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In the 1970s there were just too many terrific R&B singers to keep up with, so it's little wonder some fell through the cracks. One of those is Margie Joseph, who, after recording two albums on Volt in the early 1970s, moved over to Atlantic to make a knockout of a record, produced by the great Arif Mardin. Long out of print, "Margie Joseph" has been recently rereleased, along with several other Joseph LPs from the…

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  • HQ PICTURE - http://www.last.fm/music/Margie+Joseph/+images/81984831 vote!
  • Black singers (both genders) are always The Best!
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  • Who Gets Your Love <3
  • MARGIE FANS: After pestering the Wikipedia mercilessly, I've gotten soemone to start the article on our girl!! If you can add to it by all means do so and have fun! I deliberately did not contribute as i want it done right! History recognizes Margie Joseph and I smile....
  • Dusty did it first, I like Dusty's version better, frankly. But I adore Margie for almost everything else she did. Her version of "Let's Stay Together" is a lost masterpiece. And "To Know You Is To Love You" is simply a trip to the church, it's my most played track. Margie I've loved you ever since I heard your high-end swoops on "Don't Turn the LIght Off" some twenty five years ago off scratchy vinyl. Can you feel our love growing stronger? We hope so!
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  • "Stay Still" is exquisite.
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  • Good stuff.

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