Marlena Shaw – Who Is This Bitch, Anyway (1975/2014) [HDTracks 24-192]

Marlena Shaw – Who Is This Bitch, Anyway? (1975/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time – 39:30 minutes | 1,44 GB | Genre: Jazz
Studio Master, Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | Front cover | © Blue Note Records

Who Is This Bitch, Anyway? is vocalist Marlena Shaw’s 1974 Blue Note release. This soul-jazz record is Shaw’s best selling album under the label. Demonstrating her love of feminism and funk, she kicks it into high-gear for this sophisticated fast-paced recording. Who Is This Bitch, Anyway? features Eugene McDaniel’s “Feel Like Makin’ Love”, along with other tracks “You Taught Me How to Speak in Love” and “You”.

01 – You, Me And Ethel / Street Walking Woman
02 – You Taught Me How To Speak In Love
03 – Davy
04 – Feel Like Makin’ Love
05 – The Lord Giveth And The Lord Taketh Away
06 – You Been Away Too Long
07 – You
08 – Loving You Was Like A Party
09 – A Prelude For Rose Marie
10 – Rose Marie (Mon Cherie)

Marlena Shaw – vocals
Bernard Ighner-  piano, flugelhorn
Mike Lang, Bill Mays – piano
Larry Nash – electric piano, synthesizer
Dennis Budimir, Larry Carlton, David T. Walker – guitar
Chuck Domanico – bass
Chuck Rainey – electric bass
Harvey Mason – drums, wind chimes
Jim Gordon – drums
King Errisson – conga

Producer: Bernard Ighner

Recorded: June 12 and December 3-6, 1974 at The Record Plant, Los Angeles.