The Man's So Good

Alice Stuart

The Man's So Good
Performed By Alice Stuart
Album UPC 008781004422
CD Baby Track ID 455290
Label Burnside Records
Released 2002-01-01
BPM 120
Rated 0
ISRC ushm90523439
Year 2002
Spotify Plays 762
Writers
Writer Alice Stuart
Pub Co Fulltime Job Music
Composer Alice Stuart
ClearanceFacebook Sync License,Traditional Sync,YouTube Sync ServiceOne Stop
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - Washington

Description

Blues music with a touch of country and a lot of soul

Notes

Alice Stuart's early career, (1961-1978) found her on stages with Joan Baez, Lightnin' Hopkins, Albert King, Jerry Garcia and John Prine. She made 1 album for Arhoolie Records and 2 for Fantasy, the 1st of which contained the song, Fulltime Woman that was covered by Jackie DeShannon, Irma Thomas & Kate Wolf, among others. In 1974, she toured extensively as Van Morrison's opening act. In 1978, Alice retired to raise her family, but in 1992, she returned to the music business. Since then she has recorded 3 CDs, her latest being Can't Find No Heaven. Alice was one of the first women to front a band not only as a singer and songwriter, but as a gifted guitar player. Her music is a mixture of folk, blues, country and rock. She maintains a very busy schedule teaching, writing and performing. Now, 60 years young, she is a player, a pioneer and an inspiration.

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