|A1||If You Can't Love Me||3:47|
|A2||You Don't Know||2:55|
|A4||Some Other Spring||3:48|
|B3||What's The Matter With Love||2:38|
|B5||Ticket To Chicago||4:07|
|F-9564||Terry Garthwaite||Hand In Glove (LP, Album)||Fantasy||F-9564||US||1978|
|9160-9564||Terry Garthwaite||Hand In Glove (LP, Album)||Fantasy||9160-9564||Canada||1978|
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. All Versions. Terry Garthwaite – Hand In Glove. Label: Fantasy – 916564. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Joy of Cooking was led by pianist Toni Brown and guitarist Terry Garthwaite. The rest of the band comprised bass guitarist David Garthwaite (Terry's brother), drummer Fritz Kasten, and percussion player Ron Wilson. Keyboard player Stevie Roseman replaced Toni Brown for a time
Complete your Terry Garthwaite collection. Hand In Glove (LP, Album). FT 554, 0C 062-62 215. Terry Garthwaite.
Artist: Terry Garthwaite Album: Hand In Glove Label: Fantasy Records Catalog: F-9564 Released: 1978 Country: . Genre: Blues, Funk, Soul, Jazz Rock Total Time: 00:33:30. Terry Garthwaite - Vocals, Guitar. Willow Wray - Harmony Vocals. Jay Graydon - Guitars.
The whole album is quite fantastic. You will have to be OK with putting some country in your groove to appreciate this one though. But if this doesn’t bother you, you’ll have a blast. Terry Garthwaite - Rock & Roller. 20Rock%20&%20Roller.
Listen to music from Terry Garthwaite like What More. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Terry Garthwaite. Terry Garthwaite is an internationally known singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and teacher. Her recording career dates back to the late 1960s when she and Toni Brown formed the rock group Joy of Cooking. She recorded several albums with the band, and then a dozen others by herself or in collaboration with other jazz and blues musicians.
Rock 45 Terry Garthwaite - Slender Thread, Slender Thread On Arista Records. LP 12" 30cms: Terry Garthwaite: hand in glove. John Shine - Songs for a Rainy Day (Columbia 33518) (PL) ('75) Terry Garthwaite.
Hand in Glove I complained about production clutter on her quickly deleted Arista album, but I must admit that David Rubinson injected a brightness that I miss in El Lay jazzman John Guerin's more tasteful work here. That could even be why the songs seem a shade duller this time. But Garthwaite's rhythmic and timbral adeptness remain unique in rock, and I'm grateful these days for any explicitly feminist analysis that is also both heterosexual and antipuritanical. Anyway, the songs are still a lot brighter than most.