Canadian blues singer/songwriter Nanette Workman started her recording career in 1966. In 1969 she moved to England and sang backup vocals on “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and “Country Honk”, on the Rolling Stones’ 1969 album Let it Bleed, and on the Stones’ 1969 single, “Honky Tonk Woman.”
This obscure album, originally recorded and released in 1977, is a salute to her southern blues roots. She is joined by her friend Peter Frampton on guitar; Jim Price and Bobby Keys on trumpet and sax; Andy Brown on bass and keyboards; Mike Kelli on drums; Madeline Bell, Doris Troy and Lisa Strike performing background vocals.
We acquired this recording in 2006 and we have digitally remastered it. This is a great blues/rock album.
This is Nanette Workman & Peter Frampton – “Friends”.