Liz Damon's Orient Express was a 1970s band from Hawaii, featuring lead singer Liz Damon, two female backup singers and a rotating backup band. The name apparently derived from the original backup band being entirely Asian. Their only song to make the Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 was "1900 Yesterday", which made it to on the . and on the Canadian charts in early 1971. Most impressively, it peaked at on Billboard's Easy Listening survey. Liz Damon's Orient Express (1970) (also At the Garden Bar, Hilton Hawaiian Village). Try a Little Tenderness (1970) (aka Liz Damon's Orient Express II, Anthem Records). Me Japanese Boy (I Love You), Delilah Records (1973). Heaven in My Heart (1978) (also released as Cartan Tours Presents Liz Damon's Orient Express as an advertising record for Cartan's packaged Hawaiian tours.
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Liz Damon's Orient Express. Try a Little Tenderness Lyrics. Liz Damon – Try a Little Tenderness. Indeed, Liz Damon's group of three frontwomen and six male musicians sounds as enamored of Ray Conniff and his sound as Ric Ocasek and the Cars were of the Velvet Underground. The Cashman & West song "But for Love" is brilliant, more edge than you might find on an album by the Lettermen, while "You Make Me Feel Like Someone" could have fallen off the first Ronettes album, no joke. You're Falling in Love" is a good little tune for Damon's voice, and had she a Phil Spector or a John Farrar to bring her to the heights reached by Olivia Newton-John and Ronnie Spector, she could have held a chanteuse crown for a while.
45 record 7"- liz damon's orient express - 1900 yesterday. Rhythm of Melodica that does melody of hunting and united percussion instrument a little. The performance combines. A good flow including solo and the sound effect of a percussion instrument on the way of the tune is constructed. Birds Of India" starts by an enchantment sound effect. The melody of Electric Oud that continues the atmosphere is expressed well. The impression of the tune has been decided by matching the melody of the percussion instrument and the arpeggio.
Try a Little Tenderness" is a song written by Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, and Harry M. Woods. It was first recorded on December 8, 1932, by the Ray Noble Orchestra (with vocals by Val Rosing). Ted Lewis (Columbia 2748 D) and Ruth Etting (Melotone 12625) had hits with it in 1933. Bing Crosby also recorded it on January 9, 1933 for Brunswick Records. A version by Bob and Alf Pearson was also released in 1933. The song appears in Dr. Strangelove (1964) and Pretty in Pink (1986).
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