Complete your Martha High collection. Martha High – Georgy Girl. Genre: Funk, Soul, Pop.
Georgy Girl", written by Tom Springfield (music) and Jim Dale (lyrics), is the title song performed by The Seekers for the British film of the same name.
Martha High (born Martha Harvin in 1945, Victoria, Virginia) is an American female vocalist. Harvin grew up in Washington, . attending Roosevelt High School and singing in Trinity AME Zion Church. She began singing in The Four Jewels (whose members attended the same church and school) after the departure of Carrie Mingo. After Martha joined the group, they changed their name simply to The Jewels and released their best-known hit, "Opportunity"
Title: Georgy Girl (1966). The movie's adapted Broadway musical production, "Georgy", was nominated for two Tony Awards in 1970, for Best Actress in a Musical for Dilys Watling playing the title character, and Best Featured Actress in a Musical for Melissa Hart, but the musical production did not win either Tony Award.
MARTHA HIGH: Georgy Girl, Mono 45 (dj) Soul. Martha High Georgy Girl Try Me Single Funk 45 Vinyl Piranha Records.
Album: Georgy Girl (1966). Charted: 3 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. older successful guys in their seventies or eighties will be popping bonas over the prospect of being with her.
PE 611 Martha High Georgy Girl (7", Mono, Promo) People PE 611 US. 1972. Related Music albums to Georgy Girl by Martha High The Female Preacher Lyn Collins - Think (About It) James Brown - For Goodness Sakes, Look At Those Cakes Hank Ballard - Finger Poppin' Time, With Your Sweet Lovin' Self James Brown - There It Is Part 1 The Settlers - Rhythm Of Life, Georgy Girl Bobby Byrd - Never Get Enough James Brown - Dooley's Junkyard Dogs James Brown
Breaking from the James Brown Revue with Brown's permission, Martha High recorded this neglected LP produced by Thomas Stewart in Georgia; Stewart, along with Julian Chatman and Harold Daniels, wrote every song except High's high octane rendition of "Don't Ask My Neighbor," a crowd pleaser originally done by the Emotions, that Martha kicks up a notch.
The "funky diva" Martha High has been an integral part of James Brown's life and career for more than 30 years. After a lifetime spent shoulder to shoulder with the Godfather of Soul, she flew to Tokyo and teamed up with Japanese funk ambassadors Osaka Monaurail to pay homage to the great Soul Sisters of the JB Revue. Mr. Brown produced several Martha's singles on his own label "People" such as "Georgy Girl", "Try Me" and "Summertime"; meanwhile Martha launched her solo career in 1979 with the self-titled debut LP for "Salsoul Records". Since then she released five albums under her name and, being one of the "hardest working ladies in the show business", she became as well the lead singer of the legendary funky music machine Maceo Parker.
Martha High - Don't Ask My Neighbors 06:41. Martha High - Wallflower 07:25. Martha High - Oh, This Feeling 04:17. Martha High - Wallflower 04:21. Singing for the Good Times - Martha High. It's High Time - Martha High. Lovelight - Martha High. Tribute to My Soul Sisters - Martha High. Showdown - Martha High.
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Written-By – Jim Dale, Tom Springfield
Written-By – James Brown
- Distributed By – Polydor Incorporated – 2066 254
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton
- Published By – Chappell & Co., Inc.
- Published By – Jadar Music Corp.
- Published By – Belinda Music, Inc.
- Published By – Unichappell & Co.
- Arranged By – Dave Matthews
- Producer – James Brown
NotesJames Brown - The Godfather Of Soul
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): PE-611-AS-1A
- Matrix / Runout (B): PE-611-BS-1A
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|PE 611||Martha High||Georgy Girl (7", Mono, Promo)||People||PE 611||US||1972|
Performer: Martha High
Title: Georgy Girl
Date of release: 1972
Size MP3: 1677 mb
Size FLAC: 1750 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
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