Joan Armatrading :: Woncha Come On Home

Joan Armatrading reached newfound commercial heights with the release of her 1976 self-titled album; her third lp at that time and first working with producer Glyn Johns. The record featured Armatrading’s sole Top 10 single, the soaring and majestic "Love and Affection" - a track that firmly planted her as a pop star, albeit one who could blend that loose term with soul, folk, jazz and r&b. Armatrading could get high and she could get low, and preferred to be known first and foremost as a songwriter. On the epic album opener “become a member or log in.