Monday, July 7, 2008

Linda Lewis - Lark (1972)

Linda Lewis (born Linda Ann Lewis, 27 September 1950, West Ham, London) is an English pop and soul vocalist, a songwriter and guitar player, renowned for her vocals. Possessing a five-octave vocal range, Lewis built her reputation as a singer joining the British group Ferris Wheel in 1967. When the group disbanded in 1970, she went on to pursue a solo career. But after over a decade of non-stop touring, performing and recording, Lewis went on hiatus during the 1980s, spending over ten years in Los Angeles out of the public eye. Read more & find >>>

This 1972 album featured Linda with a crack rhythm section of Pat Donaldson and Gerry Conway (soon to work with John Cale), with production from herromantic interest at the time, Family member Jim Cregan. Progressive,adventurous soul!

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