The most famous giggles in late 20th century dance music  

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The most famous giggle in late 20th century dance music is on Syl Johnson's "Different Strokes" (1967). From that same period is "Pauvre Lola" (1964) by Serge Gainsbourg, the giggle is France Gall's.

The featured laughter (or giggle) on Derrick May's "Nude Photo" (1987) is the same as on Yazoo's (aka Yaz in the States) "Situation" (1982). A similar giggle is found on Sexual Harassment's "I Need a Freak" (1983) and on Klein and MBO's "Dirty Talk" (1982).

Could this giggle come from "Sessomatto" where it is featured at the end, at 9:52[1]?

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