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On Disc: Singles Reviewed By John E. Abbey

Review by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, March 1970

RECORD OF THE FORTNIGHT ...

Motown: Still Making It?

Comment by Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, November 1970

FOUR years ago, there were a lot of people who made a point of going into their local record shops and asking, can I hear ...

Mary Wells And Her Guy Still Making Hits

Profile and Interview by Roger St. Pierre, NME, August 1972

IT WAS PAST five in the afternoon but Mary Wells was still fast asleep, recovering from the rigours of her whistle stop British tour and ...

Mary Wells: Back On The Right Track

Profile and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, June 1979

Showing every sign of being ready to get right back into the swing of things, we recently had the opportunity to rap with Ms. Mary ...

Mary Wells: Back On The Right Track

Profile and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, June 1979

Showing every sign of being ready to get right back into the swing of things, we recently had the opportunity to rap with Ms. Mary ...

Mary Wells: Teenage Chart-Topper With Motown Style

Retrospective by Bill Millar, History of Rock, The, 1982

Mary Wells helped create the history that surrounds the Motown sound. She was their third chart-topper and the first to achieve international acclaim. But despite ...

Mary Wells: Dear Lover, The Atco Sessions

Sleevenotes by David Nathan, liner notes, 1994

CONSIDERED, for good reason, one of the top black female vocalists of the early to mid-Sixties, the late Mary Wells' initial recordings for Motown Records ...

Mary Wells: Dear Lover - The Atco Sessions

Sleevenotes by David Nathan, revised, for Ichiban Soul Classics, Fall 1994

Mary Wells: The Soul Queen Who Quit Motown. Considered, for good reason, one of the top black female vocalists of the early to mid-'60s, ...

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