Label: Buddah Records – BDS 5612
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Genre: Funk / Soul
A1 I Feel A Song (In My Heart)
Engineer – Ed Stasium Jr.*Producer – Tony Camillo 2:48
A2 Love Finds It's Own Way Arranged By [Strings & Horns] – Larry WilcoxEngineer – Warren Dewey Producer – Kenny Kerner, Richie Wise 3:56
A3 Seconds Producer – Burt Bacharach 3:48
A4 The Going Ups And The Coming Downs Arranged By [Strings & Horns] – Larry Wilcox Engineer – Warren Dewey Producer – Kenny Kerner, Richie Wise 3:35
A5 The Way We Were Arranged By – Don Hannah Conductor – Gene Keys Producer – Ralph Moss 4:30
B1 Better You Go Your Way Arranged By [Strings & Horns] – Ray Jackson Engineer [Mix] – Gary Lunzisky Producer – Bill Withers 4:15
B2 Don't Burn Down The Bridge Producer – Bubba Knight, Edward Patten, Gladys Knight, William Guest 4:47
B3 The Need To Be Engineer – Ed Stasium Jr.*Producer – Tony Camillo 4:07
B4 Tenderness Is His Way Arranged By [Strings & Horns] – Ray Jackson Engineer [Mix] – Gary Lunzisky Producer – Bill Withers
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Gladys Knight & The Pips were an R&B/soul family musical act from Atlanta, Georgia that remained active on the music charts and performing circuit for three decades.
Starting out as simply The Pips in 1952, derived from a cousin's nickname, the founding members were Gladys Knight, brother Merald "Bubba" Knight, sister Brenda Knight and cousins William and Eleanor Guest. After a couple years performing in talent shows, the group signed with Brunswick Records in 1957, recording a couple of singles that failed to chart. Brenda Knight and Eleanor Guest were eventually replaced by another cousin, Edward Patten and a non-relative, Langston George in 1959. This lineup produced the group's first hit single, "Every Beat of My Heart". After the single was released on three different labels, they changed their name to Gladys Knight & The Pips shortly afterwards. Langston George left the same year and Gladys Knight left in 1962 to start a family with musician Jimmy Newman. Knight rejoined in 1964 and this lineup continued until the group's disbandment in 1989.
The group reached commercial success after signing with Motown Records in 1966. Struggling for a year and a half and being treated as a second-string act in the label, the group recorded the first hit single version of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" in 1967, which led to several hit singles for Motown's Soul Records label, including "Nitty Gritty", "Friendship Train", "If I Were Your Woman" and "Neither One of Us (Wants to Be the First to Say Goodbye)", before leaving the label for Buddah Records in 1973, where they recorded the hits "Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me", "I've Got to Use My Imagination" and their number-one hit single, "Midnight Train to Georgia". Contractual difficulties with their labels forced the group to record side projects until 1980 when they signed with Columbia Records. Later hits included "Save the Overtime (For Me)" and the Grammy-winning single "Love Overboard". In 1989, the group disbanded with the Pips retiring and Knight embarking on a successful solo career.
Gladys Knight & The Pips are multiple Grammy and American Music Award winners and are inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1996 and 2001 respectively.
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