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Digitally remastered edition of this 1969 album by the Brothers and Sisters, a choir of Los Angeles session singers brought gloriously to the fore for a very special, one-off record. Originally released on Ode Records, this rare and sought-after album finds the California collective covering a clutch of Dylan classics in the era's revolutionary Gospel style. Produced by Lou Adler, soon to work his magic on Carole King's mega-successful Tapestry, and arranged by Gene Page, noted for his work for Motown, the performers were largely unknown, but many went on to find great acclaim. Merry Clayton appears here, as does Edna Wright of the Honeycones and Gloria Jones who recorded the original version of Tainted Love in 1965. The cast of 27 singers also includes Ruby Johnson, Shirley Matthews, Clydie King, Patrice Holloway, Julia Tillman and more. This oft-overlooked album is a must for fans of Dylan. The word of Dylan has rarely sounded so stirring. Liner notes interviewing Lou Adler, Merry Clayton and Edna Wright with archive photos.
Key Product Details
- Artist: BROTHERS & SISTERS
- Genre: R&B / Soul / Blue-Eyed Soul