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Loleatta Holloway – Cry To Me 1975

Loleatta Holloway

She began gospel singing with her mother in the Holloway Community Singers and has recorded with Albertina Walker in The Caravans gospel group. Holloway was also a cast member of the Chicago troupe of Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope. Around this time, she met her future producer, manager, and husband Floyd Smith, and recorded “Rainbow ’71” in 1971, a Curtis Mayfield song Gene Chandler had recorded in 1963. It was initially released on the tiny Apache label, but shortly thereafter got picked up for national distribution by Galaxy Records

A1 Cry To Me
A2 I Know Where You’re Comming From
A3 The Show Must Go On
A4 The World Don’t Owe You Nothing
A5 Just Be True To Me

B1 Something About The Way I Feel
B2 I’ll Be Gone
B3 I Can’t Help Myself
B4 Casanova
B5 H.e.l.p. M.e. M.y. L.o.r.d.

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Cry To Me