The Sweet Inspirations - The Sweet Inspirations mp3 album
Title: The Sweet Inspirations
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The Sweet Inspirations is the self-titled debut album by American recording soul/gospel female group the Sweet Inspirations, released in 1967 by Atlantic Records. Led by Cissy Houston, the Sweet Inspirations were highly-in-demand female back-up singers featured on some of the most important pop and soul recordings of the 1960s and '70s. They toured and served as session background vocals on albums by various artists' including Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett and Dusty Springfield.
Gospel/soul unit formed by legend Cissy Houston - sweetened some of the most important soul recordings of the 1960s & '70s.
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The Sweet Inspirations (LP, Album). The sweet Inspirations- Here I am (take me) 3:11. Sweet Inspiration by the Sweet Inspirations 2:52. Sweet inspirations- to love somebody 5:12.
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The Sweet Inspirations, American R&B female vocal group. The Sweet Inspirations (album), their self-titled debut album 1967. Sweet Inspiration", title cut of above and a Top 20 hit in 1968. Sweet Inspiration (Cilla Black album), album by Cilla Black 1970. Sweet Inspiration, album by Delaney Bramlett. Sweet Inspiration/ Where You Lead", a 1972 Top 40 hit for Barbra Streisand. Sweet Inspiration", hit song by Johnny Johnson and the Bandwagon 1970, then covered by Cilla Black on album of the same name, 1970. Sweet Inspiration is the title of a Dan Penn/ Spooner Oldham composition written for and first recorded in 1967 by the Sweet Inspirations for whom it had afforded a Top 20 hit reaching on the Billboard Hot 100 in the spring of 1968: a live version by Barbra Streisand - in medley with "Where You Lead" - would also become a Top 40 hit.
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If one was cutting a soul, R&B, pop, rock, or girl group record in New York in the ’60s and needed female backup vocals, chances are they’d try to get the Sweet Inspirations first. The group found their way onto numerous recordings, including hits by the Drifters, Van Morrison, Wilson Pickett, Solomon Burke, Garnett Mimms, and most famously, Aretha Franklin (with whom they sometimes toured). The group evolved from the ’50s gospel group the Drinkard Singers. By the time they began to record on their own in 1967, their leader was Cissy Houston (mother of Whitney), and the women were renamed the Sweet Inspirations.
The Sweet inspirations were an American gospel/R&B girl group founded by Emily "Cissy" Houston, mother of the late Whitney Houston. The lineup was completed by Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell and Myrna Smith. Sylvia Shinwell was the sister of Judy Clay of "Private Number" fame. ) This was The Sweet Inspirations only Top 40 hit under their own name.
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|A1||Oh! What A Fool I've Been
Written-By – Darryl Carter, Lindon Dewey Oldham*, Wallace Pennington
|A2||Blues Stay Away From Me
Written-By – Alton Delmore, Henry Glover, Rabon Delmore, Wayne Raney
|A3||Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
Written-By – Aretha Franklin
|A4||Knock On Wood
Written-By – Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper
|A5||Do Right Woman - Do Right Man
Written-By – Chips Moman, Dan Penn
|A6||Don't Fight It
Written-By – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
Written-By – Lindon Dewey Oldham*, Wallace Pennington
|B2||Let It Be Me
Written-By – Gilbert Becaud*, Mann Curtis, Pierre Delanoe*
Written-By – Ike Turner
|B4||Reach Out For Me
Written-By – Hal David & Burt Bacharach*
|B5||Here I Am (Take Me)
Written-By – David Porter & Isaac Hayes*
|B6||Why (Am I Treated So Bad)
Written-By – Roebuck Staples*
- Manufactured By – Tusk Music Co. (Pty) Ltd.
- Distributed By – Tusk Music Co. (Pty) Ltd.
- Licensed From – WEA International Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Records
- Printed By – Interpak
- Arranged By [Horn & String Arrangements] – Arif Mardin, Ralph Burns
- Engineer [Recording] – Chips Moman, Darryl Carter
- Producer – Tom Dowd, Tommy Cogbill
- Sleeve Notes – Jack Walker
- Supervised By – Jerry Wexler
NotesSouth African early 80's reissue (barcode).
A.S.A.M.I. Seal of approval on the back cover, Interpak printing credit back cover lower right corner.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6001491057614
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): ATL1034 A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): ATL1034 B
- Rights Society: A.S.A.M.I.
|SD 8155, 8155||The Sweet Inspirations||The Sweet Inspirations (LP, Album, Ter)||Atlantic, Atlantic||SD 8155, 8155||US||1967|
|ATL LP 08023||The Sweet Inspirations||The Sweet Inspirations (LP, Album)||Atlantic||ATL LP 08023||Italy||1967|
|587090||The Sweet Inspirations||The Sweet Inspirations (LP, Album, Mono)||Atlantic||587090||UK||1967|
|SD 8155||The Sweet Inspirations||The Sweet Inspirations (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 8155||US||1967|
|WPCR 27521||The Sweet Inspirations||The Sweet Inspirations (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Atlantic||WPCR 27521||Japan||2012|