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Margo Guryan is a singer/songwriter who is best known for her 1968 album "Take A Picture".

During the highpoint of her career, her songs were recorded by some of pop music’s most important stars: Mama Cass, Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell, Astrud Gilberto, Julie London, Jackie DeShannon, Carmen McCrae, The Lennon Sisters, and Claudine Longet. Her first song to be recorded was "Moon Ride" by the jazz singer Chris Connor in 1958, while she was still in high… read more

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  • Avatar for Dnlphnv
    И вправду няша.
  • Avatar for ObscureFrance
    Какая ламповая няша.
  • Avatar for Coronary
    <3
  • Avatar for vinhodemorango
    her voice reminds me of charlotte gainsbourg sometimes and that's very lovely
  • Avatar for meanmrmustard
    v sakamotocross is just being a troll
  • Avatar for sakamotocross
    (but like I said, the remix/reissue was very tastefully done, and it should satisfy everyone who isn't a hardcore purist)
  • Avatar for sakamotocross
    @ heartdelay - idk, maybe you'll get lucky find a copy at a thrift shop someday? Original pressings of Take a Picture tend to go for $200 or more, and it's pretty much impossible to find a vinyl rip online. It's one of the few albums that's truly "rare" in the internet age.
  • Avatar for IK1-1986
    You feel like someone I know.
  • Avatar for heartdelay
    where to cop the 1968 original then
  • Avatar for sakamotocross
    Most of the chamber instruments on the 2000 reissue of Take a Picture (and all subsequent issues) were overdubbed by modern musicians under the direction of Linus of Hollywood and Margo herself, and I believe some of the harmony vocals were overdubbed as well. The original 1968 album features very little orchestration because it was rushed into production by her record company. The "updated" version is more in line with Margo's intentions, and I prefer it to the original, authenticity be damned.

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