Smoove & Turrell - You Could've Been a Lady

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Smoove & Turrell - You Could've Been a Lady (Official Video)

Official video for You Could've Been a Lady taken from Smoove & Turrell's album, Crown Posada.

More Info: http://smooveturrell.lnk.to/CrownPosada

Spotify Playlist: http://bit.ly/CrownPosadaSpotify

You Could've Been a Lady 7" Vinyl: http://bit.ly/YCBAL7Vinyl

Video Credits:
Producer - David Macgill
Editor - iglooimaging.co.uk

More Info & Live Dates:
http://www.smooveandturrell.com
https://facebook.com/smooveandturrell
https://twitter.com/smooveturrell

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Smoove & Turrell is a band from North East England that creates a style of music they describe as 'Northern Funk'. The duo's contemporary sound fuses a variety of musical genres including funk, Northern soul, hip-hop and jazz.

Their band is composed of Jonathan Scott Watson (known as Smoove) and John Turrell.

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