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Come To My Garden (180g, Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP

SoulgrammaSKU fr-4740

1970 R&B classic, official reissue
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"A proper reissue of Minnie Riperton's debut album Come To My Garden on GRT, originally published in 1970. Her name came to prominence with the highly influential Chicago band Rotary Connection, forerunners of the rock n' soul crossover. In addition to their own recordings, including their 1967 debut album Rotary Connection, the band is notable as the backing band for Muddy Waters on his 1968 psychedelic blues album Electric Mud. Standing on her own, Minnie cut a series of sublime albums moving in a more soulful way. Opening track 'Les Fleur' is a shiny cover of a Ramsey Lewis -- who is musical assistant and contributor here -- classic number penned in 1968. Produced by Charles Stepney, the album benefits from its lushy orchestral arrangements, pushing the vocal duties of Minnie even forward (her five-octave vocal range, enabled her to sing in 'whistle register' nevertheless). The jazzy soft-pop feel overall will mark comparison with Stevie Wonder, Riperton's future employer/mentor. Fully licensed. 180 gram, clear vinyl." - Soulgramma

  • official reissue of Minnie Riperton's debut studio album
  • 180g clear colored vinyl pressing
  • limited edition
  • original release year: 1970
  • music label: Soulgramma 2022
UPC: 781930069328

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