Hunt, Marsha

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Hunt, Marsha - Woman Child Woman Child
Pop Used - LP 2410 101 Track
1971 UK Black & Silver Label Original With A1/B1 Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Jacket Has Light Seam Wear And A Small Crease. By Her Own Admission, Marsha Hunt Was Maybe Not The Most Technically Accomplished Of The Many Female Vocalists To Make Their Mark In The 1960’s And On Occasion She Seemed To Overcompensate For Inappropriate Material By Singing In The Style Of Someone Trying Very Hard To Get Noticed. This Collection Of Songs Covering Sessions From 1969-1971 Is A Hotch-Potch Of Bluesy Show Tunes, Swamp Rock, Dylan, The Band, Traffic And A Brace Of Songs By The Fledgling Marc Bolan. Sometimes She’s Backed By Strings, Jazz Musicians, Rock Stars And Sometimes It Sounds Like Its A Bit Of Everything.But Like Hunt Herself, The Whole Package Gels As A Sum Of Its Parts, Pulling You Back Again And Again For Repeated Listens. Whether It’s Her Unpredictable Vocals, The Ambitious Range Of Material Or The Top-Notch Backing, The Whole Thing Seems To Work! Christopher Sanford Writes In His Book Mick Jagger That When The Rolling Stones Released The Song "Brown Sugar" There Was Immediate Speculation That It Referred To Hunt Or To Soul Singer Claudia Lennear. In Her 1985 Autobiography, Real Life, Hunt Acknowledged That "Brown Sugar" Is About Her, Among A Few Other Songs, A Fact She Reiterated In Her 2006 Book Undefeated. When Hunt Was Asked For An Interview With The Irish Times In 2008 How She Felt About The Song, She Said: "It Doesn't Make Me Feel Any Way At All."... more details
 

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