The Marvelettes - That's How Heartaches Are Made FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music / Pop music
Title: That's How Heartaches Are Made
Style: Soul, Vocal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1139 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1337 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1951 mb
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The release of their 1969 album, In Full Bloom, failed as did its only single, the remake of Justine Washington's "That's How Heartaches Are Made". Wanda Rogers, who had suffered from a number of personal problems for some time, became unreliable and difficult to work with. Concert scheduling was difficult as she sometimes failed to turn up for performances. As this album featured no other Marvelettes, original member Katherine Anderson refused to participate in appearing on the cover of the album due to what she felt was Motown's disrespect towards her and the group. The album was only a modest hit, reaching on the R&B album charts and featured no charted hit singles. Following this, the group disbanded with Katherine Anderson settling briefly as a staff writer for Motown.
That's How Heartaches Are Made by Marvelettes. That's how, that's how heartaches are made. La la la la la la la la. Ooh, they told me I was such a fool to love you. They say that you're the kind who'll never be true. Pretty soon the day would come. When I'd be the sorry one. But I said that I'm not afraid. Oh, that's how, that's how heartaches are made. I went ahead and my heart opened the door. I gave you so much love no one could want more. You pretended to be mine. How could you be so unkind. With all the other girls you.
That's How Heartaches Are Made. The Truth's Outside My Door. I Have Someone (Who Loves Me Too). At Last I See Love As It Really Is. Now Is the Time for Love. Too Many Tears Too Many Times. That's How Heartaches Are Made. A Breathtaking Guy. No More Tear Stained Make Up. Uptown. Someday We'll Be Together. After All. Our Lips Just Seem to Rhyme Every Time.
Oh, that's how, that's how heartaches are made La la la la la la la la. I went ahead and my heart opened the door I gave you so much love no one could want more You pretended to be mine How could you be so unkind With all the other girls you played with, yeah. That's how, that's how heartaches are made La la la la la la la la. That's how, that's how heartaches are made That's how, that's how heartaches are made . Watch the song video. more tracks from the album. The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 9: 1969.
Producers did not believe that Young's name and voice had enough commercial appeal, and so the album ended up being marketed as a Marvelettes album. The news of the solo album, and its later remarketing as the Marvelettes's final album, so outraged Young's groupmates Katherine Anderson and Ann Bogan that they refused to participate in appearing on the. album's cover due to what they felt was Motown's disrespect towards them and the group in general. That's How Heartaches Are Made" (Bob Halley, Ben Raleigh) (originally recorded by Baby Washington). A Breathtaking Guy" (Robinson) (originally recorded by The Supremes). No More Tear Stained Make Up" (Robinson) (originally recorded by Martha & the Vandellas).
When the Marvelettes’ Please Mr. Postman climbed to the top of the pop charts in 1961, it was not only a hit record, it was the crossover hit an ambitious and feisty little independent label out of Detroit, Motown Records, needed. The rest is history - Marvin Gaye, the Temptations, the Supremes, the Four Tops, Smokey Robinson - the Motown catalog is an endless treasure, and not the least of these is the wonderful recording legacy of the Marvelettes. Bob Halley, Ben Raleigh.
That’s How Heartaches Are Made. The Truth’s Outside My Door. Too Many Tears, Too Many Times. So I Can Love You. Marionette. That’s How Heartaches Are Made. A Breath Taking Guy. No More Tearstained Make Up. Someday We’ll Be Together.
Songs that sampled Baby Washington's That's How Heartaches Are Made: The Crutch by Jamie xx and Gil Scott-Heron (2011). Yeah We Do It by Frost, Big Tank and Omar Cruz (2011). That's How Heartaches Are Made by The Marvelettes (1969). That's How Heartaches Are Made by Deniece Williams and Stevie Wonder (2007).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||That's How Heartaches Are Made
Arranged By – Wade MarcusProducer – Clay McMurrayWritten-By – Raleigh*, Halley*
|B||Don't Mess With Bill
Producer – William Robinson, Jr.Written-By – William Robinson, Jr.
- Manufactured By – N.V. Bovema
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