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    HELP with Mary Wilson recording history

    I am seeking some clarity on Mary Wilson's recording history.

    So, she recorded the "Mary Wilson" album and the four Gus Dudgeon tracks while signed to Motown.

    Later she recorded "Don't Get Mad, Get Even" and "Oooh Child" for Motorcity records.

    When did she record the unreleased "Stronger In The Broken Part," "My Love Life's A Disaster," "Sleeping In Separate Rooms," "The One I Love," and "Can We Talk About It?"

    Were these tracks recorded for a record label, or were they things she just did on her own? I heard at one time that Ms. Wilson came very close to signing with both Boardwalk records [[just prior to Neil Bogart's death) and later Atlantic records. Is that true? Which tracks were recorded for each label?

    Are there other unreleased songs from the 1980's?

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    Why not post this in the DRATS Forum?

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    Ooops. I thought I did. My mistake. I have reposted it in the Supremes forum. How do I delete this post?

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    You won't be able to do it yourself.
    Click on "Contact Us" to the left of the thread.


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