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I've Got My Own Hell to Raise

by Bettye LaVette

I've Got My Own Hell to Raise by Bettye LaVette

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I've Got My Own Hell to Raise

by Bettye LaVette

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Label: Anti/Epitaph
One of 2005's best releases, this aptly-titled album matches the soul legend with songs written by female songwriters, from Sinead O'Connor to Aimee Mann. LaVette's incendiary reading of Lucinda Williams' "Joy" alone rocks a million times harder and truer than anything the Stones have done in years, while she sends Dolly's "Little Sparrow" deep in a dark, devilish bayou.

About This Album

One of 2005's best releases, this aptly-titled album matches the soul legend with songs written by female songwriters, from Sinead O'Connor to Aimee Mann. LaVette's incendiary reading of Lucinda Williams' "Joy" alone rocks a million times harder and truer than anything the Stones have done in years, while she sends Dolly's "Little Sparrow" deep in a dark, devilish bayou.

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About This Album

One of 2005's best releases, this aptly-titled album matches the soul legend with songs written by female songwriters, from Sinead O'Connor to Aimee Mann. LaVette's incendiary reading of Lucinda Williams' "Joy" alone rocks a million times harder and truer than anything the Stones have done in years, while she sends Dolly's "Little Sparrow" deep in a dark, devilish bayou.