The Sweet Inspirations
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An all female American soul quartet, these ladies were some of the most prolific backing vocalists in 60's R&B, literally singing on dozens of hit records for other artists. Originally formed with Philly vocalists Dionne Warwick, Dee Dee Warwick and Doris Troy and Emily "Cissy" Houston. With burgeoning solo careers Dionne and Doris soon left, but Cissy found the group new voices including Sylvia Shemwell , Myrna Smith and Estelle Brown and they ended up on records by Wilson Pickett, Garnet Mimms, Aretha Franklin and others.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Every Day Will Be Like A Holiday - (2:32) - 803 plays
- Sweet Inspiration - (2:55) - 641 plays
- Why Marry - (6:28) - 401 plays
- All It Takes Is You and Me - (3:31) - 309 plays
- I'm Blue - (2:06) - 248 plays
- Why marry? - (6:27) - 189 plays
- Let It Be Me - (2:44) - 92 plays
- What the World Needs Now Is Love - (2:58) - 103 plays
- But You Know I Love You - (2:34) - 82 plays
- Slipped and Tripped - (2:57) - 257 plays
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