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Old Apr-29-2005, 7:16 PM
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Lightbulb Finders Keepers

Does anyone out there have the Finders Keepers single ?

Is anyone kind enough to burn the songs for me ?

I assume Glenn sings them ? Is that correct ?

An even greater bonus would be if someone had Camel Toe Stomp to tack on as well....

Any help would make me indebtted to some kind soul....(mover)

Email me if you accept charity cases... psmith7305@adelphia.net

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Old Apr-29-2005, 7:55 PM
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If you're referring to Sadie, The Cleaning Lady, it's not the greatest of songs - in fact in 1999, Glenn was asked about it in Classic Rock magazine and was quoted as saying, "It was just backing vocals on this ****ing horrid song, complete with George Formby banjo." - he recalled with distaste

You can find some of what you're after here and here - although on the first one, Glenn isn't featured. But you can hear him on one of the early B-sides from Trapeze, Another Day, which in fact was originally a song by Finders Keepers during his time in that group - it's over in the 1960's page in the Timeline section of the site.
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Finders Keepers 1968 single

Interview David is referring to:


Glenn was already in the band but apparently only recorded some backing vocals at best... Singer was Ian "Sludge" Lees... guitars, bass and drums were recorded by session musicians, not the band. Band line-up at the time was Ian Lees, Mel Galley, Alan Clee, Glenn Hughes and David Williams... later that year (1968) Dave Holland joined on drums.
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