Ball, Marcia

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Ball, Marcia - Soulful Dress Soulful Dress
Blues Used - LP 3078 Rounder
Beautiful 1984 Original. Features Stevie Ray Vaughan On The Title Track.... more details
 
Ball, Marcia - Circuit Queen Circuit Queen
Pop New - LP ST 11752 Capitol
Beautiful Sealed 1978 Original, COH. Her Rare Solo Debut, With Contributions From David Briggs, Rodney Crowell, Albert Lee, Mickey Raphael And Nicolette Larson.... more details
 
Ball, Marcia - Gatorhythms Gatorhythms
Blues Used - LP 3101 Rounder
Beautiful 1989 Original. “Marcia Ball Explored R&B And Honky Tonk Country On This Album, Keeping Her Blues Chops In Order While Expanding Her Repertoire. She Included A Pair Of Tunes By Country Vocalist Lee Roy Parnell, "What's A Girl To Do" And "Red Hot," Doing Both In A Feisty, Attacking Fashion. She Was Also Challenging And Upbeat On Dr. John's "How You Carry On" And "Find Another Fool." Her Third Rounder Album, Gatorhythms Was One Of Her Most Entertaining And Dynamic, As Ball Became Less Of An Interpreter And More Of An Individualist.” – Ron Wynn, AMG... more details
 
Ball, Marcia - Circuit Queen Circuit Queen
Blues New - LP ST 11752 Capitol
Sealed 1978 Original. Her Rare Solo Debut, With Contributions From David Briggs, Rodney Crowell, Albert Lee, Mickey Raphael, Carlene Carter, Nicolette Larson, Janie Frickie And Others. Pristine Copy. Still Unreleased On Compact Disc.... more details
 
Ball, Marcia - Hot Tamale Baby Hot Tamale Baby
Blues Used - LP 3095 Rounder
1985 Virgin Vinyl Original. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Marcia Ball Solidified The Favorable Impression Made With Her Debut Rounder Effort With This Rousing Second Outing. She Dedicated It To The Late King Of Zydeco, Clifton Chenier, And Was Backed By A Fine Band Of Veteran Pros That Included Saxophonist Alvin Tyler. Ball Ripped Through Booker T. Jones's Soul Gem "Never Like This Before" And Chenier's Title Composition, While Also Demonstrating Her Own Facility With R&B On "That's Enough Of That Stuff" And "Love's Spell." She Came Close, But Didn't Quite Hit The Mark On O.V. Wright's "I'm Gonna Forget About You," Turning In A More Than Acceptable Rendition That Still Didn't Approach The Original. But Other Than That One Misstep, Which She Compensated For With A Charged Version Of "I Don't Know," Marcia Ball Proved That Her Debut Was No Fluke.” – Ron Wynn, AMG... more details
 

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