MAGGIE BELL – Queen Of The Night

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Maggie Bell - Queen Of The Night

CD TRACKLISTING

1. Cado Queen
2. A Woman Left Lonely
3. Souvenirs
4. After Midnight
5. Queen of The Night
6. Oh My My
7. As The Years Go Passing By
8. Yesterdays Music
9. We Had It All
10. The Other Side
11. Trade Winds
BONUS TRACKS
12. Penicillin Blues (live)
13. Wishing Well (live)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAGGIE BELL first came to the record buying public’s attention via STONE THE CROWS who broke up in 1973 after building a tremendous fan following with her powerful vocals and commanding stage presence.

Maggie immediately set to work on her first solo album “Queen Of The Night” produced by the legendary producer JERRY WEXLER which was released in 1974 The album gave her the chance to choose her favourite material and work with some of the finest musicians of the time.
This is Angel Air’s 200th release and what better way for a label to celebrate same and it’s 9th year of existence than some classic rock from one of the UK’s greatest female singers.

Remastered with two bonus live tracks from Maggie’s personal archives. Maggie is now back living in the UK and currently organizing a UK tour for Spring 2006.

MUSICIANS
MAGGIE BELL, REGGIE YOUNG, CORNELL DUPREE, JOHN HUGHEY, CHUCK RAINEY, STEVE GADD

Reviews

...this collection displays a woman with an incredible voice who can switch between rock, soul, jazz and blues.

Evening Star (January 2006)


...an excellent effort..a nicely varied set.

Kevin Bryan (January 2006)


...an album that is full of many styles...with Maggie singing her heart out

Feedback (February 2006)


...this collection displays a woman with an incredible voice who can switch between rock, soul, jazz and blues.

Evening Star (January 2006)


..the recording is nothing short of precision...Queen of the Night is a careful, dedicated workout and a highly colourful release (7.25/10)

Maelstrom (March 2006)


Whether she's singing upbeat or melancholy, Maggie Bell is always worth a listen.

Hartlepool Mail (March 2006)


It only takes a few lines of Bell's singing to recognize why she is often referred to as the 'British Janis Joplin'. Those bluesy, soulful and heartrending vocals are absolutely chilling

Prog-Nose (March 2006)


 

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