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From The Depths Of My Soul

Marlena Shaw

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1
Prelude/I Know I Love Him
Marlena Shaw
3:11
2
Hum This Song
Marlena Shaw
3:07
3
But For Now
Marlena Shaw
3:47
4
Easy Evil
Marlena Shaw
3:40
5
The Laughter And The Tears
Marlena Shaw
3:02
6
The Feeling's Good
Marlena Shaw
3:53
7
Wildflower
Marlena Shaw
4:05
8
I Just Don't Want To Be Lonely
Marlena Shaw
3:43
9
Waterfall
Marlena Shaw
3:45
10
Say A Good Word
Marlena Shaw
3:04
11
Time For Me To Go
Marlena Shaw
3:17
Total Playing Time    38:34
Marlena Shaw was the first female vocalist signed to Blue Note and this album, from 1973, was her second for the label. As the title hints, Shaw blends soul with jazz on this material that includes R&B hits from the era alongside Randy Edelman and Fox and Gimbel compositions, even an original tune from Shaw. The album was produced by famed jazz producer and music executive Dr. George Butler who put together a line up of great musicians to support Shaw including Ron Carter on bass, Grady Tate on drums and guitarist Hugh McCracken.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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