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Working Woman

by Sandy Stubbert

Recorded in Toronto with producer John Switzer. Sandy Stubbert (vocals / guitar), Chris Patheiger (percussion), Mike Barrington (drums), Kellie Walsh (vocals), Rodney St. Amande (bass). Mostly live of the floor in studio.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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Working Woman is Sandy's signature tune from the 1990s - in praise of working women and autobiographical of Sandy's life in the '90s. She, a country girl at heart, was working in Toronto, ON by day in the Information Technology Industry - wearing business suits and pumps. On nights and weekends and nights it was into jeans to play music. Working Woman is a folk-rock tune recorded mostly live of the floor in studio. This version captures the sound of the amazing band she was part of in the 1990s called Compass - fronted by Sandy Stubbert and Chris Patheiger. Primary members of the band were Sandy Stubbert (guitar / vocals), Kellie Walsh (cello / vocals), Chris Patheiger (vocals / percussion / drums), Rodney St. Amande (bass / vocals). Other guest musicians included Blake Papsin (dobro / mandolin / electric guitar) and Jeff Allan Greenway (piano / keyboards). This is classic Compass in performance - a band forged in 1995 based on strong friendships and a deep love of playing together and having fun. Working Woman demonstrates this in spades.



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