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Verdelle Smith is a female pop singer from America who was a one-hit wonder with the song "Tar and Cement" in She currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Contents. [hide]. 1 Recording; 2 Selective discography. Singles; Albums. 3 References. Recording. "Tar and Cement": Verdelle Smith recorded "Tar. 25 Jan They've even tracked down the man on fire on the front cover of Pink Floyd's " Wish You Were Here" album (Ronnie Rondell). However, trying to find Verdelle Smith turned out to be their toughest assignment. Verdelle had seemingly disappeared after recording her international hit "Tar and Cement" in Find a Verdelle Smith - Tar And Cement first pressing or reissue. Complete your Verdelle Smith collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.
Verdelle Smith originally released Tar and Cement written by Paul Vance, Lee Pockriss. Verdelle Smith released it on the audio single Tar and Cement in Verdelle Smith's star shone brightly. And then she disappeared. Responsible for two of the most sublime moments of '60s pop-soul (In My Room and Tar And Cement) her hits were covered by titans Scott Walker and Nancy Sinatra, she cut an engaging LP (and follow-up 45s), and then vanished, seemingly overnight. Verdelle Smith Miscellaneous Tar And Cement Tar and Cement Verdelle Smith The town I came from was quiet and small. We played in the meadows where the grass grew so tall. In summer the lilacs would grow everywhere. The laughter of children would float in the air. As I grew older I had to roam. Far from my family.