"Look For The Woman" says the title of this 1976 gem, an old school Chicago classic by Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - the most successful track from their self-titled first album. The big-band and swing influenced song was covered by Gloria Estefan in 1995, and in 2000 Ghostface Killah had one of his greatest hits rapping over the song on his second album. The phrase Cherchez La Femme has been traced back to a 1864 novel, and it has become a figure of speech heard in countless movies including: Hopscotch, Chinatown, Dr No, Mallrats and others. The phrase is also part of the lyrics to the theme music of TV's La Femme Nikita.
"If you like to lounge