Aug 16, 2013

Re-post: Birtha - Birtha (1972) / Can't Stop The Madness (1973)

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Birtha was one of the leading female rock bands performing during the early 1970's.  The band consisted of four women: Shele Pinizzotto ( guitar), Rosemary Butler (bass), Sherry Hagler (keyboards) and Liver Favela (drums).  All four members of the group performed lead vocals and harmonies.
Liver was the last member to join Birtha in 1968.   The group immediately started playing the club circuit  and toured from  California to Alaska.  From 1968 to 1971 Birtha worked to tighten and refine their rock sound and in 1971 they started writing  their own material.   Most of the material was written by Birtha, but there were a few songs  which were written in partnership with other parties including,  Mark Wickman and Gabriel Mckler... Read more

Birtha (1972):
1. Free Spirit
2. Fine Talking Man
3. Tuesday
4. Feeling Lonely
5. She Was Good To Me
6. Work On A Dream
7. Too Much Woman

8. Judgement Day
9. Forgotten Soul

Can't Stop The Madness (1973):
10. Can't Stop The Madness
11. My Pants Are Too Short
12. Freedom
13. Let Us Sing
14. Don't Let It Get You Down

15. (When Will Ya) Understand
16. Rock Me
17. All This Love
18. Sun
19. My Man Told Me

Sherry Hagler - keyboards
Shele Pinizzotto - guitar
Rosemary Butler - bass, vocals
Olivia Favela (Liver) - drums, lead vocals



Anonymous said...

A true jewel --- the two albums... at once!
No madness with Birtha: Rosemary Butler: No problem with her! Girls often make more noise than boys and Birtha was a much better band than...say.... Fanny!
Christina Carter.

Jones Junior said...

Could you repost? Link are broken. Thanks

hanalex said...

@Jones Junior

Read here please