Scherrie Payne - Incredible FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
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DETAILS: Scherrie Payne is the younger sister of well known actress and singer Freda Payne and has been co lead singer with THE SUPREMES from 1973 to 1977. Quite a vita, one might say. But her 1987 solo album „Incredible sank without a trace, despite the high quality pop music included. 670 US$ is the highest price fetched for this gem that I saw and I thought it must be an amazing piece of music. digital album releases April 15, 2019. item ships out within 5 days.
Incredible (Superstar International). Vintage Scherrie Vol I: Remember Who You Are (Altair Records 2016). Over the years Scherrie has loaned her unique and stunning vocals as backing vocalist to many established performers, including her sister Freda Payne, on the following listed albums: Supernatutal High - Freda Payne (Scherrie appears alongside her sister on the song "Storybook Romance", which she composed; Scherrie recorded this herself a year later for the Partners album with Susaye Greene). An Evening With Freda Payne: Live In Concert - Freda Payne
Incredible (XIA album), 2013. Incredible," a 1994 song by M-Beat featuring General Levy. Incredible (Gary Puckett & The Union Gap album), 1968. Incredible, 1987 album by Scherrie Payne. Incredible (Mary Mary album), 2002. Incredible (Clique Girlz album), 2008. Incredible (Ilse DeLange album), 2008. Incredible (XIA album), 2013.
Scherrie Payne (sister). In early 2001, Payne released a new album entitled Come See About Me for the Volt Records label (the title track is a remake of The Supremes' hit).
About Scherrie Payne. b. 14 November 1944, Detroit, Michigan, USA. The sister of soul singer Freda Payne, Scherrie forsook her teaching position at Detroits Grayling Observatory to join the Glass House. This short-lived band enjoyed a series of minor US hits, the most notable of which was Crumbs Off The Table, a US R&B Top 10 entry in 1969. Several unsuccessful solo singles followed upon the units demise, but Payne achieved a higher profile upon replacing Jean Terrell in the Supremes. After the break-up of the Supremes, Payne made one unsuccessful album with fellow ex-Supreme Susaye Greene, in 1979, before resuming her own career with the single Incredible. She enjoyed club hits in the early 80s with Im Not In Love and One Night Only, and in 1986 recorded a solo album for the Superstar International Records label, which included the minor R&B hit Incredible (with Phillip Ingram).
Redirected from Incredible (disambiguation)). Incredible may refer to: Incredible (Gary Puckett & The Union Gap album), 1968. Incredible" (M-Beat and General Levy song), 1994. Incredible" (Keith Murray song), 1998. Incredible" (The Shapeshifters song), 2006. Incredible" (Celine Dion and Ne-Yo song), 2013.
Perfil: Born on November 14, 1944 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. The younger sister of singer/actress Freda Payne, Scherrie Payne was the co-lead singer of The Supremes from 1973 to 1977. Because of her powerful voice and petite stature of only five-foot-one, she is sometimes referred to as "the little lady with the big voice.
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Written-By – Phillip Ingram
Written-By – Ali-Ollie Woodson, Otis Williams
|A3||On And On
Written-By – Ken Curry, Phillip Ingram
Written-By – Randy Henderson, Ronnie Phillips, Scherrie Payne
|B1||Touch Me Up
Written-By – Rusty Hamilton*, Randy Henderson, Scherrie Payne
|B2||Work It Out
Written-By – Ali-Ollie Woodson
Written-By – Randy Henderson, Scherrie Payne
Written-By – J.G. Hall, Joel Wertman, Luther Rabb
- Backing Vocals – Candi Ghant*, Phillip Ingram, Scherrie Payne
- Executive-Producer – Dr Bob Ferguson*, Thomas Kennedy
- Producer – Wayne Henderson
|SSLP-52, Everland 045LP||Scherrie Payne||Incredible (LP, RE, Rei)||Superstar International Records, The Everland Music Group||SSLP-52, Everland 045LP||US||1987|
|SSLP-52, Everland 045CD||Scherrie Payne||Incredible (CD)||Superstar International Records, The Everland Music Group||SSLP-52, Everland 045CD||US||1987|