|1||Song Of Clifford||4:09|
|2||Hush Little Baby With Ba Ha Bad||6:32|
|3||Wild Is The Wind
Bass – Steve TintweissDrums – Shelly RustenPiano – Burton Greene
|5||It Never Entered My Mind
Piano – Ran Blake
|6||Song Of Life With Hush Little Baby||4:44|
|7||Song Of The One (I Love) Or Love, My Love||7:49|
|1055||Patty Waters||College Tour (LP, Album)||ESP Disk||1055||US||1966|
|ESP 1055||Patty Waters||College Tour (LP, Ltd, RE, Pur)||ESP Disk||ESP 1055||US||2009|
|ESP 1055||Patty Waters||College Tour (LP, Album, RE)||Base Record||ESP 1055||Italy||Unknown|
|ESP 1055||Patty Waters||College Tour (LP, Ltd, RE, Gre)||ESP Disk||ESP 1055||US||2015|
|ESP 1055||Patty Waters||College Tour (CD, Album, RE)||ESP Disk, Abraxas||ESP 1055||Italy||Unknown|
Liner Notes – Patty Waters. Photography By – Chuck Stewart. Piano – Dave Burrell (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 7). Recorded By – David B. Jones. Recorded "Live" during the New-York State College Tour of April, 1966. Originally released in 1966. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.
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despite her brief musical career (consisting of only two albums released during the mid-sixties), vocal pioneer patty waters' managed in that short time to redefine the use of the human voice, while simultaneously exploring the darkest and most anguished corners of the female soul. her even more daring second album, college tour, was recorded at one of her live performances. shortly thereafter, and features pianists ran blake and burton greene.
Listen to music from Patty Waters like Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight, Why Can't I Come to You & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Patty Waters. Patty Waters is a jazz vocalist, best known for her free jazz recordings in the 1960s for the ESP Disk label. Although she has rarely recorded since then, she is more and more recognized as a vocal innovator whose influence extends beyond jazz. Fellow female vocalist pioneers Yoko Ono and Diamanda Galás, as well as rock singer-songwriter Patti Smith, have all named Patty Waters as an influence, while Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth has stated to be an admirer.