Label: 20th Century Fox Records - TFS 4171 • Series: Popular Series - TFS 4171 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul
If Wells' brief stint with 20th Century had been a total misdirected failure, it would be easier to dismiss. It wasn't, though.
Wells continued to deliver pop-flavored soul in just as good Everlovin Boy - Mary Wells - Mary Wells voice as ever, and in fact had a few small hits. The problem is not so much approach as quality. Her material, though not bad, lacked the special magic of her best Motown classics; the production was somewhat thinner as well.
This track anthology assembles her best 20th Century performances, including her singles some of them previously unavailable on albumsongs from her first 20th Century LP, and three previously unreleased songs. Though it's principally of interest to Wells fans, it's better than you might expect, worth hearing for the pleasure of Wells' voice if not the average material.
Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date February, Everlovin Boy - Mary Wells - Mary Wells Listing. Ain't It the Truth. Louis R. Mary Wells.
Stop Takin' Me for Granted. How Can I Forget Him. Use Your Head. Everlovin' Boy. Rudy Clark. Jive Guy. Deon Jackson. My Mind's Made Up. We're Just Two of a Kind. He's Good Enough for Me. Bob Goodman. Never, Never Leave Me. He's a Lover. Me Without You.
I'm Learnin'. I'm Sorry. Adam Moseley. Say What You Gotta Say. Memories Are Creeping up on Me. Time After Time. Ain't It the Truth There You Go (Vocal) - Edwin Starr - There You Go R.
Everlovin' Boy Rudy Clark. Jive Guy Deon Jackson. Me Without You Deon Jackson. I'm Learnin' R. I'm Sorry Adam Moseley.
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