Category: Rock

You Upset My Soul - Maxine Brown - The EP Collection...Plus (CD)



  1. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for MAXINE BROWN ~ Little Girl Lost / You Upset My Soul - Wand at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Presented here are her first 45s in chronological order which she released between and Her first major hit, "All In My Mind" is now acknowledged as being one of the first soul singles by a female artist. This CD set also includes her very first album 'The Fabulous Sound Of Maxine Brown' which consisted entirely of 45s.
  3. When female R&B stylists of the 's are discussed, Maxine Brown is seldom mentioned. This CD reminded me of her glory days. Maxine was not a one-hit wonder. Many of her songs charted on Billboard. She also had success as a partner with Chuck Jackson. The duo's album was the one of the best of both of their careers/5(6).
  4. One single of note is Maxine’s , Wand Records, take on the Beatles ‘We Can Work It Out’, which was later released on an Ace Records CD release, which was a various artists tribute to the Beatles. Album Discography: ♦ The Fabulous Sound Of Maxine Brown (Wand Records ) ♦ Spotlight On Maxine Brown (Wand Records ).
  5. Maxine Brown Oh No; Not My Baby. Maxine Brown. Oh No; Not My Baby. Born August 18, in Kingstree, South Carolina, Maxine Brown grew up in the New York borough of Queens, singing gospel before going secular with a group called The Manhattans. "The leader of the group said, 'You never donate anything to the group. Here, here's a title.
  6. Now, certainly this is still a fine pop-soul disc from one of the best pop-soul vocalists. Of the material on Spotlight On/Greatest Hits not on that other Kent collection, it ranges from good -- the bluesy "You Upset My Soul," an odd cover of the Beatles ' "We Can Work It Out," the brassy single "Anything You Do Is Alright," a nice.
  7. One of the best -- and certainly one of the most unsung -- soul and R&B vocalists of the s was Maxine Brown, who recorded several impressive singles during the decade for Florence Greenberg's New York-based Wand Records imprint, a subsidiary of Greenberg's Scepter Records, as well as a string of duets with Greenberg's other big R&B star, Chuck Jackson.6/

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