these records were rare and nearly unattainable from Day One. See the correspondence of Mrs. Kathereen Farley <sic>, an early adopting Brooklyn-based record collector, with the late, great Felton Williams, dated 1972. She had spent three years of hard digging in the crates to get her hands on a Shirley Ann Lee 45 (issued in 1969) before finally going straight to the source.
And, as she states, none of the Broadcasting Stations have heard of it. We suppose that’s the 1972 equivalent of “it’s not on Spotify.”
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