Harrison And The Majestic Kind

Before he would pick the Notations off the Twinight scrap heap, Gene Cash would place Harrison & the Majestic Kind with the label. More than likely discovered through one of Cash's many ads for his Division Studios, Harrison & the Majestic Kind were just one of the many, many obscure acts that Cash would record and release through his subsidiary custom and non-custom labels Coin, Cash, Jade, Lake and CRA. A different mix of "Can You find Me A Love" originally appeared on Coin, sans the horns. Aside from the knowledge that Harrison was the group leader's last and not first name, nothing else is known about this single, including the motives behind its existence.

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