Single on Du Monde label by progressive Sydney band, vocals by guitarist Ray Ferguson (later of The 69ers), distinctive for its substitution of And I love her for the original line And I love you.
The single was reissued in 1972, presumably in conjunction with the re-release of The Moody Blues’ original version.
The origin of the band’s name lies in Samael and Lilith, figures in Mesopotamian and Judaic lore.
Further reading: Samael Lilith page at Milesago.
Suggestion & background from Terry Stacey.
Thanks to Greg Wilder for spellcheck.
Single on Deram, a reissue of the band’s minor 1967 UK hit.
From the album Days Of Future Passed, single on Deram that was more successful when re-released in 1972.
This is a much-recorded song: see What Other Artists Have Covered Nights In White Satin? at The Moody Blues FAQ List (no sign of Samael Lillith, though).
On album Fading Shades. Vocalist with Enigma (Sadness [Part 1], 1991). Her version of Everlasting Love charted in Adelaide in 1987.