Category: Soul

  1. You Don't Love Me No More Ain't No Sun Since You've Been Gone Take Me In Your Arms And Love Me He's My Kind Of Fellow Yes, I'm Ready My Bed Of Thorns Do You Love Me Just A Little, Honey Just Walk In My .
  2. Notes. A Single credited to The Pips but nonetheless featuring Gladys Knight; the group's name change to Gladys Knight & the Pips hadn't taken place yet; B Recording by The Pips alone without Gladys Knight; C Single credited to Gladys Knight alone; may be a solo recording; D Single credited to Gladys Knight with "vocal background by the Pips"; E From November 30, .
  3. Everybody Needs Love, an Album by Gladys Knight & The Pips. Released in September on Soul (catalog no. SS ; Vinyl LP).
  4. This LP is pretty much a reissue of Knight 's first Motown album Everybody Needs Love, but minus the single "Just Walk in My Shoes" and her versions of "My Bed of Thorns" and the Barbara Mason ballad "Yes, I'm Ready.".
  5. Everybody Needs Love is the third album by Gladys Knight & the Pips and their first album for Motown Records ' Soul imprint.
  6. Medley: Every Beat Of My Heart / Friendship Train / If I Were Your Woman Midnight Train To Georgia; Money; Money (Long Mix) Morning, Noon & Night; Mr. Welfare Man; My Bed Of Thorns; My Time; Neither One Of Us (Wants To Be The First To Say Goodbye) No One Could Love You More; Nobody But You; Oh La De Da; Oh! What A Love I Have Found; On And.
  7. My Bed Of Thorns, a song by Gladys Knight & The Pips on Spotify. you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. × My Bed Of Thorns By Gladys Knight & The Pips. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. My Bed Of Thorns. Featured on Everybody Needs Love. More by Gladys Knight & The Pips. Live At The Roxy. All.
  8. 23 rows · Dec 28,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gladys Knight & The Pips* - Everybody Needs Love at Discogs. Complete your Gladys Knight & The Pips* collection/5(74).
  9. Even at 16 bit, the music on this record was just fine. It seems that the SMH factor at 24 bit allows for a somewhat warmer and louder sound with a well defined bass register. This record is the first Gladys Knight & the Pips album for Motown and the band really did the singers proud.5/5(5).

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