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Patty Waters - Sings Full Album
Free Jazz, Experimental
  • Performer:
    Patty Waters
  • Title:
    Sings
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Free Jazz, Experimental
  • Release date:
    1966
  • Country:
    US
  • Size FLAC version
    2084 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1231 mb
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Album

Tracklist

1You Loved Me2:37
2Sad Am I, Glad Am I1:20
3I Can't Forget You1:41
4You Thrill Me1:17
5Why Is Love Such A Funny Thing1:05
6Why Can't I Come To You2:40
7Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight2:50
8Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair
Adapted By – Patty Waters
13:37

Credits

  • Art Direction [Art Director]Bert Glassberg
  • BassSteve Tintweiss (tracks: B)
  • Composed By [Melody]Sally Wood (tracks: A1)
  • EngineerRichard L. Alderson
  • PercussionTom Price (tracks: B)
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Charles Stewart
  • PianoPatty Waters (tracks: A1 to A7)
  • Piano, Harp [Piano Harp]Burton Greene (tracks: B)
  • Voice, Lyrics By, Composed By, Arranged ByPatty Waters

Notes

Recorded in New York City on December 19, 1965.

Companies

  • Recorded At – RLA Sound Studios

Album

Patty Waters born March 11, 1946 is a jazz vocalist best known for her free jazz recordings in the 1960s for the ESP-Disk label. Waters was born in Iowa and started singing semi-professionally in high school. After school, she sang for the Jerry Gray Hotel Jazz Band. Her family moved to Denver and she started listening to Billie Holiday, whose life and singing had a profound influence on her. Patty Waters - Sings 1966. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Free Jazz Vocal Jazz. Patty Waters. Songs in album Patty Waters - Sings 1966. Patty Waters - Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight. Patty Waters - Why Can't I Come To You. Patty Waters - You Thrill Me. Patty Waters - Sad Am I, Glad Am I. Patty Waters - Why Is Love Such A Funny Thing. Patty Waters - I Can't Forget You. Patty Waters - You Loved Me. Patty Waters Sings. An album that could have just as well been titled The Two Sides of Patty Waters, divided between seven short, almost minimal, whispery piano ballads and the 13-minute outburst of Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair, in which Waters unveils her arsenal of vocal improvisations. Building from haunting, barely audible moans to angst-ridden bleats, it is the performance that established her as a vocal innovator, albeit one that was too edgy for most listeners. Patty Waters is a jazz vocalist, best known for her free jazz recordings in the 1960s for the ESP Disk label. Although she has rarely recorded since then, she is more and more recognized as a vocal innovator whose influence extends beyond jazz. Fellow female vocalist pioneers Yoko Ono and Dia read more. Fellow female vocalist pioneers Yoko Ono and Diam. Sings by Patty Waters, released 01 January 1966 1. Moon, Don't Come Out Tonight 2. Why Can't I Come To You 3. You Thrill Me 4. Sad I Am, Glad I am 5. Why Is Love Such A Funny Thing 6. I Can't Forget You 7. You Loved Me 8. Black Is The Color Patty Waters comes alive on this legendary 1965 debut. Sings features seven ballads and a shocking version of Black Is The Colour Of My True Loves Hair. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. USD or more. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. Album 2002 8 Songs. Sings Patty Waters. Waters - Plays Full Album Recorded at Coast Recordings, San Francisco 1970 Engineer - Steve Atkins, Piano and Voice - Patty Waters Side 1: 1. Sings, 2009. Moon, Don't Come up Tonight, 03:01. Sad Am I, Glad Am I, 01:26. Sings is a music album by Patty Waters released in 1966. Sings is ranked 6,351st in the overall chart, 473rd in the 1960s, and 44th in the year 1966. Genre: Vocal Jazz. My first experience with Sings took place very late at night. It was 1am and I wanted to listen to this under these conditions to feel the darkness of this record. And I must admit, this album is really scary. well, in fact, ghostly is the best word to describe it. And this beauty, both dark and pale, began to rock me. Relaxation has enveloped me so completely, my eyelids begin fluttering