The list author says: "Yes this is the same Carol Woods you've seen on TV in Parent Hood, on Law & Order, and The Practice episode - Neighboring Species in which some fool didn't want to hear her sing.
The magic of her stage performances in shows such as Chicago,Smokey Joe's Cafe,One Mo Time, Follies, Blues In The Night Stepping Out , Big River ,The Full Monty and The Goodbye Girl is something that needs to be experienced "Live" .
The 50th Grammy Awards telecast allowed all of America to do just that.experience her "Live" performance of Let It Be. It is sure to bring her to the attention of even more people than the film version.
For the Carol Woods newbies out there here's a guide to what else she's done that's available through Amazon"
"Inspired by Barak Obama's historic campaign and first released January 20 2009 in a Limited Inaugural Edition. At long last Julie Gold's patriotic song makes it's recording debut. Carol Woods infuses it with a gospel influence similar to her version of Let It Be."
"If you only add one thing from this list to your collection make it this one. The majority of the material is arranged for these "Bosom Budies" to duet.The medley of Do Right Woman/I'm A Woman and their finale of I Am Changing will blow you away. Also contains Carol's stunning solo version of Hey There"
"She reprises her Broadway role of Rose one of the Tap Dancers in Mavis's (Liza Minnelli) class. This under rated film needs to be released on DVD. Although only Liza sings in the movie the "Show" segments were filmed before a live Benefit Audience. I was lucky enough to be there when Carol warmed up the audience."
"Carol Woods sings Carol Hall with an all star Broadway Gospel Chorus Do You Know What I Mean - (with Carol Woods, featuring Adriane Lenox/Eliseo Roman/Nyjah Moore Westbrooks/La-Rita Gaskins/Emanuel Gatewood/Marva Hicks/Joseph Joubert/Michael McElroy/Billy Porter/Brandon Lewis/Nathan Lee Graham/Aisha de Haas/Laura Dean"
"OK! We all know Santa Baby will always be synonymous with Ms Kitt but in this recording taken from another in the series of live radio broadcast you get the rare opportunity to hear it covered by Carol Woods."