The song, written by Kongos, is (according to the record label) "From the Musical 'Catch My Soul' Produced by Jack Good."OK, so here's a webpage on Catch My Soul. Second, John Kongos isn't credited as a songwriter. From the trusty Marmaladeskies website:'This Is Our Anniversary' and 'Lonely Boy' were recorded by Emil Dean and issued back-to-back on 45.
Jack Good apparently wrote, produced, and directed this 1969 rock musical version of Othello -- and cast himself in the title role too. The mystery deepens a bit with another weird single that just turned up on e Bay. Another totally obscure Kongos song, this time co-written with David Essex. Emil Dean (he also recorded as Emil Dean Zoghby) cut a few other none too interesting singles.
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A couple of years ago, my standing e Bay search for "Kongos" turned up an odd single. I love Good's description of the soundtrack album: "This long-long-long playing gramophone record is an all live, unretouched, un-post-dubbed record and this is why it is so bloody awful."But notice two things about that soundtrack album.
It is a mono/stereo promo copy of "Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday" (Cotillion 45-44095) by the wonderfully named Emil Dean Zoghby. "Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday," the single from the album -- isn't on the album!
Despite a vaguely MOR structure and un-hip vibe (think: some of the tracks on the first Blossom Toes album), it is introed and decorated with hypnotic organ, and includes cornet, some breathy harmonies, and cool jazzy tempo changes.
It has, in all its lushness, style and decidedly un-manly tone very much of a Nirvana feel about it, particularly of their more over-produced and less beaty songs.
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