9 thoughts on “ Stay With Me - Lorraine Ellison - Heart & Soul (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Heart & Soul on Discogs.4/5(3).
  2. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPH IS VERY GOOD. Lorraine Ellison (17 March – 31 January [1]) was an African American female soul singer, best known for her recording of the song "Stay With Me Baby" in Born Marybelle Luraine Ellison, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ellison originally sang with two gospel groups, the.
  3. Lorraine Ellison (March 17, – January 31, ) was an American soul singer known for her recording of the song "Stay with Me" (sometimes known as "Stay With Me Baby") in Life and career. Born Marybelle Luraine Ellison, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ellison originally sang gospel music, working in the groups the Ellison Singers and the Golden Chords in the early s.
  4. The definitive compilation: 23 songs from , including three non-LP singles, three unreleased cuts from an aborted session at Muscle Shoals, her only two charting singles ("Stay with Me" and "Heart Be Still"), and even an Al Kooper song from an obscure soundtrack. These are among the foremost examples of the collision of soul, gospel, and pop, with the accent on the soul and 9/
  5. I gave you so much And in return I found happiness Baby what did I do Maybe, maybe I was too good, too good to you No no, I can't believe you're leaving me Stay with me baby Ooh, stay with me baby Ooh, please stay with me baby Remember you said you'd always gonna need me Remember you said you'd never ever leave me Remember, remember, I'm asking.
  6. Stay with Me was produced by Jerry Ragovoy and includes the title track, covered by Terry Reid; "Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)," covered by Janis Joplin; and "You Don't Know Nothing About Love," covered by Irma grouchedamfinibud.pleasnambnubitedreekthostpestepyparrock.infoinfo soul albums have ever matched the intensity of this one.9/
  7. Stay with me baby. Ooh, stay with me baby. Ooh, please stay with me baby. Remember you said you'd always gonna need me. Remember you said you'd never ever leave me. Remember, remember, I'm asking you, begging you, ooh, ooh. Stay with me baby, Please please stay with me baby. Stay with me baby. I can't go on. Ooh stay with me baby. I'm begging.
  8. Lorraine Ellison's original version of "Stay With Me Baby" is such a powerful recording, it refuses to let you hit that skip button. The song is highly dramatic, so it can come across as ridiculously overwrought in lesser hands (as several inferior cover versions will attest). But 5/5(3).
  9. This début album, "introducing MISS LORRAINE ELLISON: Heart & Soul" was clearly Warner Brothers' attempt to position her as their answer to Capitol's Nancy Wilson, the top-selling female jazz/pop standards vocal stylist of the day, whose career peaked commercially in 4/5(4).

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