Paint A Lady by Susan Christie

For those of you who like your psychedelic folk tinged with the sandy dirt of country music, then this lost classic is for you. Susan Christie, who once had a minor hit with a song called I Love Onions,  recorded Paint A Lady sometime around 1970, but her label at the time decided in wasn’t commercial enough. Fortunately, Andy Votel got his hands on one of three test pressings and released it on his Finders Keepers label.

Vinyl LP £18.38 FKR007LPX

LP on Finders Keepers. Remastered from the original source material and featuring both updated and original liner notes.

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Vinyl 7" £3.99 FKR45-001

Ltd 7" on Finders Keepers.

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Paint A Lady by Susan Christie
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9/10 Phil 23 November 2007
Onto Susan Christie who is one of many Finders Keepers releases this week... None for ages and then suddenly there's loads. The 'Paint A Lady' 7" is a perfect piece of 60's folk rock/pop with some fat drum sounds. The A side is very nursery rhyme ish and had it not arrived about 20 minutes before we were gonna do the update it would have most probably been single of the week. Enduring music which makes me feel sad about half of the gash that's released these days. This has soul coming out of its arse and there's a cracking cover of Ghostrider In The Sky on the flipside. Lovely.

8/10 Dave Customer rating (no review), 29th October 2019



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