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Performer: Patty Waters
Title: The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings
Released: 2005
Style: Free Jazz, Experimental
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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Patty Waters (born March 11, 1946) is a jazz vocalist best known for her free jazz recordings in the 1960s for the ESP-Disk label. Waters was born in Iowa and started singing semi-professionally in high school. After school, she sang for the Jerry Gray Hotel Jazz Band. Her family moved to Denver and she started listening to Billie Holiday, whose life and singing had a profound influence on her.

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Complete Esp-Disk Recordings. Nov 15, 2005 Original recording remastered.

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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 is a jazz vocalist, best known for her free jazz recordings in the 1960s for the ESP Disk label. Patty Waters was born March 11, 1946 in Iowa. She started singing semi-professionally in high school.

Patty Waters is a jazz vocalist best known for her free jazz recordings in the 1960s for the ESP-Disk label. Almost 30 years later she recorded the album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight
Written-By – Sally Wood
2:59
2 Why Can't I Come To You 2:51
3 You Thrill Me 1:20
4 Sad Am I, Glad Am I 1:24
5 Why Is Love Such A Funny Thing 1:11
6 I Can't Forget You 1:48
7 You Loved Me 2:29
8 Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair
Arranged By, Adapted By – Patty WatersBass – Steve TintweissPercussion – Tom PricePiano, Harp [Piano] – Burton Greene
13:56
9 Song Of Clifford 4:07
10 Hush Little Baby With Ba Ha Bad (Which Means "Kingdom Of God" In Persian) 6:51
11 Wild Is The Wind
Bass – Steve TintweissDrums – Shelly RustenPiano – Burton GreeneWritten-By – Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington
5:51
12 Prayer 2:51
13 It Never Entered My Mind
Piano – Ran BlakeWritten-By – Rogers & Hart*
4:24
14 Song Of Life With Hush Little Baby 4:42
15 Song Of The One (I Love) Or Love, My Love 7:49

Credits

  • Bass – Perry Lind (tracks: 9, 10, 12, 14, 15)
  • Drums – Scobe Stroman* (tracks: 9, 10, 12, 14, 15)
  • Engineer – Richard L. Alderson* (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Flute – Giuseppi Logan (tracks: 9, 10, 12, 14, 15)
  • Layout, Design – Alison DeBenedictis
  • Liner Notes – Bernard Stollman, Clifford Allen, Patty Waters
  • Photography By – Chuck Stewart, Marvin Fishman, Masa Oe
  • Piano – Dave Burrell (tracks: 9, 10, 12, 14, 15), Patty Waters (tracks: 1 to 7)
  • Recorded By – David B. Jones* (tracks: 9 to 15)
  • Remastered By [Digital Restoration] – Douglas McGregor
  • Voice – Patty Waters
  • Written-By – Patty Waters (tracks: 1 to 7, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15)

Notes

Tracks 1 to 8 recorded December 19, 1965, RLA Sound Studios, NYC
Tracks 9 to 15 recorded Live during the NY State College Tour of April, 1966

Originally released in 1966 on ESP-Disk' as 'Sings' ESP 1025 (tracks 1 to 8) and 'College Tour' ESP 1055 (tracks 9 to 15).