Initially released on Sonia E. Pottinger’s highly respected High Note Records in 1981, Sonya Spence’s Sings Love LP was relatively overlooked at the time her album came out. Sent on her final journey in 2007, the one-woman band leaves us with a legacy of exception.
However, time and a small first pressing has made it an object of desire for collectors, deejays and lovers all around the world. And, though it was shamelessly bootlegged throughout history, it is the first that time that this bliss of an LP gets the official reissue treatment on wax, with the love and respect it deserves.
Beyond classic tracks Let The Flow On Baby, Where is the love and the reggae gem Fantasy, this 10-tracker abounds with treasures, some of which cannot be found on the internet.