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Lori Burton - 1967 - Breakout

Lori Burton possessed one of the most powerful, lush female voices; she was part of a fairly successful writing and production team with a woman named Pam Sawyer; she was The Whyte Boots. Actually, both women went on to more successful songwriting careers writing for Motown, several individual groups such as Young Rascals, and doing session work with some of the biggest names in the business, while this record tanked and has remained relatively obscure.  There are some nice, unappreciated gems on here that deserve a brighter place in the sun. Burton and Sawyer were briefly signed to Motown as songwriters and were one of the few (if not the only) female production teams on the New York rock scene in the mid-'60s. But Lori Burton was also a very credible blue-eyed pop/soul singer, who had a very good earthy voice, delivering both cool sensual low growling and impassioned rasp at the most climactic points. She began recording as a solo act for Roulette in the mid-'60s and in 1967, issued this album, Breakout, on Mercury.

01 - Nightmare [Mono Single Version]
02 - Gotta Make You Love Me
03 - Since I Lost Your Lovin'
04 - There Is No Way (To Stop Lovin' You)
05 - The Hurt Won't Go Away
06 - Gotta Get Over You
07 - Bye, Bye Charlie
08 - Love Was
09 - Let No One Come Between Us
10 - Only Your Love
11 - Nightmare
12 - The Hurt Won't Go Away [Mono Single Version]
13 - Bye, Bye Charlie [Mono Single Version]

Category: Oldies | Views: 1889 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Rating: 0.0/0
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