Betty Davis – The Columbia Years (1968-1969)

I can’t think of a better record of the day for International Women’s Day than Betty Davis’ Columbia Years, recently compiled from 1968-1969 recordings and released by Light in the Attic.

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Betty’s songs are bold and fierce, sensual and compelling. The album is fun, sexy, perfect from start to finish.

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Was Betty married to Miles Davis for a bit? Yes. Is that cool? Yes. Does it matter? No way. Betty is a legend in her own right. Don’t sleep on this album. I picked up a vinyl copy a few months ago and it’s one of the best purchases I’ve ever made." class="__youtube_prefs__ epyt-facade no-lazyload" data-epautoplay="1" >YouTube player" />


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Dacia lives in Austin, Texas, where she writes, drinks & listens to records.

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