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The Old, the New & the Best of Mary Wells


Download links and information about The Old, the New & the Best of Mary Wells by Mary Wells. This album was released in 1984 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:09:58 minutes.

Artist: Mary Wells
Release date: 1984
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:09:58
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No. Title Length
1. My Guy 3:27
2. The One Who Really Loves You 3:49
3. Two Lovers 3:42
4. You Beat Me to the Punch 3:45
5. Oh Little Boy (Look What You've Done to Me) 4:00
6. Bye Bye Baby 3:41
7. What's Easy for Two Is So Hard for One 3:37
8. What Love Has Joined Together 4:03
9. You Lost the Sweetest Boy 4:01
10. Old Love, Let's Try It Again 3:09
11. I'm a Lady 4:59
12. Make Up, Break Up 3:19
13. I Feel for You 4:07
14. To Feel Your Love 3:40
15. Money Talks 4:21
16. My Guy (12" Mix Version) 6:09
17. My Guy (12" Instrumental Version) 6:09



Here are most of the songs that made Mary Wells a household name, the darling of America and Motown's first superstar. The calypso beat of "The One Who Really Loves You" sounds as fresh and as infectious as it did when released in 1962. Lavishly produced "You Lost the Sweetest Boy" sparkles, both the Temptations and the Supremes supply backing vocals on the rambunctious Holland, Dozier, Holland song. "Old Love (Lets Try It Again)" made the cut this time, this melodic, sincere mid- tempo number is frequently omitted from Wells' compilations, despite being a charmer; the Love Tones' patented vocals augment Mary on the encouraging number. Her debut, "Bye Bye Baby," displays the rough side of Mary's voice that Smokey Robinson smoothed on his productions. The best example of that, "What Love Has Joined Together," is on board and is as devastating as ever.