Voice could be Diana Ross - 60s/70s pop id

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  1. hiitballer said:

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    Hey,

    I need help identifying a track I used to hear my parents listen to from 60s/70s

    It contained Female vocals, which could very well be diana ross

    Chorus vocals are along the lines of:

    "loving you so bad is all that i do"... it actually was a few lines longer

    perhaps

    "hurting and loving you so bad is all that i can do"

    Sang at a mild/midtemp pace, Hugely popular track
     
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  3. hiitballer said:

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    thanks for swift reply but not it

    the song I'm after is more uptempo

    & quite a few years earlier than that track

    could also be backing singers in the song I'm after, but not sure

    cheers
    Last edited by hiitballer; 04-20-2009 at 07:44 AM.
     
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    Try "Hurt So Bad" by Linda Ronstadt
    Them that can, do; them that can't... memorize Artist and Title
     
  5. hiitballer said:

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    Had my hopes up for a second, but not it

    Had a rethink, Chorus line could be

    Loving you hurts so bad and baby itís all that i do
    or
    Leaving you hurts so bad and baby its all that i do
    Last edited by hiitballer; 04-21-2009 at 09:45 PM.
     
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    rosadelamor said:

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    Whitney Houston - Why Does It Hurt So Bad Lyrics
    not sure
     
  7. Claybricks said:

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    I found a track called 'Loving You Hurts So Bad' composed by Tony Camillo & Mary Sawyer. The song is on the album "Music for Soulful Lovers
    by The Cecil Holmes Soulful Sounds {1973}


    Cecil Holmes Soulful Sounds, The - Music For Soulful Lovers

    Label: Buddah Records
    Catalog#: BDS 5139
    Format: Vinyl, LP

    Country: US
    Released: 1973
    Genre: Funk / Soul, Jazz
    Style: Soul, Easy Listening
    Credits: Bass - Bob (Babbitt) Kreinar*
    Cello - Jesse Levy
    Congas, Percussion - Arthur Jenkins Jr.* , Raymond Orchart
    Drums - Andrew Smith (4)
    Engineer - Ed Stasium
    Engineer [Assistant] - Dave Domanich* , Geraldine De Nova
    French Horn - Jim Buffington , Peter Gordon
    Guitar - Bob Mann , Jeff Mironov , Jerry Friedman
    Harp - Margaret Ross
    Keyboards - Harold Wheeler , Pat Rebillot
    Other [Vocal Contractor] - Linda November
    Producer, Arranged By, Conductor - Tony Camillo
    Saxophone [Soprano, Tenor, Baritone], Flute, Flute [Alto, Bass] - Lewis Del Gatto*
    Trombone - Meco Monardo
    Trombone [Bass] - Dave Taylor*
    Trumpet, Flugelhorn - Alan Rubin , Randy Brecker
    Viola - Julien Barber
    Violin - John Pintavalle , Norman Carr , Richard Luby , Tony Posk
    Vocals - Helen Miles , Maeretha Stewart


    Tracklisting:


    A1 Soulful Love (3:54)
    A2 I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby (4:50)
    A3 Break Up To Make Up (4:03)
    A4 You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (3:10)
    A5 Neither One Of Us (4:08)
    A6 Pillow Talk (3:54)
    B1 Killing Me Softly With His Song (4:51)
    B2 If You Don't Know Me By Now (3:27)
    B3 Loving You Hurts So Bad (3:26)
    B4 Call Me, Come Back Home (3:22)
    B5 Stay With Me (2:59)



    http://www.discogs.com/Cecil-Holmes-...release/872005




    Dan