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2. Bettye LaVette- I'm Not The One

Bettye LaVette- I'm Not The One

https://www.facebook.com/bettyelavette

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3. Elwood's Radio Teaser - Bettye LaVette

Elwood's Radio Teaser - Bettye LaVette

Elwood welcomes Bettye LaVette. She began her musical career in Detroit in the mid-century heyday of soul music but, strangely, did not achieve fame until 2005. Her latest release is called THANKFUL AND THOUGHTFUL. She also has released a frank autobiography, A WOMAN LIKE ME. She joins Elwood with some GREAT stories. Also, some other (non-Motown!)Detroit music will be played, from John Lee Hooker, Little Willie John, Hank Ballard, and Aretha Franklin. Plus, Martha and the Vandellas, Marvin Gaye and new original jump and jive out of San Francisco: Lost Dog Found. AIR DATES: September 27-28, 2014 www.TheBluesMobile.com

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4. Bettye LaVette - Soul Tambourine [Honest Lee Re-Edit]

Bettye LaVette - Soul Tambourine [Honest Lee Re-Edit]

The funky backbeat to the classic "To The Max" by Stezo gets the Honest Lee treatment Made using GarageBand, Logic Express and Reason I do not own any of the music here and all edits are for personal use only Enjoy!! High Quality DL Link: http://growroom.bandcamp.com/track/soul-tambourine-honest-lee-re-edit

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8. Episode 26 - Bettye LaVette

Episode 26 - Bettye LaVette

It's the final episode of Season 1 and I'm signing off in style with my guest this week, the spectacular Bettye LaVette. Bettye has a memory like a steel trap and an engaging and self-deprecating way about hr that makes for great storytelling. Since her first single "My Man - He's a Lovin' Man" in 1962 at age sixteen, Bettye has had a career full of ups and downs, and as she tells it, more downs than ups in the first forty! But in those years she managed to drift on and off Atlantic Records 5 times, and at one point, due to some questionable advice, actually asked legendary producer Jerry Wexler to be let off the label. He handed her $500 and told her she'd need it! Growing up in Detroit, and learning to sing in her parents' living room while they were selling booze to the locals, as well as the touring gospel groups of the day (Sam Cooke used to drop in for refreshments), Bettye developed an incredible voice and a desire to get out and perform. Some early success put her on the road with Ben E King, Clyde McPhatter, James Brown, and Otis Redding, but every success seemed to be followed by disappointment with some bad timing, poor promotion, and sketchy advice. It really wasn't until the mid-2000's that Bettye found a new audience and since then has made a string of incredible records with producers like Joe Henry and Patterson Hood with the Drive By Truckers. Her recent book "A Woman Like Me" tells her story, but as always, it's more fun hearing them straight from her! Bettye's latest album is called "Worthy" and is well worth seeking out. Thank you for listening to the show and being a fantastic audience. I'll return soon for Season 2 - stay tuned, and please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes!

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9. Bettye Lavette - A Woman Like Me - When A Woman's Had Enough

Bettye Lavette - A Woman Like Me - When A Woman's Had Enough

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10. Yours And Mine - The Dynamites Feat. Charles Walker and Bettye LaVette

Yours And Mine - The Dynamites Feat. Charles Walker and Bettye LaVette

OTS-0070 Yours And Mine b/w Serendipity Yours And Mine is performed by The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker and Bettye LaVette. It is the A-side on the upcoming Outta Sight Records/Gemco 7" single, dist. by Redeye.

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11. Bettye LaVette - Damn Your Eyes

  • Published: 2010-07-05T00:37:05Z
  • By spindizzy
Bettye LaVette - Damn Your Eyes

Superb live recording by the other Queen of Soul.

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13. "Everything Is Broken" by Bettye LaVette (Live)

Bob Dylan cover on The Tonight Show september 2012

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14. Bettye LaVette - Waiting For Tommorow (Frays New York Edit)

Bettye LaVette - Waiting For Tommorow (Frays New York Edit)

New re-edit of this soul classic

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16. Bettye Lavette - Let me down easy (Beatje Bell remix)

Bettye Lavette - Let me down easy (Beatje Bell remix)

a Remix of a great track by Miss Bettye Lavette

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17. Let Me Down Easy // Bettye Lavette // Bianca Antoinette Cover

Let Me Down Easy // Bettye Lavette // Bianca Antoinette Cover

Let Me Down Easy // Bettye Lavette // Bianca Antoinette Cover

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18. Bettye LaVette - Joy (Music Box 2/12/15)

  • Published: 2015-02-13T11:28:51Z
  • By kctaper
Bettye LaVette - Joy (Music Box 2/12/15)

Recorded February 12, 2015 at the Music Box Supper Club in Cleveland Ohio, BETTYE LAVETTE covers the Lucinda Williams song JOY Posted as an mp3 for your portable listening ease.

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