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Let The Good Times Roll - Chuck Brown And Eva Cassidy - The Other Side

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  1. The Other Side consists of '40s and '50s supper-club sounds. Eva Cassidy sings on more than half of the tracks, soloing and performing a number of duets, including "You Don't Know Me," "I Could Have Told You So," and "I'll Go Crazy." The '60s deep soul classic "Dark End of the Street" is 5/
  2. Artist: Eva Cassidy And Chuck Brown Title: The Other Side Year Of Release: Label: Blix Street Genre: Vocal Jazz, Blues Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log,scans) Total Time: Total Size: MB WebSite: Album PreviewAuthor: Eva Cassidy And Chuck Brown.
  3. Aug 12,  · As noted in the August 12th, edition of the NEW YORK TIMES, both Eva Cassidy and Chuck Brown benefited from having recorded this album together. Put together in when Cassidy was 29 (four years before her death from melanoma at the age of 33), this was apparently the first album on which Cassidy "cut loose" and showed her belter side/5(80).
  4. Allmusic The Other Side is an album by D.C. go-go funk legend Chuck Brown and American singer Eva Cassidy. It was first released in by Brown's label Liaison records. The album comprises jazz, blues and soul standards and contains a mixture of solos and alsarilsaithforius.infoinfo: Soul, jazz, blues.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Other Side on Discogs. Label: Cbd. music - cbd • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Smooth Jazz, Ballad, Easy Listening Let The Good Times Roll Chuck Brown And Eva Cassidy: Chuck Brown And Eva Cassidy - The Other Side ‎ (CD /5(12).
  6. May 04,  · The Other Side, an Album by Chuck Brown & Eva Cassidy. Released in on Liaison. Genres: Vocal Jazz, Smooth Jazz/5(2).
  7. In , Biondo played a tape of Cassidy's voice for Chuck Brown, the "Godfather of go-go". It resulted in the duet album The Other Side featuring performances of classic songs such as "Fever", "God Bless the Child," and what would later become Cassidy's signature song, "Over the Rainbow".

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