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Cissy Houston - The Janus Singles (2016)

Artist: Cissy Houston
Title: The Janus Singles
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Essential Media Group LLC
Genre: Soul
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:40:57
Total Size: 101 mb

01. Darling Take Me Back (I'm Sorry)
02. Hang On To a Dream
03. I Love You
04. Making Love To Me
05. It's Not Easy
06. Midnight Train To Georgia
07. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
08. The Only Time You Say You Love Me (Is When We're Making Love)
09. I'm So Glad I Can Love Again
10. Nothing Can Stop Me
11. Don't Wonder Why
12. Down In the Boondocks

A soul singer who is known primarily as Whitney Houston's mother rather than for her own considerable talents, Cissy Houston was born Emily Drinkard and began her career as a member of her family's gospel group, the Drinkards. In the early '60s, she joined forces with a floating group of singers known simply as the Group (including at various points Doris Troy and Dee Dee Warwick) to provide backup vocals on numerous soul, pop, and rock sessions. They contributed to many Atlantic sessions in particular, and Atlantic executive Jerry Wexler signed the act to the label in 1967. Named the Sweet Inspirations, they recorded some excellent gospel-flavored soul in the late '60s, managing a few hits (as well as continuing to back up other artists, most notably Aretha Franklin) before Houston left to go solo at the end of 1969. She recorded an impressive album for Commonwealth United in 1970, Presenting Cissy Houston, which yielded a couple of small R&B/pop hits: "I'll Be There" and "Be My Baby." Much in the manner of the Sweet Inspirations, although the material consisted of fairly well-worn soul, rock, and pop tunes, the state-of-the-art arrangements and gospel-ish vocals made them sound fresh. Her contract was sold to Janus Records later in the year, and while she issued a few singles there until the middle of the '70s, she never received the support and promotion she deserved. A case in point was her little-known original version of "Midnight Train to Georgia," taken to the top of the charts about a year later by Gladys Knight & the Pips. Houston recorded several albums for Private Stock beginning in the late '70s, as well as continuing her regular work on sessions and commercial jingles. She recorded a duet with daughter Whitney ("I Know Him So Well") in 1987, and cut a duet album with veteran soul singer Chuck Jackson in 1992.

Cissy Houston - The Janus Singles (2016)

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