This should be a quality album, but it's so dissapointing. Then you find that it's produced by Pete Waterman. Reply See 1 reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
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Cadogan was soon on her way to London, where she made several national TV appearances. While there, the singer inked a deal with Magnet, prompting Perry to license his own recordings with her to a variety of small . Amazingly enough, none of these singles charted; however in 1976, Perry handed all his tapes of Cadogan to Trojan, who released them as the sublime Hurts So Good album. 2 Empire Mews, London, SW16 2BF, United Kingdom.
Susan Cadogan (born Alison Anne Cadogan, 11 February 1951, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer best known for her hit records in the 1970s. 4 References Cadogan returned to her library job, but resurfaced as a recording artist in 1982, having a string of hits in Jamaica including covers of "Tracks of My Tears" and "Piece of My Heart", and 1983's "(You Know How To Make Me) Feel So Good" - a duet with Rudy Thomas. After returning again to her library job for most of the 1980s, she returned with the Mad Professor produced album Soulful Reggae in 1992.
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Cadogan Square (/kəˈdʌɡən/), referred to as 'Cadogan Gardens' by some, is a residential square in Knightsbridge, west London, that was named after Earl Cadogan. Whilst it is mainly a residential area, some of the properties are used for diplomatic and educational purposes (notably, Hill House School). The square is known for being one of the most expensive residential streets in the United Kingdom, with an average house price of around £. 5 million in 2013