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  • Kazill says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mistrustin' And Deceivin' on Discogs.4/5(1).
  • Akinojar says:
    All eight of Esther's early R+B hits are included here, including three number ones (Double crossing blues, Mistrustin` blues, Cupid`s boogie) and five top ten hits (Misery, Deceivin` blues, Wedding boogie, Far away Christmas blues, Ring-a-ding doo). The first fourteen of the tracks here, including seven of the hits, were recorded for Savoy 5/5(3).
  • Arashiktilar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Complete Savoy Recordings With Johnny Otis on Discogs.
  • Mazuk says:
    Review: This tidy reissue gathers together tracks from two different Esther Phillips singles, both of which were originally released in Pride of place goes to the legendary soul singer's cover of Gil Scott-Heron's "Home Is Where The Hatred Is", which also opened her .
  • Dumuro says:
    Little Esther (Phillips) was certainly one of the greatest female vocalists in R&B, with a hit parade career that stretched from , encompassing soul music in the '60s and disco in the '70s, and somewhere in between she built an enviable reputation as a jazz singer too.
  • Shakakora says:
    Mojo (Publisher): 4 stars out of "Phillips is at her best on the ballads, especially 'I Haven't Got Anything Better To Do' and 'Candy,' where her tart delivery brings real poignancy to the material". Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Magic's In the Air; 2. I Haven't Got Anything Better To Do; 3. Boy, I Really Tied One On; 4. Candy; 5. A Beautiful Friendship; 6. (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher & Higher.
  • Dikora says:
    Nov 08,  · Phillips ultimately got well enough to launch a comeback in Now billed as Esther Phillips instead of Little Esther, she recorded a country tune, "Release Me," with producer Bob Gans. This went to number 1 R&B and number 8 on the pop listings. After several other minor R&B hits on Lenox, she was signed by Atlantic Records.
  • Nik says:
    Esther Phillips was only 13 when she first entered a recording studio in , and a year later at 14 she had an international R&B hit with “Double Crossing Blues” for Savoy Records. Life was never the same for snugoncamimabotoconvaxatera.co billed as Little Esther, she was a certified star before she could drive, and she succumbed to the darker side of a musician’s lifestyle, miring herself in drink and.
  • Vozragore says:
    Apr 22,  · Now billed as Esther Phillips instead of Little Esther, she recorded a country tune, "Release Me," with producer Bob Gans. This went to number 1 R&B and number 8 on the pop listings.

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