Mary Wells - The Complete 20th Century Fox Recordings FLAC album
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Early life and initial recordings. Mary Esther Wells was born near Detroit's Wayne State University on May 13, 1943, to a mother who worked as a domestic, and an absentee father. One of three children, she contracted spinal meningitis at the age of two and struggled with partial blindness, deafness in one ear and temporary paralysis. Mary Wells is the self-titled sixth studio album released by Mary Wells. The album was her first album with 20th Century Fox, a year after she left her old label, Motown, the label that she had produced its first hits with.
Wells' early Motown recordings reflected a rougher R&B sound than the smoother style of her biggest hits. Wells became the first Motown female artist to have a Top 40 pop single after the Mickey Stevenson-penned doo-wop song "I Don't Want to Take a Chance" hit in June 1961. In the fall of that year, Motown issued her first album and released a third single, the bluesy ballad "Strange Love". Wells made friends with all four Beatles and later released a tribute album, Love Songs to the Beatles, in mid-decade. Wells's eponymous first 20th Century Fox release included the first single "Ain't It The Truth", its B-side "Stop Taking Me for Granted", the lone top 40 hit, "Use Your Head" and "Never, Never Leave Me". However, the album flopped, as did the Beatles tribute album she released not too long afterwards.
The Complete 20th Century Fox Recordings CD2 New. 1. 2012. Mary Wells Sings My Guy (Reissued 1986). Servin' Up Some Soul (Vinyl).
The Complete 20th Century Fox Recordings CD2. Mary Wells - The Complete 20th Century Fox Recordings CD2 SoulSoul. Release source: CD. Year: 2012.
20th Century Fox Records, also known as 20th Fox Records and 20th Century Records, was a wholly owned subsidiary of film studio 20th Century Fox. The history of the label actually covers three distinct 20th Century Fox-related operations in the analog era, ranging chronologically from about 1938 to 1981. 20th Century Fox Film Corporation was formed through the merger of Darryl F. Zanuck's Twentieth Century Pictures with the Fox Film Corporation on May 31, 1935.
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20th Century Fox, in full 20th Century Fox Film Corporation, also spelled Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, formerly (1935–85) Twentieth Century–Fox Film Corporation, major American film studio formed in 1935 by the merger of Twentieth Century Pictures and the Fox Film Corporation. Since 2019 it has been a subsidiary of the Disney Company. Twentieth Century–Fox almost foundered after the box-office failure of its enormously expensive epic Cleopatra (1963), and Zanuck was brought back to serve as chief executive in place of Spyros Skouras (1942–62). Zanuck risked the company’s remaining fortunes on another epic, The Longest Day (1962), whose commercial success kept the company alive.
|1-1||Never, Never Leave Me||2:46|
|1-2||He's A Lover||2:39|
|1-3||Stop Takin' Me For Granted||2:14|
|1-4||Use Your Head||2:10|
|1-5||We're Just Two Of A Kind||2:21|
|1-6||My Mind's Made Up||2:31|
|1-7||Why Don't You Let Yourself Go||2:24|
|1-9||Ain't It The Truth||2:59|
|1-10||He's Good Enough For Me||2:29|
|1-11||How Can I Forget Him||2:29|
|1-12||Time After Time||2:57|
|1-14||Me Without You||2:32|
|1-17||Say What You Gotta Say||2:24|
|1-18||Memories Are Creepin' Up On Me||3:15|
|Love Songs To The Beatles|
|2-1||He Loves You||2:45|
|2-2||All My Lovin'||2:41|
|2-3||Please Please Me||2:24|
|2-4||Do You Want To Know A Secret||2:38|
|2-5||Can't Buy Me Love||2:01|
|2-6||I Should Have Known Better||2:16|
|2-8||Eight Days A Week||2:11|
|2-9||And I Love Him||3:18|
|2-10||Ticket To Ride||2:00|
|2-12||I Saw Him Standing There||2:31|
- Artwork, Design – Roger Williams
- Liner Notes – Kevin Goins*
- Reissue Producer – David Nathan
- Remastered By [Digitally] – Alan Wilson
NotesTwo Original Classic Soul Albums (2-CD Set) PLUS BONUS TRACKS
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