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lunes, 5 de marzo de 2018

Mildred Anderson • No More In Life



Review by Scott Yanow
A fine singer who came over from the R&B/blues field to record two jazz-oriented albums in 1960, Mildred Anderson is joined on this CD reissue by tenor-saxophonist Al Sears, organist Robert Banks, guitarist Lord Westbrook, bassist Leonard Gaskin and drummer Bobby Donaldson. The repertoire ranges from originals to "I Ain't Mad at You," "Roll 'Em Pete" and "That Ole Devil Called Love." Considering how well she sings on this set, it is strange that Mildred Anderson would have no further opportunities to lead her own albums.


Tracklist:
1 - Everybody's Got Somebody But Me - 5:33
2 - I Ain't Mad At You - 3:01
3 - Hard Times - 4:12
4 - No More In Life - 2:42
5 - Roll 'Em Pete - 3:21
6 - What More Can A Woman Do - 2:44
7 - That Ole Devil Called Love - 3:44
8 - Mistreater - 6:00
9 - I'm Lost - 4:36

Credits:
Bass – Leonard Gaskin
Drums – Bobby Donaldson
Guitar – Chauncey Westbrook
Organ – Robert Banks
Tenor Saxophone – Al Sears
Vocals – Mildred Anderson 

Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
Recorded in Englewood Cliffs, NJ; September 26, 1960

Label: Prestige Bluesville ‎– BVLP 1017
Released: 1961
Genre: Blues










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