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  1. Originally issued in March , Loleatta was the singer's debut release for Philly soul guitarist Norman Harris' Goldmine label distributed by NY-based Salsoul Records. It was both produced in Chicago by her husband Floyd Smith and in Philadelphia through Baker-Harris-Young Productions. The LP boasted Holloway's highest-charting R&B single, the Sam Dees ballad "Worn Out Broken Heart," and the 8/
  2. 20 rows · Aug 12,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Loleatta /5().
  3. Sep 28,  · Holloway later married Smith. Her first single from the second album, the ballad "Cry to Me" rose to #10 Billboard R&B and #68 on the Hot , but before the label could really establish Holloway.
  4. Hit And Run Lyrics: Now, I may be / An old-fashioned country girl / But when it comes / To loving you / Honey I know what to do / Now I put / All my pride aside / I won't be denied / I'm satisfied / I.
  5. Apr 21,  · Absolutely historical acappella! These quintessential lyrics belonged to the super Diva Loleatta Holloway, a real short cut to make this tune a major reference of the Disco era (the finest version must be credited to Shep Pettibone, one of the essential names of the dance music from the seventies and eighties)/5(64).
  6. Aug 23,  · Loleatta Holloways’s “Loleatta”, released in , was the Diva’s debut album for the Salsoul Distributed Gold Star label. Holloway is a brilliant vocalist, blessed with the kind of spine tingling voice that can only be a gift from above/5(10).
  7. Mar 01,  · Loleatta is the third studio album recorded by American singer Loleatta Holloway, released in on the Gold Mind label. Another Holloway album titled Loleatta was released in Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(10).
  8. Loleatta Holloway is the fifth studio album recorded by American singer Loleatta Holloway, released in on the Gold Mind label. History. The album features the single "That's What You Said", which peaked at #30 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart. The album was remastered and reissued with bonus tracks in by Big Genre: R&B, disco.
  9. Mar 23,  · Soul icon Loleatta Holloway has died at the age of 64 after suffering heart failure yesterday, according to her manager. The singer’s manager Ron Richardson said she had been ill .
  10. “Love Sensation” was a hit on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart in , where it spent a week at #1. The song was written and produced by Dan Hartman. Parts of it have been.

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