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First Take

Flack, Roberta (Music CD - 1995? )
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
First Take
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Authors: Flack, Roberta
Statement of Responsibility: Roberta Flack
Title: First take
[sound recording]
Publisher: New York : Atlantic, [1995?], p1969
Characteristics: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes: Compact disc
Notes by Les McCann in container
Contents: Compared to what (5:15)
Angelitos negros (6:55)
Our ages or our hearts (6:09)
I told Jesus (6:08)
Hey, that's no way to say goodbye (4:07)
First time ever I saw your face (5:21)
Tryin' times (5:07)
Ballad of the sad young men (7:03)
Performers: Roberta Flack, piano, vocals ; John (Bucky) Pizzarelli, guitar ; Ron Carter, bass ; Ray Lucas, drums ; with acc.
Subject Headings: Soul music Rhythm and blues music Popular music 1961-1970
Topical Term: Soul music
Rhythm and blues music
Popular music
Additional Contributors: Pizzarelli, Bucky
Carter, Ron - 1937-
Lucas, Ray
Publisher No: 82792-2
7567-82792-2
Branch Call Number: CD R&B/SOUL Flack,Ro-3703
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