jueves, 5 de febrero de 2009

Ann Sexton: Anthology (2004)

Ann Sexton is one of the great unsung female soul singers of all time. She was born in South Carolina and began singing gospel until 1971 when she spotted by Songwriter/producer Dave Lee. Her first album 'Loving You Loving Me' was released on John Richbourg's 77 label from Nashville. It includes the in demand funky 'You’re Losing Me' and the Northern Soul favourite 'You've Been Gone Too Long' along with some great Southern Soul gems. Her second and last album 'In The Beginning' was recorded in Muscle Shoals and released on Sound Stage 7 in 1977. Both these albums are now extremely hard to find, 'Loving You Loving Me' fetching about £300, if you can find one. This Anthology puts together for the first time all the tracks from these two albums plus a seven inch only modern/crossover track 'You Got to Use What You Got'. Hopefully Ann Sexton will get the credit she deserves this time round, for recording some of the best music of Southern Soul ever put on wax or disc. ~ http://www.soulbrother.com/

5 comentarios:

Diving Dwarf dijo...

Thanks for following, and congrats for the blog -- I love female singers, and a blog like this was a must.

TSI-NA-PAH dijo...

Congratulation for the blog,i'm going following you,i'm also, like Diving Dwarf love female voices.

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hooch dijo...

Class album - Thanks!

Derrick dijo...

Thank you Nosi