|A SIDE||Ann Sexton – You’ve Been Gone Too Long|
|B SIDE||Ann Sexton – I Had A Fight With Love|
|GENRE||Northern Soul, 70s Soul|
Ann Sexton – You’ve Been Gone Too Long / I Had A Fight With Love DEMO 45 (Outta Sight) 7″ Vinyl
Ann Sexton – You’ve Been Gone Too Long
Ann Sexton – I Had A Fight With Love
(MARY) ANN SEXTON was born in South Carolina in 1950 and is the cousin of Northern Soul hero Chuck Jackson. She launched herself onto the soul scene at the dawn of the seventies as ‘Ann Sexton and the Masters Of Soul’ alongside her husband, saxophonist Melvin Burton.
Her debut disc “You’ve Been Gone Too Long” (featured here) was originally released in 1971 on the local ‘Impel’ label before being picked up by John Richburg for his ‘Seventy 7’ imprint. It was quickly adopted by the UK Northern Soul clubs, notably Blackpool Mecca and Wigan Casino, and has remained a perennial dance floor favourite.
We also feature the wonderful “I Had A Fight With Love” taken from her 1977 album ‘The Beginning’. Finally, this dynamic groove makes it to 45. Another great reason to buy this 50th Anniversary disc.
• Crossover Masterpiece
• 50th Anniversary Special Edition
• First Ever 45 Release For The Magnificent “I Had A Fight With Love”
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