LEE, SHIRLEY ANN - SONGS OF LIGHT

LEE, SHIRLEY ANN - SONGS OF LIGHT

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: NUMERO GROUP

Release date: 28/02/2012

Barcode: 0825764400312

Catalog no.: NPHLP0044003

Item ID: 366757

When Numero wrapped the track list of 2009s Local Customs: Downriver Revival, we knew there was a smaller second record buried in the mountains of tape rescued from Felton Williams
Ecorse, Michigan basement. As the Revival labels lone "star," Shirley Ann Lee was afforded dozens of opportunities to record, but only six sides managed to trickle out on 45rpm between 1967 and 1969. Frustrated with a lack of even minor success, Shirley ceased recording altogether in the early 1970s. Using Revivals aborted 'Shirley Ann Lee Radio Hour' program as our guide,
we've taken the best of her proper studio recordings, in the moment sketches, out of tune piano demos, and rehearsals with young kids talking in the background and created the Shirley Ann Lee album that never was.

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