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This cover was Tim Mooney's idea. He was a connoisseur of classic songwriting, loved Dusty Springfield and thought this would make a good subject for the Lil Tiger treatment. He encouraged me to deliver the vocal in a smooth fashion, essentially playing it straight, and letting the sound collage give the old classic tune its twist factor. I seem to recall that this is an example where Tim sampled one of his own beats and then we used that heavily processed as a rhythmic underpinning.

I think technically I'm not supposed to sell this track as I haven't let the Harry Fox agency or whoever know about the version and the royalties blah blah. So y'all can have it for free if you care too, but you know, donations to Unowned Artist are always accept by The Mgt.

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written by Michel Le Grand and Alan & Marilyn Bergman

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from The Tragic Tale of Lil Tiger or How the Music Bizniz Destroyed My Best Recording and Derailed My Life (San Francisco 1999​-​2001), released December 31, 2000
Drums, percussion, drum loops - Tim Mooney
Guitar, Sherman, effects - Michael Belfer
Bass, engineering - Joe Goldring
Vocal - Diana Trimble
DJ - Unknown

I do not remember who did the keyboards either!

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Diana Rosalind New Orleans, Louisiana

After being discovered by Bobby McFerrin as a young vocal improviser in San Francisco, I spent some years writing and performing with ensembles that remain important in the history of Bay Area arts, then did time tangling with the music biz in LA & NYC, followed by a decade in Europe, recording all the while, before coming "home" to NOLA. This is a partial musical record of that journey. ... more

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