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Subject: "Every Day" sung by a female duo

Written By: SammyReed on 11/26/02 at 11:50 p.m.

    I remember hearing a version of "Every Day" by a female duo in 1981. They had sort of an Abba-like sound. I can't for the life of me remember the names of the women who sang it. This version must not have been very popular, since the station I heard it on played it only a few months, then it disappeared from the face of the earth. I wonder if anyone out there can:
1. Vouch for me about the fact that this version of the song existed, and of course...
2. Tell me the name of the duo?
    I'd like to mention this: In 1986, when James Taylor did his version of it, I said "This guy's doing his version of that song those women sang 5 years ago!" Then I found out it was done originally by Buddy Holly in the 50's. I tell ya, if you weren't around when the original versions of songs were sung, you always think somebody else's version was the 1st one.

Subject: Re: "Every Day" sung by a female duo

Written By: SammyReed on 08/11/03 at 10:59 p.m.

    I thought I'd put this one back at the top, since there have been quite a few more people on these boards since I first put up this question, and there might be somebody who might know what the BLEEP I'm talking about here.
    I'd say this is pretty darn obscure, but there was such a recording. If you could possibly know about a version of "Every Day" sung by females in the late 70's-early 80's, please reply. It might be the one I remember, who knows.