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Artist: Barbara Lewis Album: The Many Grooves Of Barbara Lewis Genre: Soul/Funk Origin: USA Released: 1993 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps. 2:43) Do I Deserve It Baby (2:28) Ask The Lonely (3:13) Why Did It Take You So Long (2:46) That’s The Way I Like It (3:04).
Although this late-'60s album isn't nearly as well known as Barbara Lewis' poppier mid-'60s hits, this is excellent sweet soul that avoids slickness. Still working with producer Ollie McLaughlin, Lewis recorded this set of strong soul-pop in Chicago. The slightly updated, gutsier tone of the arrangements did nothing to obscure her characteristically smooth and assured delivery.
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Album by Barbara Lewis. Windmills of Your Mind. was sampled in. The Militia by Gang Starr feat. Big Shug and Freddie Foxxx (1998). Dying With Your Boots On by Scarface (1993). is a cover of. The Windmills of Your Mind by Noel Harrison (1968). see 2 more connections. Go Premium! Happy to see ads on our site?
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Like Martha Reeves, Barbara Lewis was born in Detroit. Discovered by Oille McLaughlin, the talent scout who also discovered Del Shannon, she hit in 1963 with Hello Stranger (US No 3 hit). For Atlantic she also charted with Puppy Love, Make Me Your Baby, Make Me Belong To You and (almost as timeless as Hello Stranger) Baby I'm Yours. Barbara Lewis had retired from the music business by 1967 but her 1970 album for Stax-subsidiary label Enterprise (ENS 1006) was a fine coda to her earner Atlantic material
|A1||Baby That's A No No|
|A2||Windmills Of Your Mind|
|A4||How Can I Tell|
|A6||Oh, Be My Love|
|B1||Just The Way You Are Today|
|B3||But You Know I Love You|
|B4||You Made Me A Woman|
|B6||Do I Deserve It Baby|
- Marketed By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Distributed By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
- Arranged By, Conductor – Mike Terry
- Artwork By [Art Direction] – Paula Bard
- Engineer [Master Engineer, Tera Shirma Studio, Detroit, Mich.] – Russ Terrana, Jr.*
- Photography – Ted Robinson
- Photography [Photographic Effect] – Renate Taylor
- Producer – Ollie McLaughlin
- Recorded By [Recording Engineer] – Stuart P. Walder*
NotesOn the sleeve:
The Many Grooves Of Barbara Lewis
(1E 062 0 91476)
An Enterprise Recording
Recorded at: 8 Track Recording Co., Illinois
E.M.I Records (The Gramophone Company Ltd.) Hayes • Middlesex • England
Made and printed in Great Britain
Printed and made by Garrod & Lofthouse
On the labels
Many Grooves Of Barbara Lewis
(An Enterprise Recording)
Made in Great Britain
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Printer's code / date): 7007 TPS
|ENS 1006||Barbara Lewis||The Many Grooves Of Barbara Lewis (LP, Album)||Enterprise||ENS 1006||US||1970|
|S-12.240||Barbara Lewis||El Soul De Barbara Lewis (LP, Album)||Movieplay||S-12.240||Spain||1970|
|ENS 1006||Barbara Lewis||The Many Grooves Of Barbara Lewis (LP, Album)||Stax||ENS 1006||Canada||1970|
|ENS 1006||Barbara Lewis||The Many Grooves Of Barbara Lewis (LP, Album, Promo)||Enterprise||ENS 1006||US||1970|
|2325 027||Barbara Lewis||The Many Grooves Of Barbara Lewis (LP, Album, Promo)||Stax||2325 027||Germany||1970|