Wendy & Lisa (1989) Lolly Lolly UK 12″ Promo (William Orbit Remix)

Very Brief:
“Lolly Lolly” by Wendy & Lisa was released in 1989 as the third single from their ‘Fruit At The Bottom’ album. This UK promo 12″ features a William Orbit remix that was most likely released in 1991. The same mix is on both sides of the record and runs for approximately 5:28.

Wendy & Lisa (1989) Lolly Lolly UK 12" (William Orbit Remix)The Source:
Label: Deconstruction Records
Catalog#: WLLL 1
Format: Vinyl, 12″, 33 1/3 RPM
Country: UK
Released: 1989/1991

The A Side:
Lolly Lolly (William Orbit Remix)

Wendy & Lisa (1989) Lolly Lolly UK 12" (William Orbit Remix)The B Side:
Lolly Lolly (William Orbit Remix)

The Equipment:
Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
Audio Technica AT440MLa Phono Cartridge
Yamaha RX-Z1 A/V Receiver
Sony PCM-R300 DAT Deck
Turtle Beach Catalina sound card
Mustek Scan Express A3 1200 Scanner
Spin Clean Record Washer MKII

The Software:
Cool Edit Pro
Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006
Microsoft ICE

The Links:


William Orbit Remix FLAC

William Orbit Remix MP3

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William Orbit Remix

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2 Responses to “Wendy & Lisa (1989) Lolly Lolly UK 12″ Promo (William Orbit Remix)”

  1. AnthonyC says:

    Wendy and Lisa are AWESOME and the best Prince associated artist. In fact, they well and truly stand on their own. They gave so much to Prince as they understood music academically in a way Prince never did.

    This was released as a single (7/12/CD) in 1991 to promote the Re-Mix-In-A-Carnation album.

    Thanks for the post as it’s always good to see Wendy and Lisa get recognition.


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