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Daughters of Albion

Inspired with the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Depressed Hearts Club Music group, Daughters of Albion had taken a hook-laden, harmony-filled method of late-’60s rock and roll. Representing the mixed initiatives of vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Greg Dempsey and vocalist Kathy Yesse, Daughters of Albion didn’t match critical targets. Billboard defined the duo as “a stunning voice but unequal material.” Offering original music by Dempsey, some created with Dave Luff, Daughters of Albion’s exclusive self-titled record was created and organized by Leon Russell. Following the duo’s break up, Yesse visited record a single album, Boogie Rings & One Evening Stands, as Kathy Dalton, in 1973. Made by Dempsey, and offering accompaniment by Truck Dyke Parks, Carl Wilson, and associates of Small Feat, the record was afterwards renamed Amazing and reissued, with one different monitor by Frank Zappa’s Discreet label.

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