Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Esther Phillips – What A Diff’rence A Day Makes (Kudu Records)

A Soul and Blues singer, Esther Phillips‘s versatility and instantly identifiable voice allowed her to embrace a whole bunch of different things with obvious style, eventually scoring her biggest success back in the early days of Disco with her cover version of the Maria Grever and Stanley Adams penned classic for Dinah Washington. A song that would become the title cut of her 1975 released album on Kudu Records, surrounded by her long time producer, Creed Taylor, and an impressive list of musicians, from the late Jazz guitarist Joe Beck to David Sanborn, the Brecker brothers (Michael & Randy), Steve Khan and Ralph McDonald among others…

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