Bartees Strange and Lorenzo Wolff Cover Judee Sill’s “The Pearl”: Listen

On March 12, producer and multi-instrumentalist Lorenzo Wolff will release Down Where the Valleys Are Low: Another Otherworld for Judee Sill, a tribute album for the late singer-songwriter Judee Sill. Guests on the album include Bartees Strange, Bobby Hawk, Osei Essed, Mary-Elaine Jenkins, Grace McLean, Kate Ferber, Emily Holden, and Michael Cerveris. Below, listen to Wolff and Bartees Strange’s take on “The Pearl” from Sill’s 1973 album Heart Food.

“I’ve pushed dirtier, more earthbound elements to the forefront, and used Sill’s words and melodies as parts of a portrait illuminating the angry, cruel, beautiful, complicated, dangerous woman that she was,” Wolff said in a press release. “I like to picture Judee listening to this album and telling me to fuck off.”

Read about Judee Sill’s “The Kiss” in Pitchfork’s “The 200 Best Songs of the 1970s.”

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