Nancy Wilson: This Mother's Daughter/I've Never Been To Me

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Soul Music Records
• Two albums from the jazz-tinged turned soul crooner from the later ‘70s

• ‘This Mother’s Daughter’ remains the most soulful record cut by Nancy Wilson during her Capitol tenure.

• Helmed by producer Eugene McDaniels it’s filled with subtle but ingenious jazz-funk flourishes.

• Smooth and rich as velvet, a series of mellow, gently propulsive grooves that flirt with contemporary soul but pay heed to the singer’s
roots in jazz.

• 1977’s ‘I’ve Never Been To Me’ resumes Nancy’s association with producer Gene Page (especially known for his string arrangements for the all conquering Barry White).

• The album hits hard on two different levels – some of the mellow, sophisticated numbers that made her mid 70s years so great – and a few more upbeat groovers that aim strongly for the clubs! Read More