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Judee Sill's second and last album released during her short life plays with early-'70s California canyon twang thanks in part to her being accompanied by some of the genre's luminaries, like Flying Burrito Brothers bassist Chris Ethridge, banjo man Doug Dillard, steel-guitar guru Buddy Emmons, and Spooner Oldham on the keys. But Sill was reticent to be lumped in with country rock, choosing instead to describe her music here as "country-cult-baroque," a much more apt title since she handled these string arrangements and most of the lyrics were still touching on her fascination with Christian theology and the occult. Battling with the heroin addiction that would take her life shortly after, songs like the beautifully haunting "The Kiss" and "The Donor" best exemplify the troubled brilliance that put Heart Food in the same cannon as Big Star's Third - Sister Lovers. Even the sunny-sounding opener "There's A Rugged Road" (covered by Shawn Colvin in 1994) is contrasted with lyrics about hunger and fading hope. The remastering of Heart Food highlights every nuance and texture, especially on the bonus instrumental, "Jig."

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This lady is extraordinarily talented and soulful. A genuine achievement.

A great musician and great friend

Judee was a great lady and good friend. Judy went to Valley Junior College in Los Angeles and we were both in Mrs Harris music classes. the cafeteria a Valley junior around lunch time had some of the future great musicians of the late 1960's and 1970's playing and writing music during lunch. A great time was had by all. I have missed Judee, a good friend once you got beyond her shyness and wonderful musician and writer

Truly Gifted

The good ones seem to leave us too soon! If you do not know her work look her up on Wikipedia. I'm sure you will be surprised by the people she know work with and admired her work. Someone from Grey's Anatomy should discover her work.


Born: October 7, 1944 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s

A singer/songwriter with deeply religious overtones and a penchant for the occult, Judee Sill is one of rock's more interesting and lesser-known stories. The daughter of old Hollywood money, Sill's father died when she was just a child, and her brother died in a car crash soon after, leading to a bleak outlook on life that she expressed in an arty, disaffected attitude. She disliked her stepfather and condemned her mother for remarrying; as a quiet form of vengeance, Sill set out to travel America...
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