I had a cassette of Aretha Franklin songs I literally wore out. This was rewound a lot.
She inspired millions. That’s a legacy. Rest in Peace.
Seriously, he needs to release this as a single. This is from an episode of Jane The Virgin (best show you’re probably not watching)
Thanks A Ghost to Most for pointing me to this:
I heard a song this morning and said, “wow that sounds like Walela” a CD I practically wore out in the late 90s. The DJ came on and said that it was indeed from that CD. It prompted me to dig it out of the box by my bed and pop it in the CD player. I’ll probably transfer it to my flash drive for the car.
I love this whole album, but it wasn’t until I went looking for a video from it that I ran across this:
Walela, the Cherokee language word for Hummingbird and the symbol of inspiration for this harmonious family of women singers. Rita Coolidge, Laura Satterfield, Priscilla Coolidge, 12 of the most beautiful and melodic songs created by Walela
Makes me like it even more. Enjoy. If you can track it down, it’s worth a listen to the whole thing.
Seemed a good time to post one from the JeffreyW hummingbird collection
Love this song, was on replay in my car for many a long drive. I’m off for some fun. There might be photos.
For the long version which includes a remix with her brother’s poem, click here. It is haunting and erotic.