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However, the song had its greatest impact as a —69 instrumental hit single by Young-Holt Unlimited under the title " Soulful Strut ". Although Barbara Acklin recorded the song first, producer Carl Davis removed her voice from the track, replaced it with a piano solo by Floyd Morris, and released the resultant track in November as "Soulful Strut" credited to Young-Holt Unlimited; it became a 3 hit in the United States and went to 1 in Canada. Neither Eldee Young nor Red Holt is believed to have played on the track, which was the work of session musicians identified only as the Brunswick Studio Band. The vocal version "Am I the Same Girl? The group's vocalist Corinne Drewery has acknowledged Dusty Springfield as a major influence;  however, it was a chance hearing of the original Barbara Acklin version at a Manchester disco specializing in Northern soul that convinced Drewery and her Swing Out Sister partner Andy Connell to remake "Am I the Same Girl? Released as the lead single from the album, "Am I the Same Girl?
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It features a guest rap from American rapper French Montana. A solo version of "Same Girl" was released on February 4, , as the second promotional single from A. An accompanying music video for the solo version of the song was directed by Steve Gomillion and Dennis Leupold in the Castle Hill neighbourhood of The Bronx , Lopez's hometown.
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