Slapping the bass gives an edgy intro to Rebecca Angel’s vocals in the new take on “For What It’s Worth,” a song that became a protest anthem of the 1960s and has become strangely relevant today. Angel was previously interviewed on this blog here.
Her new single is preceded by the 2018 album “What We Had” that showcases a fresh voice with great range and a touch of samba, a touch of syncopation and a bluesy feel.
For more information visit www.rebeccaangel.net.
Photo courtesy of and with permission of the artist.
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