Nancy Wilson - The Right to Love mp3 downloadPerformer: Nancy Wilson
Title: The Right to Love
Style: Standards,Traditional Pop
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Nancy Wilson - The Right to Love mp3 download
A1. The Right To Love (You've Changed). A3. Over The Weekend. A4. (Ah, The Apple Trees) When The World Was Young. A5. (I Stayed) Too Long At The Fair. Lush Life (LP, Album, Mono).
The album rose to No. 49 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. Hello Young Lovers was produced by Tom Morgan and arranged by Milt Raskin.
Album Say Anything (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Oooh Looking at you tonight Breathless at what I see In your eyes there's someone Come to carry me. Some never have a chance Some throw their chance away Now it's in my hands I face it unafraid. We gave it all for love Saved it all for love Didn't we touch the fire above And make music out of madness? We gave it all for love.
Most of Nancy Wilson’s late ’60s releases contained four or five good tunes and the rest would be filler from the day’s batch of B-grade pop material. Her 1967 date Welcome to My Love, though, is an exception. Wilson’s smoky, whispered voice imparts just the right amount of tender drama here while Nelson’s dark and restrained string charts keep things from getting syrupy. Balancing out the set are a series of bluesy big band numbers including In the Heat of the Night, I’m Always Drunk in SF and an amazing version of Ode to Billy Joe. This classic Bobbie Gentry tune gets a funked up, backwoods treatment à la Etta James with Wilson in full swagger. On Welcome to My Love, Wilson successfully straddled the jazz/soul divide and in the process produced one of her best albums of the 60’s. Tracks A1 In The Heat Of The Night 2:32 A2 May I Come In?
1. Save Your Love For Me - Remastered - Cannonball Adderley. 2. In The Dark - Remastered. 3. Don't Go To Strangers - Remastered. Don't Take Your Love From Me - Remastered. More by Nancy Wilson. Save Your Love for Me.
Nancy Wilson: That was the first successful single. With that album, there was a guy that was out in the marketplace wining and dining and, um, apparently, bribing the radio guys. Because airplay meant everything in those times. All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You (1990).
I Know I Love Him was distinct from previous Wilson albums with Nancy using popular jazz group, The Crusaders as the rhythm section with master arranger/conductor Don Sebesky (known for his work with Astrud Gilberto, George Benson and Esther Phillips among others) adding his formidable skills. With exceptional tunes such as the Marvin Gaye-penned 'We Can Make It Baby,' 'Can I' (popularized by Eddie Kendricks) and 'Don't Misunderstand,' the LP has been a hidden gem In the Wilson catalog for many years.