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Swing Out Sister

Am I The Same Girl

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  • 1992
  • 2009
  • 1969
  • 1987
  • 1986

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“Am I the Same Girl” is a popular soul song written by Eugene Record and Sonny Sanders. First recorded in 1968 by Barbara Acklin, “Am I the Same Girl” was most successful as a 1992 release by Swing Out Sister. However the song had its greatest impact as a 1968-69 instrumental hit single by Young-Holt Unlimited under the title “Soulful Strut”. Although Barbara Acklin — who was married to Eugene Record — recorded the song first, producer Carl Davis removed her voice from the track, replaced it with a piano solo by Floyd Morris, and released the resultant track in November 1968 as “Soulful Strut” credited to Young-Holt Unlimited; it became a #3 hit in the United States and went to #1 in Canada. (In fact neither Eldee Young nor Red Holt is believed to have played on the... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Am I the same girl ... Yes I am, yes I am ... Why don't you stop

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