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All-Time Greatest Hits (Re-Recorded Versions)

Mary Wells

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This is the REAL Mary Wells, circa 1977

These are recordings Mary did in 1977 in Nashville for Gusto Records, 4 of which were released in 1978 in a compilation with Dobie Gray re-recordings (My Guy, Two Lovers, The One Who Really Loves You, and You Beat Me To The Punch. Of course, these songs are updated and don’t sound exactly like the originals. Nonetheless, these are nice to have, especially the remake of Your Old Standby which sounds pretty good.

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This woman can sing! Buy this album or else.

Fake

She deosn't look or sound anything like Mary Wells.

Biography

Born: May 13, 1943 in Detroit, MI

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Time and legions of other soul superstars have obscured the fact that for a brief moment, Mary Wells was Motown's biggest star. She came to the attention of Berry Gordy as a 17-year-old, hawking a song she'd written for Jackie Wilson; that song, "Bye Bye Baby," became her first Motown hit in 1961. The full-throated approach of that single was quickly toned down in favor of a pop-soul sound. Few other soul singers managed to be as shy and sexy at the same time as Wells (Barbara Lewis is the only other...
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