Electric Lady is an album by Elkie Brooks.
Recorded between 2004 and 2005 at Slave to the Rhythm Studios, it was released on CD in 2005 by Swing Cafe. Little to no promotion and a small distribution meant that the album failed to enter the charts, though it made an impact on the UK independent album charts.
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