of a similarity between Don't Go Breaking My Heart and Marvin and Tammi's This Poor Heart Of Mine - perhaps it's just me

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    Yes they were rover. Her producers were Clay McMurray, Duke Browner, Jack Goga and Jimmy Roach, while Frank Wilson produced her in Detroit and LA (according to Don't Forget the Motor City website).
    Last edited by soulwally; 10-31-2019 at 03:35 PM.

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    "Don't Go Breaking This Heart" is definitely a bit of Motown

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