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Listened to NSSR yesterday and heard The Exports “Seatbelts Please” track. I really dug it so I looked the band up since they had a pretty cool sound and I couldn’t tell if it was newer or older. Ends up they recorded in the same studios as James Brown in Chicago! Found this gem of a write-up here:

http://the-60s-official-site-blog.blogspot.com/2008/10/mystery-solved-who-were-exports.html?m=1

Jeremy

Flipside of "Seat Belts Please," and also covered on Los Staitjackets' first CD, was this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Twz3aGCeg5E

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Nice tune . . .Like the flipside too

Everybody should post rare singles like this on here ...this would make a good thread and nice addition to SG101.

It reminds me of another song - but can't remembr the name

Seat Belts Pleae sounds like: The Rise And Fall Of Flingel Bunt

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