Betty Everett - Hey Lucinda/My Love To Lean On FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Hey Lucinda/My Love To Lean On
Style: Soul, Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1107 mb
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Betty Everett (November 23, 1939 – August 19, 2001) was an American soul singer and pianist, best known for her biggest hit single, the million-selling "Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)", and her duet "Let It Be Me" with Jerry Butler, in which Jerry sings "without your sweet love, Betty, what would life be?". Everett began playing the piano and singing gospel music in church at the age of nine. She moved to Chicago in 1957 to pursue a career in secular music.
Label Category Country Year. ZS8 1520 Betty Everett Hey Lucinda (7", Mono, Promo) Sound Stage 7 ZS8 1520 US. 1976.
Watch the video for My Love from Betty Everett's Mr. Dixon's Workshop for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Betty Everett (b. November 23, 1939, Greenwood, Mississippi - d. August 19, 2001, Beloit, Wisconsin) was an African-American R&B singer and pianist. View full artist profile.
Let It Be Me" is a popular song originally published in French in 1955 as "Je t'appartiens" interpreted by Gilbert Bécaud. It became popular worldwide with an English version by The Everly Brothers and later with the duet by Betty Everett and Jerry Butler. Je t'appartiens" was a French hit in 1955. The score was written and first recorded by Gilbert Bécaud. The lyrics were penned in French by Pierre Delanoë. In 1955 it was a hit for Bécaud and in 1956 was rerecorded by Les Compagnons de la chanson.
Betty Everett sang gospel growing up in Greenwood, MS, before relocating to Chicago and moving into secular music. She began recording for Cobra in 1958, then joined Vee-Jay in the early '60s and starte. ead Full Biography.
Jerry Butler & Betty Everett.
Lyrics to "Lean On Me" song by Bill Withers: Sometimes in our lives We all have pain, we all have sorrow.
Whoa Black Betty, bambalam Whoa Black Betty, bambalam. Shes from Birmingham, bambalam Way down in Alabama, bambalam The way she shake that thing, bambalam Oh she make me sing, bambalam. Whoa Black Betty, bambalam Whoa Black Betty, bambalam. Monday she got me arrested On Tuesday up in jail Wednesday my trail was attested Thursday she posted my bail Friday we went walking Saturday I was outta my door On Sunday we was talkin Back on Monday she pawned all my clothes.
|My Love To Lean On|
|Sound Stage 7 1520||Betty Everett||Hey Lucinda/My Love To Lean On (7")||Sound Stage 7||Sound Stage 7 1520||1976|
|ZS8 1520||Betty Everett||Hey Lucinda (7", Mono, Promo)||Sound Stage 7||ZS8 1520||US||1976|