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.
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