|2||So Good Looking|
|4||Road House Blues|
|5||White Girl Lost In The Blues|
|6||The Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar|
|8||Muddy Water Blues|
|9||The Brighter Side|
|10||Out Of The Rain|
Electric Lady (Elkie Brooks album). Electric Lady is an album by Elkie Brooks. Recorded between 2004 and 2005 at Slave to the Rhythm Studios, it was released on CD in 2005 by Swing Cafe. Little to no promotion and a small distribution meant that the album failed to enter the charts, though it made an impact on the UK independent album charts. Electric Lady" (Elkie Brooks, Jermaine Jordan) – 3:59. So Good Looking" (Brooks, Jordan) – 3:28.
Amazing is an album by Elkie Brooks. Recorded in 1996 and released on CD and cassette in 1996 through Carlton Classics, the album reached number 49 and remained in the UK charts for 2 weeks. Nights in White Satin". Paint Your Pretty Picture". Will You Write Me a Song". It All Comes Back on You".
Elkie Brooks (born Elaine Bookbinder, 25 February 1945) is an English singer. She was a vocalist with the bands Dada and Vinegar Joe, and later became a solo artist. She gained her biggest success in the late 1970s and 1980s, releasing 13 UK Top 75 singles, and reached the top ten with "Pearl's a Singer", "Sunshine After the Rain" and the title track of the album No More the Fool. She has been nominated twice for Brit Awards.
Electric Lady is an album by Elkie Brooks. Recorded between 2004 and 2005 at Slave to the Rhythm Studios, it was released on CD in 2005 by Swing Cafe Track listing. Try Harder" (Brooks, Jordan) – 3:29. Roadhouse Blues" (Morrison, Densmore, Manzarek, Kreiger) – 4:59
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