Nancy Wilson
This Mother s Daughter =180g=

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

(1976) - 2013 UK Pure Pleasure reissue on 180g virgin Vinyl mastered from the analogue source= "This Mother's Daughter remains the most soulful record cut by Nancy Wilson during her Capitol tenure - producer Eugene McDaniels pr...

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Release date 25-04-2013 (originally released in 1976)

2013 UK Pure Pleasure reissue on 180g virgin Vinyl mastered from the analogue source= "This Mother's Daughter remains the most soulful record cut by Nancy Wilson during her Capitol tenure - producer Eugene McDaniels proves an inspired if surprising choice to helm the session, and his subtle but ingenious jazz-funk flourishes are essential to the project's immediacy and 

Tracks:
A1     From You To Me To You
A2     Love Has Smiled On Us
A3     I Don't Want A Sometimes Man
A4     Tree Of Life
A5     China

B1     Now
B2     This Mother's Daughter
B3     He Never Had It So Good
B4     When We Were One
B5     Stay Tuned

Musicians:
- Nancy Wilson (vocals)
- Blue Mitchell (flugel horn)
- Hugh McCracken (guitar)
- Jeff Miranoy (guitar)
- Dave Gruisin (piano, organ)
- George Duke (piano, organ)
- Chuck Rainey (bass)
- Steve Gadd (drums)
- Oliver Brown (percussion)


This Mother's Daughter remains the most soulful record cut by Nancy Wilson during her Capitol tenure -- producer Eugene McDaniels proves an inspired if surprising choice to helm the session, and his subtle but ingenious jazz-funk flourishes are essential to the project's immediacy and appeal. McDaniels couches Wilson in settings as smooth and rich as velvet, crafting a series of mellow, gently propulsive grooves that flirt with contemporary soul but pay heed to the singer's roots in jazz. Wilson responds with a performance that's sophisticated yet saucy, commanding the spotlight with an intensity that's missing from her lesser Capitol efforts. ALLMUSIC

 "McDaniels couches Wilson in settings as smooth and rich as velvet, crafting a series of mellow, gently propulsive grooves that flirt with contemporary soul but pay heed to the singer's roots in jazz. Wilson responds with a performance that's sophisticated yet saucy, commanding the spotlight with an intensity that's missing from her lesser Capitol efforts." - Pure Pleasure / All Music 

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Pure Pleasure Record
Originally released: 1976
This release: 2013
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