Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Linda Hoyle 1971 Pieces Of Me

Genre: Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:44:05
Size: 100,84 MB

United Kingdom

Linda was the lead singer with UK jazz fusion group Affinity and this was her only solo album, now regarded as a forgotten masterpiece by fans around the world. A former English teacher, she quit Affinity in 1971, proclaiming she was tired of the music business. Nevertheless, she had one final shot at her vocal career and set about writing songs with the keyboard player Karl Jenkins, who later joined Soft Machine. The result was sufficient material for Pieces Of Me, in which all facets of her vocal and composing style are effectively showcased. Her voice has been compared to both Grace Slick and Julie Driscoll, but her roots are more in jazz than rock. The songs range from the fast and frantic rock of Black Crow, to the subtle and beautifully sung Ballad Of Marty Mole, long a favourite among Linda Hoyle aficionados. Originally released on the Vertigo label in 1971 Pieces Of Me deserves to be rediscovered by all those who savour quality music from a seriously good artist. (


01 - Backlash Blues 05:56

02 - Paper Tulips 03:34

03 - Black Crow 03:18

04 - For My Darling 03:59

05 - Pieces Of Me 04:09

06 - Lonely Women 04:07

07 - Hymn To Valerie Solanas 04:04

08 - The Ballad Of Marty Mole 04:34

09 - Journey's End 03:16

10 - Morning For One 04:24

11 - Barrel House Music 02:44

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