Patty Waters - Sings album
Complete your Patty Waters collection. Patty Waters - Why Can't I Come To You 2:50. Patty Waters - Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair 13:53. Patty Waters - You Thrill Me 1:28. Patty Waters - Sad Am I, Glad Am I 1:22.
Sings by Patty Waters, released 01 January 1966 1. Moon, Don't Come Out Tonight 2. Why Can't I Come To You 3. You Thrill Me 4. Sad I Am, Glad I am 5. Why Is Love Such A Funny Thing 6. I Can't Forget You 7. You Loved Me 8. Black Is The Color Patty Waters comes alive on this legendary 1965 debut. Sings features seven ballads and a shocking version of Black Is The Colour Of My True Love’s Hair. With Patty’s moans, whispers, screams, and wails, this track helped cement her reputation as a vocal innovator, one whose influence extended beyond jazz to Yoko Ono and Diamanda Galas . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Listen to music from Patty Waters like Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight, Why Can't I Come to You & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Patty Waters. Patty Waters is a jazz vocalist, best known for her free jazz recordings in the 1960s for the ESP Disk label. Although she has rarely recorded since then, she is more and more recognized as a vocal innovator whose influence extends beyond jazz. Fellow female vocalist pioneers Yoko Ono and Diamanda Galás, as well as rock singer-songwriter Patti Smith, have all named Patty Waters as an influence, while Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth has stated to be an admirer.
Patty Waters comes alive on this legendary 1965 debut. Digitally remastered in digipak format, Sings will re-introduce the talents of this long-forgotten talent. Performers: Patty Waters (piano, arranger, vocals); Burton Greene (piano, harp); Tom Price (percussion); Steve Tintweiss (bass).
1. (00:02:57) Patty Waters - Moon, Don& Come Up Tonight. 2. (00:02:50) Patty Waters - Why Can& I Come To You. 3. (00:01:19) Patty Waters - You Thrill Me. 4. (00:01:23) Patty Waters - Sad Am I, Glad Am I. 5. (00:01:10) Patty Waters - Why Is Love Such A Funny Thing. 6. (00:01:46) Patty Waters - I Can& Forget You.
Album · 1996 · 12 Songs. Jessica Williams, Patty Waters & Patty Waters. I've Got a Crush On You.
PATTY WATERS must be acknowledged as a vocalist who has tested the limits of the human voice's capabilities. Since her brief recording career in the mid-'6O's, she has come to be appreciated as a vocal innovator not just in jazz but in contemporary music as a whole. Much of her repertoire was given over to hushed piano solo ballads in which her voice could fade to a whisper that was barely audible, but what really attracted attention were her avant-garde outings in which she stretched and mutated her voice with contorted shrieks and wails that could be downright blood-curdling. Diamanda Galas names Patty Waters as her biggest influence, and she is also publicly revered by Christina Carter and Patti Smith. Patty Waters now lives in Santa Cruz, California and very much wants to continue with her music life. Patty Waters can be reached at PattyWatersSingsail.
Artist: Patty Waters Title: Patty Waters Sings Year Of Release: 1965 Label: ESP-Disk Genre: Avant-Garde Jazz Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 1. Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight 2. Sad Am I, Glad Am I 5. Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair.
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|A1||Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight
Composed By – Sally Wood
|A2||Why Can't I Come To You||2:40|
|A3||You Thrill Me||1:17|
|A4||Sad Am I, Glad Am I||1:20|
|A5||Why Is Love Such A Funny Thing||1:05|
|A6||I Can't Forget You||1:41|
|A7||You Loved Me||2:37|
|B||Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair
Bass – Steve TintweissPercussion – Tom PricePiano, Harp [Piano] – Burton Greene
- Copyright (c) – United International
- Printed By – La Grafica Cremonese
- Art Direction [Art Director] – Bert Glassberg
- Engineer – Richard L. Alderson*
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Charles Stewart*
- Piano – Patty Waters (tracks: A1 to A7)
- Voice, Composed By, Lyrics By, Arranged By – Patty Waters
NotesRecorded December 19, 1965.
Originally released in 1966 on ESP Disk.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
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|1025||Patty Waters||Sings (LP, Album)||ESP Disk||1025||US||1966|
|ESP CD 1025||Patty Waters||Sings (CD, Album, RE, RM, Sli)||Calibre , ESP Disk||ESP CD 1025||Netherlands||2000|
|ESP 1025-2||Patty Waters||Sings (CD, Album, RE)||ESP Disk, ZYX Music||ESP 1025-2||Germany||Unknown|
|SFX-10720||Patty Waters||Sings (LP, Album)||ESP Disk||SFX-10720||Japan||1978|
|ESP 1025||Patty Waters||Sings (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||ESP Disk||ESP 1025||US||2009|