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Thomas Stern Deadly Nightshade (band) (1) Deadly Nightshade 11 Sep 21

Any others on the list who appreciated the work of DEADLY NIGHTSHADE?

from their website:
The Deadly Nightshade is a New England-based, all-female band consisting of musicians Pamela Brandt, Anne Bowen and Helen Hooke. As one of the first outspokenly feminist women’s rock bands in the United States, our musical repertoire (and attitude) has expanded over the years to encompass rock, soul, kick-ass country/bluegrass, and whatever else makes us and our audiences feel good.

There were only 2 LP releases of their work, on PHANTOM/RCA.

features Felix Cavaliere, Eric Weissberg, the Brecker Brothers and Leslie West!
"Keep On The Sunny Side; High Flying Woman; Something Blue; Losin' At Love; Someone Down In Nashville; Nose Job; Sweet, Sweet Music; I Sent My Soul To The Laundromat; Shuffle; Dance, Mr. Big, Dance; Blue Mountain Hornpipe; Onions".

Phantom BLP1 1370 F&W (Funky & Western) 1976
"Comin' Thru; Show Me The Way Back Home; I'm Feelin' Fine;
One Day At A Time; Murphy's Bar; Little Old Lady From Pasadena;
Dancing In The Streets; Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (Theme);
No Chicken Today; Johnny The Rock And Roll Star; Ain't I A Woman.

I recently have become aware of an enhanced CD (audio and video) which may interest their fans:

CD BABY                      EP 2012

1                The John Deere Tractor Song   4:01
2                7 Deadly Sins                     5:10
3                Don't The Lovers Ever Win?    3:17
4                She                              6:14
5                The Fairy Tale Dept.              7:16
6                No Rest For The Wicked       3:37
Video 1                High Flying Woman              3:28
Video 2                Shuffle                      3:05
Video 3                Dance, Mr. Big Dance              4:21
Video 4                Ain't I A Woman                     3:36
Video 5                Fiddle Medley                     3:04


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