E. C. Scott – Come Get Your Love (1995)

Artist: E. C. Scott
Title: Come Get Your Love
Year Of Release: 1995
Label: Blind Pig Records
Genre: Blues, Soul Blues
Quality: Flac (tracks, log, .cue)
Total Time: 49:49
Total Size: 355 Mb (covers)

01. Come Get Your Love (03:24)
02. Take The Garbabe Out (04:24)
03. You Got The Wront Number (04:55)
04. Something Wrong Going On (04:19)
05. I Need A Real Man (04:02)
06. I Keep Coming Back (02:47)
07. Before Quick Get Ready (04:53)
08. The Forecast Calls For Blues (02:39)
09. Sugar On The Floor (06:11)
10. I’ve Got Love On The Line (04:05)
11. I Ain’t Never Loved Nobody (04:33)
12. Bright Lights (03:39)
E.C. Scott – Vocals
Chris Cain, Vernon "Ice" Black, Chris Cobb, Tim Landis – Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Derek Jones, Jay Goudeau, Gary Brown, Michael Harper, Eric McCann – Bass
Alex Marlowe – Bass, Drums, Keyboard Bass, Keyboards
Greg Goneaway, Curtis Nutall, Michael Fellows – Drums
John Burr, Chris Durbin, Mark Little – Keyboards
Larry Batiste – Trombone, Trumpet
Randy Singer, Norbert Stachel – Saxophone

Modern blues singer E.C. Scott brings a funky ’90s sensibility to her classic soul and gospel influences. Raised in Oakland, California, Scott grew up listening to gospel singers like Shirley Caesar and Inez Andrews; as she grew older, she began to ignore her mother’s restrictions on secular music and sampled the sounds of the rich soul music on her sisters’ radio. Scott was singing in nightclubs by the time she was 16, but her marriage soon put her career on hiatus. When her two children were old enough, Scott decided to resume her singing career with her family’s blessing; she initially worked as a jazz stylist, but soon returned to the blues and R&B she knew well. Scott put together a backing band called Smoke and played the San Francisco club scene, becoming the house band at Slim’s for a year and self-releasing the single "Just Dance" b/w "Let’s Make It Real" in 1991. Scott built up her local fan base and performed at several blues festivals around the U.S. before signing to Blind Pig in 1994. Her debut album, Come Get Your Love, was released the following year; it was followed in 1998 by Hard Act to Follow. Two years later, Scott resurfaced with Masterpiece. ~ Steve Huey




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