Episode 2 – Ann Peebles & Baby Washington

Welcome to this week’s episode of Sisters Sing Soul.

This week’s episode features songs by Ann Peebles and Baby Washington.

 

Here’s where you can find the songs in this episode:

Ann Peebles; Sisters Sing Soul

Ann Peebles

Ann Peebles

‘Tonight I’ll be Staying Here With You’ — From the Album “I Believe To My Soul” — Rhino Records

‘Steal Away’, ‘I Can’t Stand The Rain’, and ‘I’ve Been There Before’ — From the Album “The Complete Ann Peebles on Hi Records Volume I: 1969-1973” — Hi Records

‘Bouncin Back’ — From the Album “Ann Peebles: Full Time Love” — Rounder Records, Bullseye Blues label

 

Baby Washington

Baby Washington; Sisters Sing Soul

Baby Washington

‘Breakfast in Bed’ — From the Album “Dave Godin’s Deep Soul Treasures Volume 3” — Ace Records, Kent Soul label

‘I Don’t Know’ — From the Album “Atlantic Sisters of Soul” — Atlantic Records

‘I Can’t Afford to Lose Him’ — From the Album “The Girls Got Soul” — Ace Records, Kent Soul label

‘Is It Worth It’ — Found on YouTube

 

UPDATE: In this episode I say: “In 1969 Baby Washington travelled to Muscle Shoals, Alabama where she recorded 8 songs for Atlantic Records’ Cotillion label. As far as I know only 2 45’s were released from that session.”

John Ridley has kindly informed me that all 8 songs were in fact released by Cotillion on a total of four 45’s. My thanks to John for this correction.

John is one of the world’s leading experts on soul music. He has written many excellent liner notes for soul cd’s. In fact, he wrote the extensive liner notes for “The Complete Ann Peebles” on Hi Records, Volume 1 and 2 from which 3 of this episode’s songs were drawn. John also has the world’s best deep soul website, loaded with rare songs that are extremely difficult to find elsewhere. The name of the site is Sir Shambling’s Deep Soul Heaven and can be found here: http://sirshambling.com

 

Please feel free to comment below with any questions or observations.

Next week, in Episode 3, we’ll feature the music of Millie Jackson and Gwen McCrae.

Thanks for listening!

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