My My My Baby
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Between 1968 and 1972 the Bacone label operated out of a row home in northern Philadelphia. It was run by producer & songwriter Elizabeth Bacone, notable for being one of the few African American female label owners at the time. Only a handful of records were released, and they've all since become highly prized collectors items. Now here we are 50 years later, and the master tapes have been discovered and restored, so these historic recordings can be heard once more on the format they were destined for.
Recorded 17 Jan 1968 at the legendary Virtue Studios in Philly, the Voltaire's just recorded the one single for Bacone. Upon finding the master tape, several versions of two songs were found to have been recorded. The versions released here are an early mono mix of 'My My My Baby' without the organ that was dubbed on later, and a slow ballad version of 'Movin Movin On.