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Sunday, June 28, 2009

(2) Lisa Lim - The Stylers - Chinese 60s Music

The third singer is Lisa Lim, who recorded under Precious Urn, a well-known label offering mostly Chinese melodies and once owned by Roxy Music Company at North Bridge Road.
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Her choice is the well-known golden pair combination of Guantanamera and San Francisco with Patches (1962), a song about teenage tragedies by Dickey Lee and The Last Waltz (1967) by Engelbert Humperdinck.
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These four songs are totally different in rendition and Lisa Lim has a knack for providing a special feel for each one. It is difficult to ascertain if she really carries some of these songs but they are oldy goodies. (Image: KEP 522).
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She has also pressed other covers on Amigo Records with The Stylers and the songs include, Nobody's Child, Proud Mary, Fraulein and I'll Never Fall In Love Again. Quite a repertoire with Proud Mary being in a different category altogether. Lisa Lim sings in Cantonese and has a high powerful voice to sing this selection.
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Ronnie See and his New Burns may sing his own version of Patches during the Orchid Country Club gig in July, 2009.
Image/original article: Andy Lim Collection,

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