Producer, Arranged By – Fonce And Larry Mizell *Written-By – F. Mizell - L. Mizell*, R. Mizell*
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Producer – Greg PerryWritten-By – G. Perry*
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Gigolo" is a dance single written and produced by Fonce and Larry Mizell and released by R&B singer Mary Wells on the Epic Records label. It was the former Motown star's first single with the CBS-operated label and brought Wells brief renewed success on the Billboard chart.
Album: In And Out Of Love. Download Mary Wells - Gigolo. In And Out Of Love: Best 2 songs. Mary Wells - These Arms 04:57. Mary Wells - I'm Changing My Ways 03:53. Album: In And Out Of Love. Mary Wells: best 2 tracks. Mary Wells - The One Who Really Loves You 1961 - Soul - The Greatest, 2012 02:30. Mary Wells - Bye Bye Baby 100 Best Soul Classics, 2014 02:57.
Album: In and Out of Love (Bonus Track Version), 1981. 1981 - Arranged By - Edna Wright Arranged By - Greg Perry, McKinley Jackson Backing Vocals - Brenda Gooch, Kurtiss Womack, Dennis Perry, Greg Perry, Linda Tucker Laurence, Marti McCall, Maxine Green Bass - Rodney Mizell Drums - Larry Tolbert, Quentin Dennard Executive Producer - Larkin Arnold Guitar - David Pruitt, Dwight.
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Mary Wells is the self-titled sixth studio album released by Mary Wells. The album was her first album with 20th Century Fox, a year after she left her old label, Motown, the label that she had produced its first hits with.
By 1980, Mary Wells had only recorded on occasion since her last album, 1968's Servin' Up Some Soul, which Wells recorded for Jubilee Records After a second planned Jubilee release was shelved, Wells left the label in 1970 for Reprise Records but after becoming a mother she had all but abandoned live performing In 1971 and 1974, Wells would record a couple. Released in the late fall of 1981, In and Out of Love, produced by California-based R&B producer Greg Perry and the Mizell brothers Fonce and Larry, the album was a departure for Wells as she incorporated funk elements into her sound with only "These Arms" being the obvious reference to her sixties past The single, "Gigolo", was issued and created a.