Evie Sands – Estate Of Mind-1974 Funk / Soul (vinyl) note description
Evie Sands – Estate Of Mind-1974 Funk / Soul (vinyl)
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Evie Sands (born July 18, 1946) is an American singer, songwriter and musician.
Sands' music career spans more than 50 years. She began her career as a teenager in the mid-1960s, after a rocky start, she eventually found chart success in 1969, before retiring from performing in 1979 to concentrate on writing and production. She experienced a fashionable, UK-led surge in cult popularity beginning in the 1990s and returned to live performance in mid-1998. Sands continues to write and perform.
Evie Sands was born in Brooklyn, New York, into a musical family. Her mother was a singer, and Sands grew up listening to artists like Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Frank Sinatra, Jackie Wilson,Little Willie John and The Beatles. She was inspired by these artists to learn keyboard and guitar and to develop her own ability as a singer and songwriter. She cut her first singles by her mid-teens: "The Roll / My Dog" (ABC 10458/1963), "Danny Boy" "I Love You So" /"I Was Moved". (Gold 215/ 1964).
|A1||A Woman's Work Is Never Done||3:32|
|A2||Love In The Afternoon||3:04|
|A3||You Brought The Woman Out Of Me||3:29|
|A4||Take It Or Leave It||3:19|
|A5||Call Me Home Again||4:42|
|B1||One Thing On My Mind||3:25|
|B2||Yesterday Can't Hurt Me||3:29|
|B3||I Love Making Love To You||3:59|
|B4||Early Morning Sunshine||3:19|
|B5||(Am I) Crazy Cause I Believe||3:02|