Carol Douglas ‎– I Got Your Body (1983)

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Carol Douglas (born April 7, 1948) is an American singer.

In 1981, Douglas’ cover of the Three Degrees‘ “My Simple Heart” was released on 20th Century Records as by then the Midland International (aka Midsong) was defunct. “My Simple Heart” was also Douglas’ debut on Carrere Records based in Paris where Douglas lived for a time: in the early 1980s Carrère handled Douglas’ European releases while in the US Douglas was signed to O’Loughlin’s Next Plateau label. Her last album to date ‘I Got Your Body’, renamed ‘Love Zone’ in the US and Canada, was released in 1983 including her latest four 12″ singles from 1981 to 1983: “My Simple Heart”, “You’re Not So Hot”, “I Got Your Body” and “Got Ya Where I Want Ya”. The cut “You’re Not So Hot” reached #71 in France (1982).

In 1983 the album  “I Got Your Body”Carrère, released in North America as “Love Zone”Next Plateau Records

Carol Douglas ‎– I Got Your Body (1983)

Carol Douglas 12David Christie only wrote the first title track from Carol’s album “I Got Your Body” and was released on 7 and 12″ vinyl singles in 1983.

Enjoy the 12″ version of this great dance track!

Carol Douglas ~ I Got Your Body

Title track  7″ and 12″ singles arranged, mixed and  produced By Mark Berry, Eddie O’Loughlin and  Andy Barret. 

Written-By – David Christie and  Jack Robinson.