Two albums from the premier song stylist from the late ‘70s, ‘This Mother’s Daughter’ remains one of the most soulful records cut by Nancy Wilson during her Capitol tenure. Helmed by producer Eugene McDaniels, it’s filled with subtle but ingenious jazz-funk flourishes. Includes the R&B charted singles, “Now” and “In My Loneliness (When We Were One)”; 1977’s “I’ve Never Been To Me” resumes Nancy’s association with producer Gene Page and includes the US R&B 45, “I’ve Never Been To Me,” later covered by Motown artist Charlene.
This 2-CD set, with stellar liner notes by renowned writer Kevin Goins, was originally reissued on SoulMusic Records in 2012 and is being re-released through popular demand.
THIS MOTHER’S DAUGHTER: 1 From You To Me To You; 2 Love Has Smiled On Us; 3 I Don’t Want A Sometimes Man; Tree Of Life; 5 China; 6 Now; 7 This Mother’s Daughter; 8 He Never Had It So Good; 9 When We Were One; 10 Stay Tuned; I’VE NEVER BEEN TO ME: 11 Flying High; 12 All By Myself; 13 Love Is Alive; 14 Car Of Love; 15 I’ve Never Been To Me; 16 Changes; 17 Patience My Child; 18 Nobody; 19 Here It Comes; 20 Moments