Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Spanky Wilson - Doin' It

Year : 2017/1969
Label : Soul Brother Records/Mothers Records
Genre : Jazz, Soul
Style : Soul Jazz, Funk/Soul

The reissue of the "most wanted" album recorded by Spanky Wilson in 1969, which includes Soul Jazz tunes (Don't Mess With Bill), funk classics (You, Then I'll Be Happy) and the DJ favorites "Sunshine Of Your Love" (cover of Cream) and "Light My Fire". Spanky Wilson is an american Soul & Jazz songtress from Pittsburgh who was backing vocalist for some great jazz names among others Duke Ellington, Stanley Turrentine, Jimmy McGriff or Funk/Soul artists as Marvin Gaye and Sammy Davis Jr. After a long absence, she's back under the spotlights with the album "I'm Thankful". Released in 2006,  the album was produced by the famous British DJ, Will Holland, and supported by The Quantic Soul Orchestra

01. Don't Mess With Bill
02. Sunshine Of Your Love
03. That's What A Woman Should Give To A Man
04. Hurtin
05. Loveland
06. Little Things Mean A Lot
07. Light My Fire
08. You
09. If I Could
10. Who's Sorry Now
11. Then I'll Be Happy

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