Can't find "Till There Was You" by Laura Fygi


Been searching for the Laura Fygi CD Album containing the
SongTrack "Till There Was You". I believe that it was at
one time on her Album "The Lady Wants To Know". Two versions of "The Lady Wants To Know", one with 16 Tracks,
one with 13 Tracks. Three Songs appear to have been dropped
including "Till There Was You". Can't find the 16 Track
Version. Anyone know what happened? Was the 16 Track Version a European Version? How can I get a hold of this
version on CD? Can't seem to find it anywhere.
pettyofficer
Unless this site has printed the information in error, it appears there are three copies available. These folks are the go to for difficult to find titles.

Dicogs

Good luck, hope this works for you.
I found one on GEMM:

https://www.gemm.com/store/EELKE/item/FYGI-LAURA-THE-LADY-WANTS-TO-KNOW-CD/304100604
Thanks! I believe that the 16 Track Version of "The Lady
Wants To Know" is an Import from the Netherlands. It is
a Mercury Release. The 13 Track Version is an American
Release of "The Lady Wants To Know". I believe it is a
Polygram Release. I could be wrong. Any ideas as to why
3 Tracks were dropped including "Till There Was You"? This
has been one tough Track to find on CD!
I believe that the 16 Track Version of "The Lady
Wants To Know" is an Import from the Netherlands.

My link is indeed to a Netherlands CD.

It is a Mercury Release. The 13 Track Version is an American
Release of "The Lady Wants To Know"......Any ideas as to why
3 Tracks were dropped including "Till There Was You"?

Rights issues?

My comment about rights is due to this data found on Laura Fygi
She is the daughter of a Dutch father (a manager at Philips) and an Egyptian mother.

Between 1984 and 1991, Laura Fygi was a member of one of the most popular Dutch girl-bands, Centerfold, known for their hit "Dictator".... They had hits in the Netherlands and all over Europe.

After one performance in Dutch theatre Paradiso, an album was expected, but Mercury Records had already asked Laura to make a solo album.

Mercury is the label with the tracks you wanted. I've seen this before with ECM.