Livin Love - Feminine Complex

Livin Love
This Nashville band featuring Mindy Dalton, Judi Griffith, Lana Napier, Pame Stephens, and Jean Williams has long been an enigma. There was even a rumour that they were a fictional band, and the material had been recorded quite recently by various American indie luminaries! This despite the original 1969 Athena Records album undoubtedly existing, and fetching astronomical figures

In fact, The Feminine Complex were an all-girl garage band, a rarity in Nashville, to be sure. They were even heavily featured on various TV shows including the nationally-syndicated "Showcase '68" and the local "Nashville Now". The Feminine Complex made one of the few genuine girls-in-the-garage albums (all original songs too!) in a time when the 45 was king (queen?), and an extraordinary album it is too, as extraordinary indeed as the story of the band.

The first ever European release of the ultra-elusive Athena Records 1969, this fantastic package also includes many bonus tracks not found on the original LP. "Livin' Love" has been a beloved collectors' item for eons, and has continued to cultivate a loyal and steadfast fan base. Now here it is, intensified, with extras, unseen photos and the full story, in true Rev-Ola style... the definitive version, no less!!
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Code: CRREV66
Weight: 200
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Hide & Seek / Now I Need You / Are You Lonesome Like Me? / I Won't Run / Six O'Clock in the Morning / Run That Thru Your Mind / It's Magic / I Don't Want Another Man / Forgetting / I've Been Workin' on You / Time Slips By / Hold My Hand / Love Love Love / I've Been Workin' on You / Hold Me [demo version] / Now I Care / A Summer Morning / The Warmth of Your Smile / Are You Lonesome Like Me? / Time Slips By [demo version] / Is This a Dream? / Movin'
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