My Music Is Hot (Remastered) Lalomie Washburn
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- 1Give Me Love With The Music05:33
- 2Double Funkin'04:57
- 3My Love Is Hot (Caliente)06:43
- 4Man Power (Can You Do It)05:19
- 5Shades Of Blue03:58
- 6Freaky Strangeness05:16
- 7What's Love04:06
Info for My Music Is Hot (Remastered)
Formerly part of the ‘70s soul & funk groups Love Craft and High Voltage, Lalomie was backup singer to legends of the likes of Ray Charles, Ike & Tina Turner and Chaka Khan, and songwriter for Buddy Miles, The Brothers Johnson and Aretha Franklin.
Lalomie Washburn signed to Parachute Records in 1977 and enjoyed a solo recording career stretching up to the mid-‘90s, when she released a further album and a string of well received dance 12 inch singles.
This release combines Lalomie’s first solo album “My Music Is Hot” (1977) with all of her singles and b-sides from the ‘70s Parachute recording era.
Includes the singles ‘My Love Is Hot (Caliente Un Amour), ‘Man Power (Can You Do It)’, ‘Double Funkin’ and ‘Two Sides’, plus all b-sides and alternative mixes from each of her early releases on Parachute.
"Although Lalomie Washburn has provided background vocals for many R&B artists and has written songs for greats like Chaka Khan and Buddy Miles, she never got very far as a solo artist. And that isn't because of weak material -- although 1977's little known My Music Is Hot falls short of being a gem, it's a decent soul-funk outing. The title is accurate; Washburn is definitely a hot-blooded vocalist, and sweaty numbers like "Double Funkin'," "Freaky Strangeness," and the Latin-flavored "My Love Is Hot (Caliente)" make it clear that she is very much a belter. With the right exposure, My Music Is Hot might have done well. But the LP, which came out on the Casablanca-distributed Parachute label, received very little attention -- and it wasn't long before you could find unopened copies selling for as little as 50 cents in small mom-and-pop stores. Out of print since 1979 or 1980, My Love Is Hot hasn't been reissued on CD and probably never will be." (Alex Henderson, AMG)
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