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Melba Moore - Look What You're Doing To The Man album

Melba Moore - Look What You're Doing To The Man album
  • Performer Melba Moore
  • Title Look What You're Doing To The Man
  • Date of release 1971
  • Country US
  • Style Soul
  • Other formats WMA AUD MOD XM AC3 MIDI MMF
  • Genre Soul
  • Size MP3 1557 mb
  • Size FLAC 1638 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 623

Look What You're Doing to the Man (1971). I Got Love is the debut album by singer Melba Moore, released in 1970. starting this album, which the singer was nominated for new artist at the Grammy Awards in 1971. The album was arranged and conducted by Charlie Calello. Living To Give" (from the Broadway musical Purlie) (Gary Geld, Peter Udell). Time and Love" (Laura Nyro). I Messed Up On a Good Thing" (Clint Ballard J. Jim Fragale). Purlie" (from the Broadway musical Purlie) (Gary Geld, Peter Udell)

Moore was born Beatrice Melba Hill on October 29, 1945, in New York City, New York, to Gertrude Melba Smith (known professionally as Bonnie Davis) and Teddy Hill, and raised in Harlem, New York, until she was 9 and her divorced mother remarried jazz pianist Clement Leroy Moorman  . Her 1975 second album, Peach Melba, saw her get a Grammy nomination Moore was also nominated for Best Female Rock Vocal in 1986 for "Read My Lips". Look What You're Doing to the Man" b/w "Patience Is Rewarded". - - - Look What You're Doing to the Man. 1971. Loving You Comes So Easy" b/w "If I Had a Million".

Melba is the sixth album by singer Melba Moore, released in late 1976. The Way You Make Me Feel" (Charles Kipps). Good Love Makes Everything Alright" (Richard Harris, Van McCoy). The Long and Winding Road" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney). Ain't No Love Lost" (Curtis Mayfield). The Greatest Feeling" (Richard Harris, Van McCoy). Mighty Clouds of Joy" (Buddy Buie, Robert Nix). (I Need) Someone" (Charles Kipps). So Many Mountains" (Joe Cobb, Van McCoy).

The single was taken from her album A Lot of Love and featured added vocals by her former back-up singer and labelmate, Freddie Jackson (It was also featured on his second album Just Like the First Time). It was her most successful on the R&B/soul charts, where it spent one week at number one. The single failed to make the Hot 10. .List of number-one R&B singles of 1986 (. Look What You're Doing to the Man. Peach Melba.

In 1983 she contributed to the soundtrack of "Bad Boys" with the Rahni Harris-produced "Don't Go Away" and the next year she duetted with Lillo Thomas for "(Can't Take Half) All Of You" (N. 8 R'n'B charts)

For decades, Melba Moore has knocked down walls and kicked down doors, paving the way for African American actresses, singers, and entertainers of all kinds. She won a Tony Award for best featured actress in a musical for her role in the musical "Purlie," was the first black woman to replace a white actress (Diane Keaton) in the lead role of the Broadway musical "Hair," and became the first African American woman to play the female lead in the musical "Les Misérables" on Broadway. Now that I have longevity, there’s a pattern of things you need to look at.

Look What You're Doing to Me. Critic Score. BANKS is really coming out with some weirder and more intense tracks and i am here for it. Look What You’re Doing To Me is a very entertaining track that makes me very excited for her upcoming album. Or consider a donation? Track List. Look What You're Doing to Me (feat. Francis and the Lights).

The Nine Lives of Melba Moore by Christian John Wikane. Depending on what page you turn to in the story of Melba Moore, you might get a completely different impression of the artist. Turn to the mid-'60s and you'll find her backing up Dionne Warwick and Aretha Franklin. Towards the end of that decade, she's replacing Diane Keaton in Hair, and a few years later she's taking home a Best Supporting Actress Tony Award for her role of Lutibelle in Purlie.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Look What You're Doing To The Man
Arranged By – Jim Wisner*Written-By – Badale*, Stanton*, Fragale*
2:45
A2 Searchin' For A Dream
Arranged By – Charles ColemanWritten-By – C. Davis*
3:00
Medley (4:05)
A3.a Walk A Mile In My Shoes
Arranged By – Bert DeCoteauxWritten-By – J. South*
A3.b Twenty Five Miles
Arranged By – Bert DeCoteauxWritten-By – Starr*, Fuqua*, Bristol*
A4 Patience Is Rewarded
Arranged By – Charles ColemanWritten-By – Davis*
3:50
A5 You Got The Power (To Make Me Happy)
Arranged By – Charles Calello*Written-By – Badale*, Fragale*
2:46
B1 If I Had A Million (From The Off-Broadway Show "The Me Nobody Knows")
Arranged By – Jim Wisner*Written-By – Friedman*, Holt*
3:16
B2 He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother
Arranged By – Bernie HofferWritten-By – Scott*, Russell*
4:08
B3 Heaven Help Us All
Arranged By – Bert DeCoteauxWritten-By – R. Miller*
3:15
B4 The Thrill Is Gone
Arranged By – Thom BellWritten-By – A. Benson*, E. Dale Petite*
3:22
B5 Loving You Comes So Easy
Arranged By – Thom BellWritten-By – Badale*, Fragale*
4:05

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – London Records Of Canada Ltd.

Credits

  • Art Direction – Desmond Strobel
  • Engineer – Bob Fava
  • Photography By – Richard Avedon
  • Producer – Jim Fragale

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout): SR-61321-A ur
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout): SR-61321-B ur

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SR 61321, SR-61321 Melba Moore Look What You're Doing To The Man ‎(LP, Album) Mercury, Mercury SR 61321, SR-61321 US 1971
SR 61321, SR-61321 Melba Moore Look What You're Doing To The Man ‎(LP, Album, RE) Mercury, Mercury SR 61321, SR-61321 US 1974
SR 61321, SR-61321 Melba Moore Look What You're Doing To The Man ‎(LP, Album) Mercury, Mercury SR 61321, SR-61321 US 1971
RJ-5005 Melba Moore Look What You're Doing To The Man ‎(LP) Mercury RJ-5005 Japan Unknown
SR 61321 Melba Moore Look What You're Doing To The Man ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Mercury SR 61321 US 1971