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Martha Is Now

I first saw Martha perform live Oct. 18, 1980 at the Felt Forum in NYC. I last saw her a few months ago at B.B. King's. For 32 years Martha and I have had a romance going. She just didn't know about it! I can think of no performer today more deserving of wider recognition than this great vocalist. I hope I hear the single IT'S MY TIME on every pop and adult contempory station. Martha has always been more than dance music although if that was all that alone would be enough. But Martha is gospel and Martha is pop and can turn a power ballad with the best of them. And if we are all good boys and girls maybe before the summer we will get a remix of SOMETHING GOOD, say something around 126 bpm with a house feel. Well, one can hope. This album is long overdue, inspiring and appreciated.


thank you.

The Mighty Martha Wash!!!!

The voice - perfection! No gimmicks, no drama, or need for it. As Sylvester used to say "Your ear would have to be in your foot to not know this woman can SING!"


Born: San Francisco, CA

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

An exuberant singer with a huge voice and booming, declarative sound, Martha Wash originally teamed with Izora Armstead. They were known as Two Tons o' Fun when they backed Sylvester and later recorded for Fantasy. They changed their name to the Weather Girls and recorded for Columbia. Wash then began doing session work as a solo singer. She was in the midst of a big flap in the early '90s, as she claimed that the C&C Music Factory didn't credit her for vocals on its huge hit "Gonna Make You Sweat...
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