Buffy Sainte-Marie "Changing Woman" LP (1975)
Details: Buffy Sainte-Marie's eleventh studio album, "Changing Woman," released in 1975 on MCA Records. Cut-copy, top-right corner. Some ring wear, yellowing, and other marks and wear on opening. The material on the cover is made up of a textured matte (not gloss). Very natural feel to the cover, but seems to easily pick up dirt/wear. Beautiful and original/interesting textured design, though.
Description: "In 1974 I made a record with Norbert Putnam called “Changing Woman”, which took its title from this song. I’d been spending time with Apache and Navajo friends, and their beautiful religious poetry inspired me in many ways." - Buffy Sainte-Marie
"Changing Woman was Buffy Sainte-Marie's eleventh studio album and her second and last for MCA Records.
Whereas her other MCA album, Buffy had been a continuation of the style of her last Vanguard albums, She Used to Wanna Be a Ballerina, Moonshot and Quiet Places, Changing Woman was a return to electronic sounds as on her 1992 comeback Coincidence and Likely Stories."
Grade: VG (Cover) / NM (Record)
TRACK LISTING SIDE A:
A1. Eagle Man/Changing Woman
A2. Can't You See The Way I Love You
A3. Love's Got To Breathe And Fly
A4. You Take Me Away
A5. 'Til I See You Again
TRACK LISTING SIDE B:
B1. Mongrel Pup
B2. The Beauty Way
B3. Nobody Will Ever Know It's Real But You
B4. All Around The World
B5. A Man