quinta-feira, 25 de junho de 2009

Faith Pillow - Live 1981

Faith Pillow was a Louisville native and vastly talented blues and jazz vocalist who died suddenly and unexpectedly last year at age 49. Achieving most of her renown on the European circuit, Pillow wowed audiences from Chicago to Berlin, and even legendary bluesman Muddy Waters, who admitted being blown away by her huge vocal presence.
Originally titled simply Faith Pillow, this album was released on vinyl in 1981. It was recorded during two consecutive weekend performances at Orphans, a live-music venue on Chicago's North Lincoln Avenue. Faith Pillow was one of the most popular headliners in the exciting Chicago music scene of the late '70s and early '80s. By the mid-'80s, the scene had died. The great Chicago musicians moved on. Orphans became a jock bar.
The original vinyl, a small release with only local distribution, became a cult classic in Chicago. Somehow, a copy made its way to Tokyo, where it was given an enthusiastic review. As a result, Celeste Records of Tokyo rereleased the album on CD in 2002.

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01.Shady lady (Faith Pillow)
02.Winston (Faith Pillow)
03.Natural woman (Carole King, G. Goffin, J. Wexler)
04.Love me right (Faith Pillow)
05.Songbird (Jesse Colin Young)
06.Wave (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
07.Blackbird (J. Lennon, P. McCartney)

Shady lady

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