Who was/is Sandy Posey ? - CDs, Vinyl LPs, DVD and more
Sandy Posey (real name Martha Sharp) was born in 1945 in Jasper, Alabama, and in her late teens moved to West Memphis, Arkansas. She did session-work as a back-up singer in Memphis and Nashville, and sang on innumerable records including Percy Sledge's classic 'When A Man Loves A Woman'. She was also a songwriter, and in 1966 began to work with producer Chips Moman. Her first single, 'Born A Woman' (MGM), reached No. 12 in America; the follow-up, `Single Girl', was equally successful and also reached No. 15 in Britain. Her most successful single came in the following year, 1967 CI Take It Back'), preceded and followed by `What A Woman In Love Won't Do' and 'Are You Never Coming Home' respectively. Sandy Posey has a distinctive country voice, although success in the pop charts has eluded her in recent years.
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