|1.||"She Loves To Hear The Music" (3:23)|
|2.||"Laughter In The Rain" (3:33)|
|3.||"Night & Day" (5:07)|
|4.||"You've Got To Tell Her" (4:23)|
|5.||"One Night Affair" (2:15)|
|1.||"You've Been Loud Too Long" (3:20)|
|2.||"Try Me" (3:29)|
|3.||"My Heart's Too Big For My Head" (3:38)|
|4.||"Call Me" (3:03)|
|5.||"Paper Doll" (3:37)|
After making a name for herself in her native country, Indian singer Asha Puthli found her way to New York where she was introduced to John Hammond of CBS Records. Hammond would then introduce Puthli to Ornette Coleman - whom she collaborated with on his 1971 record Science Fiction. Her work on the album earned widespread praise, leading to a recording deal in Europe. After her self-titled debut in 1973, Puthli headed back into the studio for her sophomore effort in 1975 entitled She Loves To Hear The Music. Merging the pop, avant-garde, jazz and proto-disco influences that her debut contained, it was produced by frequent collaborator Del Newman and featured a wide array of covers ranging from Cole Porter to Van McCoy to Neil Sedaka.
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