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Im Fed Up - Margie Joseph - Margie Joseph Makes A New Impression / Phase II (CD)

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  1. Buy this album from our CD Shop. Margie Joseph Makes a New Impression US Volt LP , 1) Monologue: Women Talk 2) Stop! In the Name of Love 3) Punish Me 4) Medicine Bend 5) Come Tomorrow 6) Sweeter Tomorrow 7) Same Thing 8) How Beautiful the Rain 9) I'm Fed Up 10) Make Me Believe You'll Stay 11) Temptation's About to Take Your Love.
  2. Margie Joseph Makes a New Impression, an Album by Margie Joseph. Released 13 October on Volt (catalog no. VOS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Southern Soul, Soul. Featured peformers: Margie Joseph (vocals, liner notes), Dale Warren (arranger), Darryl Carter (producer, arranger), Fred Briggs (keyboards, producer, arranger), Bobby Manuel (engineer), Ed Wolfrum (engineer), Jimmy Johnson .
  3. Born: , Pascagoula, Mississippi. As a child Margie sang in the church choir, and began pursuing a professional singing career while a student at New Orleans' Dillard University, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in speech communications.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Margie Joseph Makes a New Impression/Phase II [Ace] - Margie Joseph on AllMusic - - 8/
  5. Get all the lyrics to songs on Margie Joseph Makes A New Impression / Phase II and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  6. Having made two albums for Volt in the USA - "Margie Joseph Makes A New Impression" in " on VOS and then "Phase II" in on VOS - both of which bubbled under the US R&B charts (but many felt could have done better) - big things were expected of the Mississippi singer on her 3rd album and new signing to the legendary home of Soul music - Atlantic Records/5(14).
  7. Margie Joseph discography and songs: Music profile for Margie Joseph, born Genres: Soul, Southern Soul, Pop Soul. Albums include Margie Joseph Makes a New Impression, The Complete Stax/Volt Soul Singles, Volume 2: , and Margie Joseph.
  8. Margie Joseph is something of a cult favorite in soul circles. Her gospel-bred vocals powered seven albums for Volt, Atlantic, Cotillion and Atco in the s, and though she launched a few R&B chart hits, she never broke through to the lasting acclaim of contemporaries like Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight or /5(6).
  9. Life and career. Margie Joseph was born in Gautier, Mississippi, and sang in her church choir. In , during her time attending Dillard University in New Orleans where she studied speech and drama, she recorded some demos at the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios. This led to her debut on the Okeh label, "Why Does a Man Have to Lie?".. In , she signed with Volt Records, a subsidiary of Stax.

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