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Death Letter - Cassandra Wilson - New Moon Daughter (CD, Album)

10.12.2019
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  1. Feb 06,  · This is a song from her album "New Moon Daughter" () Song. Death Letter. Artist. Cassandra Wilson. Writers. Son House. Licensed to YouTube .
  2. Death Letter Lyrics: I got a letter this mornin, how do you reckon it read? / It said, "Hurry, hurry, yeah, your love is dead." / I got a letter this mornin, I say how do you reckon it read? / You.
  3. Product description. Cassandra Wilsom ~ New Moon Daughter keistamnylipbackmatulochihamahass.coinfo Her luscious alto has the depth and texture of a great tenor saxophonist, but Cassandra Wilson's defining asset is a postmodern song sense that enables her to surf through Son House, Neil Young, Johnny Mercer, Billie Holiday, and (gasp!) the Monkees in pursuit of strong songs that can provide that instrument with a keistamnylipbackmatulochihamahass.coinfos:
  4. Diamanda Galás, Cassandra Wilson, James Blood Ulmer, Gov't Mule, and Geoff Muldaur have also recorded the piece. The Cassandra Wilson cover, first included on her album New Moon Daughter, was selected as the theme song for the third season of the HBO anthology series True Detective airing in early References.
  5. New Moon Daughter, an Album by Cassandra Wilson. Released 5 March on Blue Note (catalog no. 8 2; CD). Genres: Vocal Jazz. Featured peformers: Cassandra Wilson (aka_text vocal role_id aka_text), Craig Street (producer), Danny Kopelson (recording engineer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Bil Emmons (assistant engineer), Fred Kevorkian (assistant engineer, editing.
  6. Artist: Cassandra Wilson Title: New Moon Daughter Product Type: VINYL LP Limited vinyl LP pressing of the jazz vocalist’s album. Her luscious alto has the depth and texture of a great tenor saxophonist, but Cassandra Wilson's defining asset is a post-modern song sense that enables her to surf through Son House, Neil Young, Johnny Mercer, Billie Holiday, and (gasp!) the Monkees in.

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