Esther Phillips (born Esther Mae Jones; December 23, 1935 – August 7, 1984) was an American singer, best known for her R&B vocals. She was a versatile singer and also performed pop, country, jazz, blues and soul music. She was born Esther Mae Jones in Galveston, Texas. Her parents divorced when she was an adolescent, and she divided her time between her father, in Houston, and her mother, in the Watts section of Los Angeles.
Нравится слушателям: James Brown, The Isley Brothers, Ben E King. Original Album Series. The Best of Esther Phillips. Release Me - The Best of Little Esther Phillips. What a Difference a Day Makes. 2011 25 Digital Remastered Songs.
Esther Phillips - I Feel the Same (08:26, 320Kb/s). Esther Phillips - Can't Trust Your Neighbor with Your Baby (03:55, 320Kb/s). Esther Phillips - How Blue Can You Get? (05:08, 320Kb/s). Esther Phillips - Scarred Knees (06:19, 320Kb/s). Esther Phillips - Baby, I'm for Real (04:18, 320Kb/s). Esther Phillips - That's All Right with Me (03:17, 320Kb/s). Joe Beck - Fever (03:36, 320Kb/s). Joe Beck - Pure Natural Love (05:21, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Essential Esther Phillips - The KUDU Years (2018).
This two-CD, 40-song set is an excellent distillation of work that isn't well known even by R&B devotees, drawing from about half a dozen albums and numerous singles, mostly from Atlantic, but also including 45s she made for Roulette in 1969; about half of the songs on this collection, in fact, were never issued on an album. All these caveats aside, if you enjoy the work of any of the reference points listed above, you'll most likely like Esther Phillips' work on these recordings as well; she's just not quite in the same Hall of Fame class. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.
Esther Phillips (December 23, 1935 – August 7, 1984) was an American singer. Phillips was known for her R&B vocals, but she was a versatile singer, also performing pop, country, jazz, blues and soul music. Born Esther Mae Jones in Galveston, Texas, when she was an adolescent, her parents divorced, and she was forced to divide her time between her father in Houston and her mother in the Watts area of Los Angeles.
Esther Phillips (born December 23, 1935, Galveston, Texas, USA - died August 7, 1984, Carson, California, USA) was an American soul and blues singer who was an influence on many other artists including Aretha Franklin. A mature singer at age fourteen, she won the amateur talent contest in 1949 at the Barrelhouse Club owned by Johnny Otis. Otis was so impressed he added her to his traveling revue, the California Rhythm and Blues Caravan, billed as 'Little Esther Phillips'. Her first hit record was "Double Crossing Blues" ( R+B), recorded in 1950 for Savoy Records.
More albums from Esther Phillips: Confessin’ The Blues by Esther Phillips. Burnin’ (Live At Freddie Jett’s Pied Piper, . Good Black Is Hard To Crack by Esther Phillips. You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby by Esther Phillips. The Country Side Of Esther Phillips by Esther Phillips. Performance by Esther Phillips. Alone Again, Naturally by Esther Phillips. Here’s Esthe. re You Ready by Esther Phillips. View all albums . Esther.
Album · 1966 · 12 Songs. Good Vibrations 2 Disc One. Various Artists.
|It's All Right With Me|
|The Shadow Of Your Smile|
|Crazy He Calls Me|
|He Touched Me|
|A Taste Of Honey|
|Let There Be Love|
|You Can't Go Home Again|
|Just Say Goodbye|
|I Could Have Told You So|
|Every Time We Say Goodbye|
|As Tears Go By|
|The Party's Over|
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