One&Done @ A&M: Joanne Vent / The Black and White of It Is Blues -- SP 4165

JOv2

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(Unintentionally missed this LP a few weeks ago.)
  • Comments, questions, conjectures and stories are welcomed.
  • Released in 1968
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Here's a link to a YouTube playlist of most of the LP selections:
 

AM Matt

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Almost sounds like the late Gayle McComick of the group Smith (of 1969 "Baby It's You" & 1971 "It's A Cryin' Shame" solo) fame.
 

AM Matt

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From "Playboy After Dark" in early 1969, "I'll Love You More Than You'll Ever Know" (Remake of the Blood, Sweat & Tears with Al Kooper 1968 song)
 

Mr Bill

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IIRC Ms. Vent had a second SP# assigned for an ultimately unreleased album. I know a follow up single came some time later on RCA.

--Mr Bill
 

Harry

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I think I once sampled stuff from this album on YouTube to see if I was interested. It's not of interest to me at all.
 

Mr Bill

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Same here. I don't care for gravelly-voiced women yelling at me! (Yeah, I'm no Janis Joplin fan)...

--Mr Bill
 

JOv2

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Definitely a talented artist and the music is competent and well played; but, as with Harry and Mr. Bill, I simply have no interest in this kind of music.
 

Rudy

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An oddity from the Discogs listing:

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Although the promo had the right title:

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