Betty Davis - The columbia album mp3
Betty Davis is the eponymous debut studio album by American funk singer Betty Davis, released through Just Sunshine Records (an upstart label) in 1973. The album was produced by Greg Errico and features contributions from a number of noted musicians such as Neal Schon, Merl Saunders, Sylvester, Larry Graham, Pete Sears, and The Pointer Sisters. In 2007, the album was re-issued on CD and vinyl by the Light in the Attic label.
Album · 2016 · 9 Songs. This compilation (P) 2015 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. See All. They Say I'm Different.
The Columbia Years 1968-1969 is a jazz related rnb music album recording by BETTY DAVIS released in 2016 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Light In The Attic – LITA 135, Columbia – 88843048152 (US). All tracks previously unreleased (except track 8 released on Live, Love, Learn, It's My Life in 1968). Thanks to snobb for the addition and js for the updates. Columbia Years 1968-1969 Remastered LIGHT IN THE ATTIC 2016. Betty Davis: The Columbia Years 1968-1969 Vinyl LP Light in the Attic.
Still, Betty Davis’ story isn't quite as cut-and-dry between her Mabry years and her emergence as the woman touted as too wild for Miles-especially when you explore the actual recorded results of her and Miles’ mutual influence, as the newly unearthed sessions on The Columbia Years 1968-1969 prove
A name on the guestlist of greatness, the former Betty Mabry had hip cachet in the ’60s, and has it again now. A model, a songwriter and a friend of both Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis (who she married), her trio of mid-1970s albums (Betty Davis, They Say I’m Different and Nasty Gal) established her as a powerful female performer. A cross between George Clinton and Bette Midler, she played sex music with no implied candlelit dinner, a hard and uncompromising funk in which she inhabited an aggressive, theatrically sexual persona. At the time, she outraged nearly everyone.
Digipak with 1" width wraparound spine overlay. All tracks previously unreleased (except track 8 released on Live, Love, Learn, It's My Life in 1968) Remastered from the original analog master tapes Release overseen by Betty Davis New interviews, rare photos, and unseen historical documents from the Teo Macero archive. Tracks 1 to 6 recorded at Columbia 52nd St. Studios, Studios B and E, New York, on May, 14 & 20, 1969 Tracks 7 to 9 recorded at Columbia Studios, Hollywood, October 18, 1968. Codice a barre e altri identificatori.
Just announced, Betty Davis: The Columbia Years, 1968-1969 profiles a series of mythical demos Betty and Miles recorded together at NYC’s 52nd St. Studios. No surprise, the tracks are a heady mix of jazz, psychedelia and rock, including several Betty originals and two covers (Cream and Creedence Clearwater Revival). The sessions also served as the inspiration for Miles Davis’s genre-bending 1970 masterpiece Bitches Brew, which he recorded right after he and Betty had split. At the time of the 52nd St. sessions, the former Betty Mabry had released a few singles and written Uptown (to Harlem).
But Betty Davis, now 71, is no longer making music. So Light In The Attic have trawled back even further into the archives, and have come out with this. The album centres on five songs, recorded but never released – or even properly mixed - at what were in fact demo sessions in 1969, organised by her then-husband, jazz trumpeter Miles Davis. The pair had married the year before, and the North Carolina-born singer had already had an audible effect on Miles’s music, turning him onto electric instruments and introducing him to some of her friends from the rock world, including Jimi Hendrix. Songs featured: Hanging Out, Down Home Girl, Politician.
Pop: Betty Davis: The Columbia Years 1968-69. July 15 2016, 12:01am, The Times. Betty Davis’s indomitable spirit shines through on these recently unearthed recordingsAnthony Barboza/Getty Images. ★★★☆ Miles Davis’s late-Sixties transformation from jazz sophisticate to funk-rocking freak, as displayed on superb but divisive albums such as 1970’s Bitches Brew and 1972’s On The Corner, was largely down to his wife, Betty Davis
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