Track 11 'Work to be Done' - vocal, arrangement
Singer, actress, author, 60's 'IT" Girl and pioneer of gay rights.
Hailed as a diva on the British cabaret scene since the '60's, from glam rock, jazz, blues and torch songs
to self-penned vignettes - rich in the social commentary of swinging 6o's London where she first made her mark.
Polly recorded a number of notable singles between 1963 1973. In 1969 her first album
POP-LORE ACCORDING TO THE ACADEMY was released by MORGAN BLUE TOWN.
Pollys album Liberated Woman was released by Decca in 1973 in conjunction with her book of the same name.
The opening track, ' Coochie-Coo' (also released as a single), was abruptly banned by BBC radio due to the content of the lyrics.
In the 21st Century, Polly's music is being discovered by a whole new generation thanks to iTunes re-releasing her music.
' Work To Be Done' is a perfect example of how Luang Por is interested in artists of every genre to interpret his words and music.
Polly visited Thamkrabok in 2004 and after an impromptu performance in Luang Por's garden,
he invited her to interpret some of his songs in her style.
Since then she has been a regular visitor , and supporter of Thamkrabok.