Ann Peebles – Tellin’ it, Hi 1974/1975

Ann Peebles, front, cd size

Last sunday we had an LP by Syl Johnson on Hi records, now we’re
back with Ann Peebles. If you compare the backcovers of these two
LP’s, we see exactly the same line-up. Both LP’s are produced and
engineered by Willie Mitchell and they both have that fantastic
Hi-sound of the early 70’s. When I play this music, I’m still
impressed like I was first time I heard it. Great soul.

tracks;

1 Come to mama
2 I don’t lend my man
3 I needed somebody
4 Stand by woman
5 It was jealousy
6 Doctor love power
7 You can’t hold a man
8 Beware
9 Put yourself in my place
10 Love played a game

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4 thoughts on “Ann Peebles – Tellin’ it, Hi 1974/1975

  1. Timeless. I once met Ann Peebles for an Interview in Berlin in the late 80ies. She is a wonderful person. Thanks for this one and for your blog. It’s so briliant – I have no words to express my gratitude. Every post presents a magnificent piece of music!

    Sincerely
    Buscon

  2. Timeless. I once met Ann Peebles for an Interview in Berlin in the late 80ies. She is a wonderful person. Thanks for this one and for your blog. It’s so briliant – I have no words to express my gratitude. Every post presents a magnificent piece of music!

    Sincerely
    Buscon

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