A lot of the artist on these pages recorded only a few numbers but I think Claudia Whitten is the first to have had only one side of a 45 issued. So the bluesy ballad Bring Me All The Love You've Got offers the sole opportunity to hear her expressive delivery and fine sense of dynamics. Like almost all the tracks that producer Ned Towns released on his Skillet label out of Little Rock, AR the accompaniment is spare to say the least. Just piano, guitar, bass and drums can be heard here so the onus is put firmly on the vocalist to generate the emotional impact. And Claudia does that really well.
Bring me all the love you’ve got ~ SKILLET 3609 (Reverse by Ned Towns) (1968?)