mwellsMary Esther Wells (May 13, 1943 – July 26, 1992) was an American singer who helped to define the emerging sound of Motown in the early 1960s. Along with The Miracles, The Temptations, The Supremes, and the Four Tops, Wells was said to have been part of the charge in black music onto radio stations and record shelves of mainstream America, “bridging the color lines in music at the time.”

With a string of hit singles composed mainly by Smokey Robinson, including “Two Lovers” (1962), the Grammy-nominatedYou Beat Me to the Punch” (1962) and her signature hit, “My Guy” (1964), she became recognized as “The Queen of Motown” until her departure from the company in 1964, at the height of her popularity. She was one of Motown’s first singing superstars. (Source: Wikipedia)

1 My Guy
2 You Lost the Sweetest Boy
3 Once Upon a Time (with Marvin Gaye)
4 Gigolo
5 Laughing Boy
6 Two Lovers
7 The One Who Really Loves You
8 You Beat Me to the Punch
9 Dear Lover
10 I Don’t Want to Take a Chance
11 Use Your Head
12 Bye Bye Baby
13 Never, Never Leave Me
14 The Doctor
15 Your Old Standby
16 Ain’t It the Truth
17 Dig the Way I Feel
18 He’s a Lover
19 Me Without You
20 If You Can’t Give Her Love (Give Her Up)

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