Jackie Shane: Any Other Way

Jackie Shane: Any Other Way

By John Paul

Numero Group gathers assorted singles, live recordings and generous liner notes to provide a more complete picture of revolutionary transsexual soul singer Jackie Shane, in the process producing a minor masterpiece of overlooked soul. 23 Oct 2017 // 2:30 AM

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