Susan Christie ‎– Paint A Lady

Finders Keepers Records ‎– FKR007LP
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Plain white double hole inner sleeve.
Made in the EU.
℗ Finders Keepers Records 2006
© John Hill Music 1969

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 060099 500114
  • Barcode (Reader): 5060099500114
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (stamped)): 66108E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (stamped)): 66108E2/A
  • Rights Society: MCPS

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January 8, 2019
According to the Finders Keepers website the lp will be repressed and be on sale early 2019. I did add this comment a couple of days ago but the comment was mysteriously deleted! I am only trying to inform a quite substantial amount of people with this record on their wishlist of the forthcoming availability.


June 21, 2016
How rare can a rare record be? - medium rare? uncooked? how about unreleased?

Susan Christie was a Philly based sophomore folk singer who had one novelty hit for a major label and never quite recovered - Afterwards, her psychedelic take on country standards and hand crafted tales of inner-city solitude backed by a break heavy folk-funk rhythm section was never accepted as a commercial viabilty by record company big-wigs - They obviously couldnt quite muster their nostradamus sensibilities to forsee what future hiphop producers and DJ's would be feeding into digital music-machines 30 years down the line!

Luckily three -fifths of a handful (literally three!) privately pressed vanity copies were manufactured in early 1970 one of which became the source material for Finders Keepers 6th LP in their expanding library of obscure, obtuse, obsolete and obsessive vintage music from the 60's and 70's. Uber legend John Hill who penned the acid-rock floor-filler 'LOVE,LOVE,LOVE,LOVE,LOVE,' for 'Wool' and 'Pacific Gas And Electric' produced the LP which featues 9 tracks including a Johnny Cash cover and a 12 minute 'drugsploitation' epic called 'Yesterday - Where's My Mind' featuring Susan flipping vocal styles between Janis Joplin and Margo Guryan (...who was in fact a close friend of Susans at the time of recording).


October 30, 2011
"Yesterday, Where's My Mind" is such a great acid track, and really does capture that "freakout" moment at its best. ...

.... What's not good is that the company who re-released it is keeping it in limited supply to keep the value so high.

I hope the original artists gets something out of this, especially considering the lie, about "3 vanity-only pressings made" and the such. (I have seen 2 OG copies before) Isn't this called false advertising?