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Artist: Anita Ward Album: Songs Of Love Genre: Southern Soul, R&B, Disco Label: Juana Records/Big Break Records/Cherry Red Records Released: 1979/2013 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Make Believe Lovers (8:09). If I Could Feel That (3:51). Old Feeling Again (3:51). Spoiled By Your Love (4:58). I Won't Stop Loving You (7:06).
Anita Ward (born December 20, 1956) is an American singer and musician. She is best known for her 1979 million selling chart-topper, "Ring My Bell". Before signing a recording contract, Ward obtained a degree in psychology from Rust College in Holly Springs, Mississippi, and had become a schoolteacher. While recording her debut album, record label owner Frederick Knight presented her with a song he had written the previous year for Stacy Lattisaw. Songs of Love is a compilation album by Simply Red in 2010. It is the band’s second romantic-themed compilation following the release of ‘’It’s Only Love’’ in 2000. It peaked at in the United Kingdom and was certified silver. The album features two new recordings "Beside You" and "I Have The Love" while tracks 8 & 12 are re-recordings.
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I assume this is the enjoyable Lp from Anita ward from 1979 which would have sold on the back of the hit 'Ring my bell'; Track listing 1. Make believe lovers 2. If I Could Feel That Old Feeling Again 3. Spoilt by your love 4. I wont stop loving you 5. Ring my bell 6. Sweet Splendour 7. There's no doubt.
Ring My Bell" is a 1979 disco song written by Frederick Knight. The song was originally written for then eleven-year-old Stacy Lattisaw, as a teenybopper song about kids talking on the telephone. When Lattisaw signed with a different label, Anita Ward was asked to sing it instead, and it became her only major hit. Ward's single hit number one on the disco charts. Ring My Bell" went to number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the Soul Singles chart