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Sunday, 21 December 2014

BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRICAN AMERICAN " GLORIA SCOTT " IS A SINGER THAT RELEASED HER FIRST AND ONLY ALBUM IN 1974 : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "














Gloria Scott (singer)


Gloria Scott
Birth nameGloria D. Scott
BornFebruary 26, 1946
GenresSoulfunkR&B
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1964–present
LabelsCasablanca, SedSoul
Associated actsBarry WhiteThe Love Unlimited Orchestra
Gloria Scott (Port Arthur, Texas, February 26, 1946) is an American singer[1][2][3][4] that released her first and only album in 1974, produced and arranged by Barry White. Her single "Just as Long as We're Together (In My Life There Will Never Be Another)" peaked #14 on the Hot Dance charts and on the U.S. R&B charts, and the song went on to the famous TV show Soul Train. Scott more recently performed at The Baltic Soul Weekender in Germany, where people discovered her album nearly thirty years after its release.She also has a second album that has never been released.[citation needed]

Discography

Albums

Singles

YearTitleChart Positions
U.S. Hot DanceU.S. R&B
1974"Just as Long as We're Together (In My Life There Will Never Be Another)"1414
"What Am I Gonna Do"74

  • What Am I Gonna Do - (7", Single) Casablanca Records 1974
  • What Shall I Do - (7", Single) Casablanca Records 1974
  • Just As Long As We're Together (In My Life There Will Never Be Another) - (7", Single) Casablanca Records 1974
  • (A Case Of) Too Much Love Makin' - Casablanca Records 1975
  • You're Losing Me - Ann Sexton & Baltic Soul Orchestra/ Gloria Scott & Baltic Soul Orchestra - Unique 2009
  • Help Me Get Off This Merry-Go-Round - Ann Sexton & Baltic Soul Orchestra/ Gloria Scott & Baltic Soul Orchestra - Unique 2009
  • That's The Way Love Is - Sedsoul - 2010
  • Can't Keep Running Away - Single - (2013)
  • It's So Wonderful - Single - (2013)
  • Never Gonna Let You Go - Single - (2013)