A hardcore ’60s spirit singer using a salty love of life (aimed mostly on the men in her lifestyle), Laura Lee recorded at Rick Hall’s Popularity Studios in Muscle tissue Shoals for the Chess label, and afterwards for Hot Polish. In tracks like “Needed: Fan, No Experience Required,” “A GUY with Some Backbone,” as well as the anthemic “Women’s Like Rights,” the feminine knowledge was brazenly talked about, debated, kicked around, and, finally, celebrated. Her music laid the groundwork for performers like Millie Jackson and Denise LaSalle to broaden this very pleased, sexy, brash-talking part of “women’s” spirit music. Lee got a country-soul, intimate side aswell, as shown on her behalf splendid version from the Penn-Oldham traditional “Uptight Good Guy.” Lee is usually a fine, flexible, saucy vocalist whose early function deserves more interest. In the first ’80s her music proceeded to go inside a decidedly different path after she considered prayer when going through rays therapy for malignancy. With her recovery obvious, she released a 1983 gospel recording (co-produced by Al Green) entitled Jesus May be the Light of MY ENTIRE LIFE, accompanied by All Power (by Laura Lee with Eternal Light) in 1984. Lee later on dedicated herself to world-wide missionary function and became an ordained minister.