Patty Waters - Sings
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1966 / Release Date
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ESP Disk / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
AllMusic

Building from haunting, barely audible moans to angst-ridden bleats, it is the performance that established her as a vocal innovator, albeit one that was too edgy for most listeners.

EMR
85
A wild, husky voice howls in the night, at first calm and subduedly, and as darkness envelops us with its tight grips more and more, there is fury and contempt and madness, for none controls the absence of light that haunts us at the darkest hour. This might be a short and sketchy collection of vocal-led free-jazz impressions, but they're at once tight and everlasting - a masterclass in deconstructioned expression.
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MISC LISTS

#174/Pitchfork (1960s)

Track List

  1. Moon, Don't Come up Tonight
  2. Why Can't I Come to You
  3. You Thrill Me
  4. Sad Am I, Glad Am I
  5. Why Is Love such a Funny Thing
  6. I Can't Forget You
  7. You Loved Me
  8. Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair
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Added on: August 22, 2017