i recently got a cassette called around
the world 1973.
does any one have a name for the female singer who joins fz and napoleon murphy brock on tango/pygmy? whoever she was she has a really great blues voice.
from: patrick neve [firstname.lastname@example.org]
she's identified onstage as "coffee". as nappy put it, "i could go for a cuppa coffee right about now."
charles pater (email@example.com)
her name is irma coffee. she's on the nifty bootleg with nm brock; passaic nov 18 1974
she made one single for hi-records in 1973: anyway the wind blows b/w you made me what i am (hi2253). atwb is credited to staff writer earl randle, it's not the fz composition. it's a sort of ann peebles . . .
"dean f." (firstname.lastname@example.org)
subject: irma coffee or emma coffee?
while cataloging my cds, i came across something kind of interesting. on two different hi records anthologies, i've got a song called "you made me what i am." one cd listed the singer's name as irma coffee, while the other called her emma coffee. anybody know what's up with that?
irma coffee: spiders & snakes / shelter of your eyes
(19??, 7", usa, tam town)
coffee: anyway the wind blows / you made me what i am
(1973, 7", usa, hi 2253)