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The Lewis Sisters (The Singing School Teachers) - You Need Me Album

The Lewis Sisters (The Singing School Teachers) - You Need Me Album
Performer: The Lewis Sisters (The Singing School Teachers)
Title: You Need Me
Country: US
Genre: Soul & Funk / Pop
Style:Soul, Ballad
Released: 1965
Catalog number: V.I.P.-25024
Label: V.I.P.
MP3 album szie: 2905 mb
FLAC album size: 2869 mb

Tracklist

1Moonlight On The Beach
Written-By, Producer – B. Gordy, Jr., R. Gordy
2:48
2You Need Me
Written-By, Producer – Berry Gordy, Jr.
2:48

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
V.I.P.-25024The Lewis Sisters (The Singing School Teachers) You Need Me ‎(7", Single)V.I.P.V.I.P.-25024US1965
V.I.P.-25024The Lewis Sisters (The Singing School Teachers) You Need Me ‎(7", Single)V.I.P.V.I.P.-25024US1965
V.I.P.-25024The Lewis Sisters You Need Me ‎(7", Single, Promo)V.I.P.V.I.P.-25024US1965
25024The Lewis Sisters You Need Me ‎(7", Single)Tamla Motown25024Germany1965
V.I.P.-25024The Lewis Sisters (The Singing School Teachers) You Need Me ‎(7", Promo)V.I.P.V.I.P.-25024US1965

Notes

Jobete (BMI)
(p) & (c) 1965 Motown Record Corp.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Printed): DM BQB-150303
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Printed): DM BR-QB-150307
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): BQB-150303
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): BR-QB-150307
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Published By – Jobete
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Record Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Motown Record Corporation

Short intro

The singing school teachers with their finest recording for Motown. Lewis Sisters Vip: 25024. Artist Lewis Sisters Label Vip: 25024 Format 45 A side You Need Me B side Moonlight On The Beach Year 65 City detroit, mich Tracklisting Wrote And Produced By Berry Gordy singing school teachers with their finest recording for Motown You Need Me has perfect qualities for todays Northern Motown scene. But got lost in singing school teachers with their finest recording for Motown. Artist Lewis Sisters Label Vip: 25024 Format 45 A side You Need Me B side Moonlight On The Beach Year 65 City detroit, mich Tracklisting Wrote And Produced By Berry Gordy Jr. Flipside Co-wrote By Robert Gordy - SISTERS. Watch the video for You Need Me from The Lewis Sisters's Big Hits & Hard To Find Classics for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Big Hits & Hard To Find Classics. Various Artists. 3,939 listeners. 1 more album featuring this track. LA producer Hal Davis liked the ladies voices a lot, and so they ended up with an artist contract too billed, bafflingly, as The Singing School Teachers even though neither of them were actually teachers, their two Motown singles failed to inspire much interest, despite the direct involvement of Motown president Berry Gordy Jr. and the rare privilege of seeing release. As The Lewis Sisters they issued two singles, the echoey You Need Me, which tried to replicate Phil Spectors vast, haunting and commercially successful girl group sound, and Hes An Odd Ball, which, with its jazzy instrumentation and sultry vocals, is the one to seek out first. Interestingly, the duo were billed as The Singing School Teachers on a couple of releases most likely as a novelty selling point. Neither of The Lewis Sisters singles managed to gain much interest, however, and they would return to writing for other Motown acts. Must hear: Hes An Odd Ball Then listen to: Moo. The Lewis Sisters. ERINALEWIS & KYRALEWIS HALF GREEK X HALF JAMAICAN Insta: thelewissisterss TikTok: thelewissistersss. S COVER jheneaiko Something different for you guys hope your all well and you enjoy The Lewis sisters xo. 15 May . Day 1745873 of lockdown Lounging in misspap . 14 May . Top Songs By The Lewis Sisters. Breakaway Cellarful Of Motown Version. That's All. By Some Chance. You Need Me. Don't Make Me Live Without Your Love. He's An Oddball. Then there were the singing school teachers the Lewis Sisters, whose terrific You Need Me contained Phil Spector-esque amounts of echo the unfortunately named Henry Lumpkin who released three flop singles in the early sixties and Bradford's own Kiki Dee cut a whole album for Tamla Motown in 1969 between a lengthy stint at Fontana and her Elton John-inspired rise. to fame in the seventies. Chris Clark. The Elgins also released an album on the back of their minor double-sided American hit Darling Baby cw Put Yourself In My Place the later was covered with aplomb in Britain b