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Love, Honour And Obey - The Sadista Sisters - The Sadista Sisters (Cassette, Album)

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    The Sadista Sisters were Teresa D'Abreu & Judith Alderson (who wrote the book and lyrics), Jacky Tayler (who wrote the music) and Linda Marlowe. Their provocative show was a hard-core feminist, black comedy rock music extravaganza which ran for several weeks at the Edinburgh Festival in and went on to play to packed houses in the main room.
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    Comment: Original In A Laminated Cover The Sadista Sisters Were Teresa D Abreu Judith Alderson Who Wrote The Book And Lyrics Jacky Tayler Who Wrote The Music And Linda Marlowe Their Provocative Show Was A Hard Core Feminist Black Comedy Rock Music Extrav.
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    So I know the reference "Sister Sadie" from the Nina Simone song "Mississippi Goddam." It has the line "Yes, you lied to me all these years you told me to wash and clean my ears, and talk real fine just like a lady and you’d stop calling me Sister Sadie.". This song directly speaks to the white moderate, who calls for patience in everyone's collective freedom versus radical rapid change for.

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