Marlena Shaw Who Is This Bitch, Anyway?
- Released: September 4, 2012
- Originally Released: 2012
- 1.You, Me and Ethel / Street Walkin' Woman
- 2.You Taught Me How To Speak In Love
- 4.Feel Like Makin' Love
- 5.The Lord Giveth and The Lord Taketh Away
- 6.You Been Away Too Long
- 8.Loving You Was Like A Party
- 9.A Prelude For Rose Marie
- 10.Rose Marie (Mon Cherie)
Digitally remastered edition of this 1975 album from the Jazz/R&B vocalist. By the early 70s, Marlena Shaw had already established herself as a potent live performer and recording artist, thanks to such tunes as 'Woman of the Ghetto' and 'California Soul'. Who Is This Bitch Anyway? reached #8 on Billboard's Jazz charts and #47 on the R&B listings. The album was produced by Bernard Ighner (the writer of the classic 'Everything Must Change') who assembled top musicians such as drummer Harvey Mason, bassist Chuck Rainey and guitarists Larry Carlton and David T. Walker for the sessions. Standout tracks include Marlena's version of Roberta Flack's 'Feel Like Making Love', the Shaw favorite 'Loving You Was Like a Party' and the slice-of-life 'You, Me And Ethel' and 'Street Walkin Woman', laced with Shaw's well-known sassy brand of mother wit and humor.
WCBS FM101.1 - Motown, Soul & Great Rock 'N Roll: Soul (CD)(2)
$2.98 on SALE
Music Lovers' Ratings & Reviews:
Be the first Music Lover to write an online review of this product!
Ultimate Rock & Roll Time Capsule, Volume 3 - Disc 2 (CD)(3)
99¢ on SALE