This show was 1st in the global vinyl chart, 4th in the global easy listening chart, 10th in the global soul chart and 10th in the global chillout chart.
No matter what, these ladies really can sing! The picture shows FELICIA WEATHERS, who made a career as an opera singer in Germany. I couldn't resist playing her swinging version of NEVER ON A SUNDAY. A piece that impressively showcases her classically trained voice. (song starts at 47:13) ... Overall, I hope that I have made a special selection with this compilation. Enjoy these wonderful gems!
Saving the best for last....a million $ mix.......soul/blues/motown....each one of these gals could fill a whole session ....diamond tracks
Very true. To me this kind of carefully recorded music and voices never grows old.
... the tune really takes off when the groove kicks in ... and I trusted some listeners will find out.
Not a fan of the ‘60s, but you have me reconsidering it. Just great production, musicianship and voices. Curious — is it me, or is the band backing up Denise LaSalle same as used on songs by Al Green & Ann Peebles???
Thanks Jeff. Well, 1960s soul & jazz was my first musical love. Anything else followed. Good ears, the song by Denise LaSalle was arranged by Willie Mitchel for Westbound Records, so there might be a connection to Hi Records for which Mitchel worked in the first place. From my mind the session is from 1969 but I was wrong, it’s from 1972!