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Album Review

Brown reintroduces Bettye Crutcher's forgettable tune, "Long on Lovin'" which wasThe best is the title tune with its churchy arpeggios and Brown's shrilly wailing of it. "Hearts Are Made to Be Loved" is a tear-jerking midtempo that Brown shrieks through as though it were a personal confession. Then, "Take It Like a Woman" finds her in a feisty mood as she breaks the news to a woman that she's taken her man from her. The remnant is pleasant, mostly in the same midtempo seventies soul style and sure to satisfy Brown's usual connoisseurs.

Biography

Born: 06 January 1947 in West Memphis, AR

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born January 6, 1947, in West Memphis, the Browns moved to St. Louis, MO, when Shirley was very young. Cutting her teeth in church, at the age of ten, she earned a reputation in gospel circles throughout the city for delivering powerful solos. In her late teens, she concentrated on secular music and sung with many of the city's soul singers. Her first recordings, produced by Oliver Sain, did nothing nationally but made some noise locally. "I Ain't Gonna Tell" and "Love Is Built On a Strong Foundation"...
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