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Let her cry for she's a lady(old R&B)

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by bassteban, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. bassteban

    bassteban

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    I'm looking for a youtube or similar deal of this song; I thought it was Bobby Womack, but any search I do is flooded w/Hootie covers. Even just knowing who did the original version would be great.
    Thanks.
  2. Plookie

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    The song is originated by New Birth, the title is Wild Flower.

    Pavel jazz bass endorser.
    Eden amp n speaker user.
  3. wld3

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  4. bassteban

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    You guys are QUICK. I only just figured out the actual title & was about to edit my request here. Thanks again. Love me some TB. :hyper:
  5. Plookie

    Plookie

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    Respect!
  6. bassteban

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    Written by Otis Redding(according to the credits to Airplane). :cool:
  7. Sounbwoy

    Sounbwoy Supporting Member

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    Skylark first- New Birth = cover
  8. lbanks

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    Oh, but New Birth covered the **** out of it!
    :D
  9. JimmyM

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    Otis Redding didn't write "Wildflower." David Foster did. Holy cow, what was he thinking with that stupid looking shirt and that proto-mullet? No wonder the music he writes and produces now is crap. Did some good work with the Tubes, but jeez, I can't stand that crap he does now!

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