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Alberta Hunter - Look for The Silver Lining (1982)

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Alberta Hunter - Look for The Silver Lining (1982)

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A1		Without Rhythm	3:10
A2		Look For The Silver Lining	3:30
A3		Now I'm Satisfied	3:16
A4		Georgia On My Mind	3:12
A5		J'ai Deux Amours	2:35
B1		Black Man	3:41
B2		He's Funny That Way	3:12
B3		Somebody Loves Me	2:51
B4		On The Sunny Side Of The Street	2:57
B5		Somebody Told Me So	3:25

Backing Vocals – Diane Wilson (tracks: A3), George Tipton (tracks: A3), Maeretha Stewart (tracks: A3)
Bass – Jimmy Lewis (tracks: A1), Vishnu Wood
Drums – Butch Miles
Guitar – Billy Butler
Organ – Frank Anderson (tracks: A3)
Tambourine – Lincoln Clapp (tracks: A3)
Tenor Saxophone – Budd Johnson
Trombone – Vic Dickenson
Trumpet – Doc Cheatham, Jonah Jones

 

Classic blues singer Alberta Hunter's final recording (made when she was 87, two years before her death) is as powerful as her previous three Columbia albums. The legendary delightful singer puts plenty of feeling into "Look for the Silver Lining," "He's Funny That Way," "Somebody Loves Me" and four of her originals. As was true of each of her final sets, Hunter is joined by the Gerald Cook quartet and several veteran horn players (trumpeters Doc Cheatham and Jonah Jones, trombonist Vic Dickenson and tenorman Budd Johnson), all of whom sound quite happy to be supporting the ancient yet ageless singer. ---Scott Yanow, allmusic.com

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