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File under: 70sSoul-Jazz

Betty Davis

Nasty Gal (LP, Clear)

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* Clear Wax with Pink & Yellow Splatter * In the 1970s, Betty Davis defied genre and gender by pushing her voice to extremes and embracing the erotic. She articulated a kind of pre–punk, funk–blues fusion that had yet to be normalized in mainstream music — a style that few musicians have come close to replicating. As one of the first Black women to write, arrange, and produce her own albums, Betty was a visionary who disregarded industry boundaries and constraints. Raw, unapologetic, and in full control, Betty paved the way for generations of future artists who said ‘funk you’ to the music industry and social norms.  In 1975, Betty Davis’s star was on the rise. With the backing of Island Records and a new band, Funk House, Betty’s third album, Nasty Gal, leans into the hyper-sexualized persona with which her critics were so obsessed. She raps, purrs, shrieks, and moans on top of Funk House’s manic funk-rock and lays claim to the “bad girl” anthems that now saturate the music industry. Mastered from the original tapes, Nasty Gal showcases Betty’s groundbreaking work as a performer, writer, and producer.
 
  • Betty’s classic third album, originally released by Island Records in 1975
  • Featuring Betty’s band Funk House
  • Booklet includes liner notes by John Ballon interviewing Betty plus full lyrics
  • Newly remastered from the original analog tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio
  • Pressed at RTI
  • Released with the full support of the Estate of Betty Davis

 

Details
File under: 70sSoul-Jazz
Cat. number: LITA 046
Year: 2024

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