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Byrdie Green ‎• The Golden Thrush Strikes At Midnight

Byrdie Green (born 1936) was a jazz and R&B singer born in Detroit, Michigan.
The daughter of a Baptist minister, she sang first in her father's church. Later she went to New York and performed in clubs. Around 1965, she was hired by organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith and recorded albums for Prestige Records, Roulette Records, & Twentieth Century Fox. She also cut a few 45rpm records.
Byrdie took a break from her career to raise her two daughters, Deborah A. Murray and Dardenella Braxton. Upon her return she performed at Carnegie Recital Hall, toured with the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra and before her death in February 2008, she was with the touring company of the Broadway play Black and Blue. Byrdie's health started to fade and she developed emphysema and was on oxygen 24 hours a day, and had to use a wheelchair.

A1 In The Dark 4:00
A2 Goin' Out Of My Head 3:00
A3 Hurt 4:05
A4 Gin House Blues 5:48
B1 How Long Blues 3:08
B2 Falling In Love With Love 3:45
B3 The Shadow Of Your Smile 3:40
B4 Hurt So Bad 2:30
B5 Somebody Groovy 2:38

Vocals – Byrdie Green
Organ – Johnny "Hammond" Smith
Trumpet – Virgil Jones
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Gene Walker
Drums – John Harris
Electric Bass, Bass Guitar – Jimmy Lewis
Guitar – Eddie Diehl
Arranged By, Conductor – Johnny Hammond

Producer – Cal Lampley
Recorded By, Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder

Recorded NYC, July 6, 1966

Label: Prestige ‎– PRST 7503
Released: 1966

Matrix / Runout (Etched / Stamped Runout A-side): PRST 7503 A / Van Gelder
Matrix / Runout (Etched / Stamped Runout B-side): PRST 7503 B / Van Gelder

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