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Betty Wright - Don't Forget To Say I Love You Today

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Betty Wright ‎– Explosion Label: RCA ‎– RS 1063(DXL1 4016) Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: UK Released: 1976 Genre: Funk / Soul Style: Soul Tracklist: A1 Open The Door To Your Heart 4:35 A2 Do Right Girl 4:20 A3 I Think I'd Better Think About It 3:10 A4 Smother Me With Your Love 2:50 A5 Don't Forget To Say I Love You Today 4:45 B1 Keep Feelin' 4:50 B2 Rock On Baby, Rock On Flute – Gerald Smith (2) 3:08 B3 If I Ever Do Wrong 4:32 B4 Bluesville Co-producer – Clarence Reid 2:35 B5 Life Co-producer – Seth Snyder 4:25 Credits: Arranged By [String, Horns] – Mike Lewis (7) Backing Vocals – Charles A. Wright, Jeanette Wright Bass – Arnold Paseiro, George "Chocolate" Perry Drums – Joe Galdo, Robert Ferguson, Robert Johnson (3) Guitar – Ish Ledesma, Jerone Smith*, Snoopy Dean, Willie "Beaver" Hale* Guitar, Backing Vocals – Milton Wright Keyboards – Albhy Galuten, Dirty "Red" Morgan, Mike Lewis (7), Timmy Thomas Producer – Willie Clarke Others Versions: Explosion ‎(LP, Album) Alston Records 4402 US 1976 Explosion ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor DXL 1-4016 Germany 1976 Explosion ‎(LP, Album) RCA RS 1063(DXL1 4016) UK 1976 Explosion ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor DXL 1-4016 US 1976 Explosion ‎(LP, Album) T.K. Records PTK 92012 Canada 1976 Explosion ‎(LP, Album) RCA DXL 1-4016 Italy 1976 Explosion ‎(LP, Album, Promo) RCA Victor DXL1 4014 Italy 1976 Explosion ‎(LP, Promo, Album) RCA Victor DXL1-4016 Spain 1976 Explosion ‎(CD, Album, RE) Soul Brother Records (3) CD SBCS 53 UK 2012 Betty Wright From Wikipedia: Betty Wright Birth name Bessie Regina Norris[1] Born December 21, 1953 (age 60) Miami, Florida, United States Genres R&B, soul, gospel, disco Years active 1956–present Associated acts The Echoes of Joy, Peter Brown, Joss Stone, Gloria Estefan, Angie Stone, Tom Jones, Lil Wayne, The Roots, Jacki-O, Ace Hood Bessie Regina Norris,[1] better known by her stage name, Betty Wright (born December 21, 1953),[2] is a Miami-based soul and R&B singer-songwriter, who won fame in the 1970s with hits such as "Clean Up Woman" and "Tonight Is the Night". A pioneering singer-songwriter and entrepreneur, she remains one of the few black female musicians to produce a gold record on her own vanity label. She is adept at using the whistle register Discography: Albums[edit] My First Time Around (1968) I Love The Way You Love (1972) Hard To Stop (1973) Danger High Voltage (1974) Explosion! (1976) This Time For Real (1977) Live (1978) Travelin' In The Wright Circle (1979) Betty Wright (1981) Wright Back At You (1983) Sevens (1986) Mother Wit (1988) 4u2njoy (1989) Passion & Compassion (1990) B-Attitudes (1994) Fit for A King (2001) Betty Wright: The Movie - with The Roots (2011) [7] (US:#197); (US R&B:#27) Living...Love...Lies (2014) [8] Singles: 1966: "Thank You Baby" 1966: "Paralyzed" 1968: "Girls Can't Do What the Guys Do" (#33 U.S., #15 R&B) 1970: "Pure Love" (#40 R&B) 1971: "Clean Up Woman" (#6 U.S., #2 R&B, gold US) 1972: "Baby Sitter" (#46 U.S., #6 R&B) 1972: "Is It You, Girl?" (#18 R&B) 1972: "I'm Gettin' Tired Baby" (#42 R&B) 1973: "It's Hard to Stop (Doing Something When It's Good to You)" (#72 U.S., #11 R&B) 1973: "Let Me Be Your Lovemaker" (#55 U.S., #10 R&B) 1973: "It's Bad for Me to See You" (#66 R&B) 1974: "Secretary" (#62 U.S., #12 R&B) 1975: "Where is the Love?" (#96 U.S., #15 R&B, #2 Disco, #2 Club Play, #25 UK) 1975: "Tonight is the Night" (#28 R&B) 1975: "Shoorah! Shoorah!" (#28 R&B, #27 UK) 1976: "Slip and Do It" (#21 R&B) 1976: "If I Ever Do Wrong" (#23 R&B) 1977: "Life" (#64 R&B) 1977: "You Can't See for Lookin'" (#73 R&B) 1978: "Dance With Me" (with Peter Brown) (#5 R&B, #8 pop) 1978: "Tonight is the Night, Pts. 1 & 2 (live)" (#11 R&B) 1979: "Lovin' is Really My Game" (#68 R&B) 1979: "My Love Is" (#48 R&B) 1981: "What Are You Gonna Do With It?" (#42 R&B, #61 Dance) 1981: "Goodbye You Hello Him" (#65 R&B) 1983: "She's Older Now" (#22 R&B) 1986: "Pain" (#42 UK) 1988: "No Pain, No Gain" (#14 R&B) 1988: "After the Pain" (#57 R&B) 1989...