• Syreeta - The Rita Wright Years - Rare Motown 1967-1970 CD
  • Syreeta - The Rita Wright Years - Rare Motown 1967-1970 CD
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Syreeta – The Rita Wright Years – Rare Motown 1967-1970 CD (Kent)

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1. I Can’t Give Back The Love I Feel For You2. Ain’t I Gonna Win Your Love3. It Don’t Mean Nothin’ To Me4. Something On My Mind5. Beware Of A Stranger6. That’s What He Told Me7. I Want To Go Back There Again8. Bad Boy9. Give Back The Good Things10. Hurtin’ Me (Became A Habit)11. Can’t Stop12. Where Is The Love13. Mind, Body And Soul14. You15. Save The Country16. Since You Came Back17. Can You Feel It, Babe18. Love Child19. Where There’s A Will There’s A Way20. Love’s Gone Bad21. Love My Lovin’ Man22. You Made Me Feel Like (Everything Is Alright)23. (Touched) By The Hand Of Love24. May His Love Shine Forever

Weight 120 g
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The Rita Wright Years – Rare Motown 1967-1970

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Syreeta

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One of Motown’s best loved female acts of the 70s and 80s finally receives a long overdue overview of her first recordings from 1967-70.n nThese tracks were recorded when Syreeta was still being marketed by Motown as Rita Wright. Only two were issued at the time of recording. A formidable 17 are seeing the light of day here for the first time. She was teamed with many of Motown’s top producers of the period, including Ashford & Simpson, Holland-Dozier-Holland, Hal Davis, Hank Cosby and her future husband Stevie Wonder. All brought top-drawer material to the table in the hope of finding her a hit.n nThe CD includes what appears to be a completed and shelved 1970 album for Motown’s Mowest subsidiary, featuring her versions of Motown classics by the Miracles, Chris Clark and Marvin Gaye, among others. Continued interest in Syreeta Wright’s later Motown material is sure to fuel strong demand for this strong package.n nIt features a detailed note and comprehensive annotations from acknowledged Motown expert Keith Hughes.