Mascara ‎– See You In L.A.

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A1 See You In L.A.
A2 Jet Plane Ride
A3 Golden Years
A4 If You Don't Want To Be In My Life
B1 It's Cool
B2 I Feel So At Home Here
B3 Comin' Home Baby

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7109 406 Mascara See You In L.A.(Cass, Album) Mercury 7109 406 Netherlands 1979 Sell This Version
EXCDM 33 Mascara See You In L.A.(CD, Album, RE) Expansion EXCDM 33 UK 2012 Sell This Version
STAR 5100, 6310 958 Mascara See You In L.A.(LP, Album) Mercury, Mercury STAR 5100, 6310 958 South Africa 1979 Sell This Version
6310 958 Mascara See You In L.A.(LP, Album) Mercury 6310 958 Italy 1979 Sell This Version
6310 958 Mascara See You In L.A.(LP, Album) Mercury 6310 958 Netherlands 1979 Sell This Version

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JustBees

JustBees

February 23, 2017
edited 8 months ago
Just pulled my records out of storage after 10 years traveling around the world. Couldn't even remember having this, i bought it for 1dollar 20 years ago and forgot about it. Prices are insane these days !!!! 100USD for this ???
karlos1965

karlos1965

July 2, 2014
There’s a funny story about this record that was told to me recently by the brains and producer behind the LP, Chris Hill. Hilly told me that the music was recorded in Germany and they flew to New York afterwards to lay down vocals. When Chris arrived at the recording studios he asked for the three best session vocalists the studio had, to come in and do the vocals. The three duly arrived and of course one of them was Luther Vandross who had just finished touring with David Bowie. Luther said to Hilly it would take him ages to learn how the song should be sung so he suggested that Chris sing the song to him first then he would learn it quicker that way. Hilly’s response was typical. “I can’t f***ing sing!” said Hilly. Luther insisted and eventually Hilly sang to Luther sketching out the vocals and how they should be sung. The rest as they say is history..

I have been begging Chris to try and find the original multi tracks to this as I’ve love to give them to my good friend, Tom Moulton, for him to do a “number” on the song and remix it, it’s one of my all time favourites. Sadly to this date the multi tracks have yet to be found and are now presumed to be lost….
karlos1965

karlos1965

October 22, 2009
Now quite rare and highly collectable due to the fact that a certain Mr Luther Vandross does vocals on the key cuts. The killer is See you in LA/Jet plane ride (the two cuts seemlessly merge into each other)but there's lots of other good stuff on the LP too.
Trivia note the model on the cover is Paula Yates...

The LP fetches around £100 now due to it's rareity. I own 2 copies, the normal pressing in picture jacket but I also own a white label test pressing of the LP. How rare is that..?