|Graham Dee & Maxine|
However very few people, if any, will have heard of this enigmatic singer before. Discovered, produced and recorded by Graham Dee and subsequently lost amongst the weight of sixties history, Maxine's recordings have been rediscovered by Graham for inclusion on his very excellent aforementioned, critically acclaimed, compilation album.
Coincidentally, as part of the Rare Mod series, Acid Jazz Records are releasing a very limited edition collectors Box Set containing the previous six Rare Mod E.Ps, plus another E.P, only available with the box, called Hitsville London. The four tracks on this bonus vinyl are also all Graham Dee works and one of them is another long lost soul 'dancer' by Maxine Silverburg.
|Graham, Maxine & music|
Mod Speed asked Maxine what she remembered of the session ..
"I don't really remember when or where I first met Graham. When I think back he just seems to have appeared in my life from nowhere. The first memory I have, is of him coming to see me singing with a band that I was with at the time. He obviously liked what he heard and asked if he could record me singing one of his songs. Although I had been singing with various bands and touring England and Europe for a few years, it was the first time that I had been in a recording studio and it was very new and exciting for me. I remember that we had a lot of fun and laughed a lot. The songs were never released so it's amazing for me to now see it on record”.