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Mary Wells The One Who Really Loves You

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Mary Wells: The One Who Really Loves You

(2014/Soul Jam) 20 tracks 1960-1962 51:24

(2014/Soul Jam) 20 tracks 1960-1962 51:24



Wells, Mary - The One Who Really Loves You CD 1
1: The One Who Really Loves You
2: Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right
3: You Beat Me To The Punch
4: I've Got A Notion
5: The Day Will Come
6: Strange Love
7: You're My Desire
8: I'll Still Be Around
9: She Don't Love You
10: Drifting Love
11: Two Lovers Bonus Tracks
12: Old Love
13: (You Can) Depend On Me
14: Come To Me
15: Shop Around
16: Old Love [Alternate Take]
17: Operator
18: You Lost The Sweetest Boy
19: Bad Boy
20: I've Got A Story


Artikeleigenschaften von Mary Wells: The One Who Really Loves You

  • Interpret: Mary Wells

  • Albumtitel: The One Who Really Loves You

  • Format CD
  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Soul
  • Music Style Soul
  • Music Sub-Genre 254 Soul
  • Title The One Who Really Loves You
  • Release date 2014
  • Label SOUL JAM

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Soul

  • EAN: 8436542014915

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Wells, Mary"

Mary Wells

My Guy

Mary Wells

My Guy

Ever since Smokey Robinson took over the production reins for Motown queen Mary Wells' output, the precocious chanteuse could do no wrong. Under Smokey's creative control, Wells posted three 1962 smashes, The One Who Really Loves You, You Beat Me To The Punch, and the coy Two Lovers, all employing refreshing Caribbean-tinged rhythms. 1963 kept the momentum rolling as Mary cooed Smokey's Laughing Boy, Your Old Standby, and What's Easy For Two Is So Hard For One, while Holland-Dozier-Holland wrote the hit You Lost The Sweetest Boy on the opposite side of the latter. 

But Smokey saved his best for last: My Guy gave Wells her long-awaited number one pop hit (R&B too). Wells was more seductive than ever after the stately horn intro, lifted directly from Eddie Heywood's Canadian Sunset. Bassist James Jamerson is incredible throughout but especially on the last breaks, while the Andantes, Motown's indispensable trio of female backing vocalists, add sassy retorts. Motown boss Berry Gordy appreciated their role in the tune's success. "He gave us a bonus of $500," says The Andantes' Louvain Demps. "That was the first bonus we ever got!" 

But there were storm clouds looming. Despite the mammoth success of My Guy and Mary's concurrent double-sided hit duet with Marvin Gaye, Wells' husband Herman Griffin, a former Motown artist, apparently persuaded Mary that she could do better elsewhere. Because she signed her contract prior to her 21st birthday, Mary managed to slip free, inking a pact with 20th Century Fox Records. It was a major tactical error. Wells managed a handful of decent sellers for the label and a #6 R&B entry on Atco in 1966 with Dear Lover (produced by Carl Davis), but she never scaled the heights she had at Hitsville.  Mary ended up on the oldies circuit until throat cancer robbed her of her most precious possession. She died at 49 on July 26, 1992.

- Bill Dahl -

Various - Sweet Soul Music

31 Scorching Classics From 1964

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