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Maxine Brown - Maxine Brown, Irma Thomas & Ronnie Dickerson album mp3
Pop-Soul,Soul,Uptown Soul,Early R&B
  • Performer:
    Maxine Brown
  • Title:
    Maxine Brown, Irma Thomas & Ronnie Dickerson
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Pop-Soul,Soul,Uptown Soul,Early R&B
  • Date of release:
    1964
  • Size FLAC version
    1570 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1883 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1431 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.6
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    640
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Brown and Thomas' cuts are embellished by larger-than-normal ensembles for '60s soul, while Dickerson's tracks, originally release on the budget-minded Pickwick Records, are not as embossed; her whiny delivery is more distinguished than Brown or Thomas' - whines usually are - but isn't as rich or as satisfying.

Don't Mess With My Man. A2. –Betty Everett. Please Love Me. A3. –Maxine Brown. Funny (Pt. 1). B1. 2). B2. –Irma Thomas. Happy I Long To Be. C1.

Maxine Ella Brown (born August 18, 1939) is an American soul and R&B singer. Background and career. Maxine Brown began singing as a child, performing with two New York based gospel groups called the Angelairs and the Royaltones when she was a teenager. In 1960, she signed with the small Nomar record label, who released the deep soul ballad "All in My Mind" (which was written by Maxine) late in the year. The single became a hit, climbing to number two on the US R&B charts (number 19 pop), and it was quickly followed by "Funny", which peaked at number three. Maxine Brown, Irma Thomas & Ronnie Dickerson - Released: 0. 1. Spotlight on Maxine Brown - Released: 0. Maxine Brown's Greatest Hits - Released: 0. We'll Cry Together - Released: 0.

Discover all Maxine Brown's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Baby Take Me (1965) by Chuck Jackson and Maxine Brown. was covered in. Baby Take Me by The Steampacket (1977).

Ella Maxine Brown (April 27, 1931 – January 21, 2019) was an American country music singer who was originally a member of the successful 1950s trio the Browns, before a brief solo career. Brown was born in Campti, Louisiana, to Floyd and Birdie Brown. While she was still a toddler, her family moved to a farm near Sparkman, Arkansas. Encouraged by her parents, she began singing and performing at local venues.

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WAND RECORDS 1965 WDS-663. Recorded At – Bell Sound Studios Engineer – Sam Feldman.

Credits

Maxine Brown - Primary Artist