From the full-length album ". .my way or I'll swim my way, High heels when I work out at the gym my way.
Tracy Nelson (born December 27, 1944) is an American singer. Nelson was born and grew up in Madison, Wisconsin. There, she first learned about R&B music from nighttime listening to WLAC radio from Nashville, Tennessee. In her teens, Nelson sang folk music in coffeehouses and with The Fuller's Wood Singers group, and was lead singer in The Fabulous Imitations band. She attended the University of Wisconsin as a social science major.
Tracy Nelson (singer). 1944-12-27) December 27, 1944 (age 74) Madison, Wisconsin, United States. 1980 "Doin' It My Way". 1993 "In the Here and Now". 1995 "I Feel So Good".
Biography by Ron Wynn. A very versatile and talented vocalist, Tracy Nelson is better known for her role as lead singer of Mother Earth. The Nashville sextet had three albums in a country-rock vein make the charts in the lat. ead Full Biography. Doin' It My Way. Adelphi Records.
Produced by David Frank and Mic Murphy of The System fame, the first album, Doin It My Way, features Howard's then state-of-the-art . This rare, sadly out of print reissue reissue is truly a great deal, since it also includes his later album, The Vision, produced by Niteflyte, aka Jam & Lewis in their early peak. All around, a great example of rich, lush, club-friendly 80s soul from an underrated singer.
Background information. In 1964, Nelson recorded an acoustic blues album released on Prestige Records, Deep Are the Roots. It featured blues harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite as a member of her backup band . 1980 "Doin' It My Way" (Adelphi Records).
Come See About Me. Tracy Nelson. Popular albums by this artist. Come See About Me. You'll Never Be a Stranger at My Door. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Management: Spielberg/Dries Mgmt. Neal Spielberg & Gene Dries) for interest in bookings: Gene Dries at juxtapromotionast. Typically replies within an hour. Contact Tracy Nelson on Messenger.
At 85, Willie Nelson’ isn’t letting any grass grow under him: The legendary singer and songwriter is releasing his second album of the year in September, a Frank Sinatra tribute outing called My Way on Sony’s Legacy label.
Artist: Tracy Nelson. Album: Homemade Songs, Come See About Me, 1978. written by Umberto Bindi/Gino Paoli (Eng. trans: Carl Sigman) from Tracy's 1980 LP, "Come See About Me" on Flying Fish Records.
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Written-By – Nick Gravenites, Roger Troy
|A2||I Could Have Been Your Best Friend
Written-By – Andy McMahon, Tracy Nelson
|A3||Time Is On My Side
Written-By – Jerry Ragovoy
|A4||Temptation Took Control (Of Me And I Fell)
Written-By – Eric Kaz
|B1||I'll Be Long Gone
Written-By – Boz Scaggs
|B2||Pity The Fool
Written-By – Malone*
|B3||Going Back To Tennessee
Written By – Jack Lee
|B4||Down So Low
Written-By – Tracy Nelson
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Art Direction – Michael Harris
- Backing Vocals – Barbara South, Ebble Daniels, Kim Morrison
- Baritone Saxophone – Billy Puett
- Bass – Ted Reynolds
- Drums – Lanny Boles
- Engineer – Gene Eichelburger*
- Executive-Producer – Tom Semmes
- Guitar – Bruce Dees, Reggie Young
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Piano – Andy McMahon
- Producer – Tracy Nelson
- Tenor Saxophone – Donny Sanders*
- Trombone – Dennis Good
- Trumpet – Wayne Jackson
|AD 101||Tracy Nelson||Doin' It My Way! (LP, Album, Ltd)||Audio Directions||AD 101||US||1978|