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Groupie Girl Alan Hawkshaw Polydor Standard 2384 021, 1970
Groupie Girl album cover

A soundtrack from the 'terrible movie, superb music' crate if ever there was one! Low budget sexploitation flick just happens to be scored by two of the very best musicians KPM had to offer: John Fiddy and Alan Hawkshaw, who play on all of the Salon Band tracks. The vocal numbers are pretty groovy, but just wait 'til you drop the needle on the extraordinary 'Sweet Motion', a huge slab of incredible Hammond dancefloor mayhem. Very, very good indeed.

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

You're a groupie girl (Opal Butterfly) | To Jackie (English Rose) | Four wheel drive (Salon Band) | Got a lot of life (Virgin Stigma) | I wonder did you (Billy Boyle) | Gigging song (Opal Butterfly) | Disco 2 (Salon Band) | Now you're gone (I'm a man) (Virgin Stigma) | Yesterday's hero (English Rose) | Love me (give a little) (Virgin Stigma) | Looking for love (Billy Boyle) | Sweet motion (Salon Band) | Love's a word away (English Rose) | True blue (Salon Band) | Groupie girl (it doesn't matter what you do) (Opal Butterfly) |

 

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