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Lesley Duncan

Lesley Cox

Also known as Duncan, Лесли Дункан, L Duncan, L. Duncan, Lesley, Lesli Duncan, Leslie Duncan, LeslieDuncan, Lesly Ducan, Lesly Duncan
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.lesleyduncan.net/, http://www.myspace.com/lesleyduncan

Discography of Lesley Duncan:

# Dwnld Release title Total tracks Type Imprint date Label
1 Earth Mother 11 Track list 1972 CBS
2 Help Me Jesus 2 Track list 1972 Columbia
3 Sing Children Sing 11 Track list 1971 CBS
4 Maybe It's Lost 11 Track list 1977 MCA Records
5 Moon Bathing 10 Track list 1975 MCA Records
6 Masters Of War 2 Track list 1982 WEA
7 Maybe It's Lost 11 Track list 1977 GM Records (4)
8 Everything Changes 10 Track list 1974 GM Records (4)
9 The Magic's Fine 2 Track list 1978 GM Records (4)
10 I Can See Where I'm Going 2 Track list 1975 GM Records (4)
11 Everything Changes 2 Track list 1974-05-00 GM Records (4)
12 Watch The Tears 2 Track list 1974 GM Records (4)
13 The Sky's On Fire 2 Track list 1977 GM Records (4)
14 Just For The Boy 2 Track list 1965-02-00 Mercury
15 Masters Of War 4 Track list 1982 Korova
16 Earth Mother 11 Track list 2001 Edsel Records
17 Sing Children Sing 2 Track list 1979-11-00 CBS
18 I Want A Steady Guy 2 Track list 1963 Parlophone
19 Rescue Me 2 Track list 1975 MCA Records
20 Sing Children Sing 11 Track list 1971 Columbia
21 Moon Bathing 10 Track list 1975 Philips
22 Everything Changes 10 Track list 1974 Philips
23 Sing Children Sing 11 Track list 2000 Edsel Records
24 Love Song 2 Track list 1971 Columbia
25 Earth Mother 11 Track list 1972 CBS
26 Sing Children Sing 2 Track list 1979-11-00 CBS
27 Sing Children Sing 2 Track list 1971 CBS
28 Love Song 2 Track list 1972 Date
29 Moon Bathing 11 Track list 1975 GM Records (4)
30 Earth Mother 11 Track list 1972 CBS
31 Sing Children Sing 2 Track list 1971 Columbia
32 Earth Mother 2 Track list 1972 CBS

Singer and songwriter (born 12 August 1943 in Stockton-on-Tees, England - died 12 March 2010 in Scotland on the Isle of Mull). Active from the 1960s well into the 1980s, she recorded several solo releases and sang backing vocals on numerous albums. As a songwriter she was best known for [i]Love Song[/i], recorded by [a=Elton John] in 1970. Lesley Duncan was married to [a=Jimmy Horowitz].

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