Start Movin in My Direction the Bell Recordings
Her only hit was a #4 R&B smash, 1952’s Heavenly Father, which she recorded when she was 16. Sadly, Edna didn’t have much time for a comeback—she died in her 30s. But she did record quite a few R&B gems with the cream of NYC’s session men, plus everything from country and rock ’n’ roll to show tunes and originals. A 44-page booklet tells her rarely told tale; 75 minutes of discoveries include The Fool; Freight Train; Mr. Lee; Mambo Baby; Pledging My Love; Sunday; I Enjoy Being a Girl; No Change; Come Back My Love; Confidential, and more! Bear Family.
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