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Esther Phillips - You've Come A Long Way, Baby album mp3


Tracklist

Love Addict 4:14
You've Been A Good Ole Wagon 4:53
If I Loved You 3:34
Somewhere Along The Line 4:41
In A Soft And Subtle Way 4:02
Unselfish Love 3:55
I've Never Been A Woman Before 6:27
Into The Mystic 4:30
My Prayer 5:35

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SRM-1-1187 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury SRM-1-1187 US 1977
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 Netherlands 1977
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 Germany 1977
SRM-1-1187 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury SRM-1-1187 Canada 1977
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 Italy 1977
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 Scandinavia 1977
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 New Zealand 1977

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Love Addict
Arranged By [Strings] – Mischa Seigel*, Pee Wee EllisWritten-By – Denise Lasalle, James "Super" Wolf*
4:14
A2 You've Been A Good Ole Wagon
Written-By – John Henry
4:53
A3 If I Loved You
Arranged By [Strings] – Mischa Seigel*, Pee Wee EllisWritten-By – Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein*
3:34
A4 Somewhere Along The Line
Written-By – Dinah Washington, Walter Merrick
4:41
A5 In A Soft And Subtle Way
Written-By – Herman Eberitzsch
4:02
B1 Unselfish Love
Written-By – Les Ron Hanks/Zane Grey*
3:55
B2 I've Never Been A Woman Before
Written-By – Ron Miller*, Tom Baird
6:27
B3 Into The Mystic
Written-By – Van Morrison
4:30
B4 My Prayer
Arranged By [Strings] – Mischa Seigel*, Pee Wee EllisWritten-By – George Boulanger*, Jimmy Kennedy
5:35

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Phonodisc, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Phonogram, Inc.
  • Recorded At – The Hit Factory
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Sausalito
  • Mastered At – Atlantic Studios

Credits

  • Arranged By, Conductor – Pee Wee Ellis
  • Copyist – Ken Uhnak*, Robin Kadesch, Sephra Herman, Steve Prisby
  • Design – Joe Kotleba
  • Engineer [Assistant] [The Hit Factory] – Barry Williams , David Prentice, Ted Spencer
  • Engineer [Mixing] [The Hit Factory] – Kevin Herron, Michael Getlin*
  • Engineer [Recording] [The Hit Factory] – Arlene Schlafmitz, Kevin Herron, Michael Getlin*
  • Engineer [Recording] [The Record Plant] – Tom Anderson
  • Mastered By – Dennis King
  • Photography By – David Alexander
  • Producer – Alfred Pee Wee Ellis*

Notes

Ron Carter appears courtesy of Fantasy Records
Gordon Edwards, Richard Tee, Christopher parker appear courtesy of Warner Brothers Records
Pee Wee Ellis, Randy Brecker appear courtesy of Arista Records
Joe Beck appears courtesy of Polydor Records

An Esto Production

Recorded at The Hit Factory, New York, NY
Except A3 recorded at The Record Plant, Sausalito

Mastered at Atlantic Studios, New York

Distributed by Phonodisc, Inc.
℗ © 1977 Phonogram, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 Netherlands 1977
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 Germany 1977
SRM-1-1187 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury SRM-1-1187 Canada 1977
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 Italy 1977
6338 831 Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby ‎(LP, Album) Mercury 6338 831 Scandinavia 1977


Esther Phillips - You've Come A Long Way, Baby album mp3
Performer: Esther Phillips
Genre: Funk
Title: You've Come A Long Way, Baby
Country: US
Released: 1977
Style: Soul, Disco
MP3 version ZIP size: 1545 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1531 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 994
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Golden freddi
This is one of my very favorite ESTHER PHILLIPS' recordings because I was right there with her inNYC when she recorded it! I claimed I'VE NEVER BEEN A WOMAN BEFORE as my favorite, but they wereall my favorites! I loved it then and I still love it today! This is a timeless recording!This was also the first recording session she took me to!
salivan
This is my favorite Esther Phillips album because I was there with her in NYC througout its conception. My favorite song is Ive Never Been a Woman Before! I loved that song the minute I heard it and I still love it! When she was in the hosptal, in 1984, she asked me to read her something--I recited the words to that song! Her reply, "You never forget anything, do you!" Every night, we listened to the recordings in the hotel--so some days I was listening to Esther Phillips 24 hours a day--waking to her and sleeping to her! I could not have been happier!