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Every Album I Own: L is for (Patti) Labelle

… and for Lady Marmalade, although that’s only the tip of the iceberg which is the Labelle canon. Formed in the early 60s as the Blue Belles, or Bluebelles, Labelle rose to fame with a Busby Babes-style front four of Patti Labelle (formerly Patricia Holt), Cindy Birdsong, Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash, singing perfectly acceptable but unremarkable bubblegum pop-soul. 1,144 more words

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Significant Songs (158)

Fighter

Sometimes, the popular image of a young singer can make you forget just how good they are. In my case, this applied to Christina Aguilera. 207 more words

Nostalgia And Reflections

Lady Marmalade – Crepe Croque Monsieur

About the meal: This dish is a creative way of reinventing the croque-monsieur, traditionally an oven-baked grilled cheese sandwich with ham. This dish contained ham, cheddar, scallion cream with poached eggs, spinach and potatoes. 111 more words

Toronto

Lady Marmalade – Café Mocha

About the drink: A rich and creamy mocha, with just the right proportions of espresso and hot chocolate. Not to sweet, but more on the bitter side. 38 more words

Toronto

Lady Marmalade – Daily Baked Bread Pudding

About the meal: I have a sweet tooth, so I will always try something sweet (and different) during brunch. I love bread pudding and berries so I thought Id give this a try, and I wasn’t disappointed! 132 more words

Toronto

Sing It, Sister

I recently made fun of Studly Doright’s misunderstanding of a song’s lyrics in this post: http://nananoyz5forme.com/2017/04/18/shes-a-what/

I have to confess, though, to also being a mangler of lyrics. 504 more words

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Lady Marmalade: A DAVIDsTea Review

$8.98/50g

Voulez-vous infuser avec moi?

(Black tea, apple, candied papaya, ginger, cinnamon, apricot, rose blossoms, nutmeg, stevia extract, natural and artificial peach and apricot flavouring.) 321 more words

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