The Sweet Inspirations is the self-titled debut album by American recording soul/gospel female group the Sweet Inspirations, released in 1967 by Atlantic Records. Led by Cissy Houston, the Sweet Inspirations were highly-in-demand female back-up singers featured on some of the most important pop and soul recordings of the 1960s and '70s. They toured and served as session background vocals on albums by various artists' including Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett and Dusty Springfield.
Black Sunday (Cypress Hill album). Black Sunday is the second studio album by American hip hop group Cypress Hill, released on July 20, 1993 by Ruffhouse and Columbia Records. The album debuted at on the US Billboard 200, selling 261,000 copies in its first week of sales and becoming the highest Soundscan recording for a rap group at the time. The album went Triple platinum in the . with . million units sold.
The Sweet Inspirations (members Emily (Cissy) Houston, Estelle Brown (former member of The Gospel Wonders), Sylvia Shemwell and Myrna Smith (one time member of The Gospelaires)) This group sang backing vocals behind numerous artists including Nina Simone, Garnet Mimms, Aretha Franklin, Chuck Jackson, Maxine Brown and Dionne Warwick. Atlantic 2410 - Why (Am I Treated So Bad), I Don't Want To Go On Without You – 1967 Atlantic 2418 - Let It Be Me, When Something Is Wrong With My Baby – 1967 Atlantic 2436 - I've Been Loving You Too Long, That's How Strong My Love Is – 1967. The Sweet Inspirations. Atlantic 2449 - Don't Fight It, Oh What A Fool I've Been – 1967 Atlantic 2465 - Do Right Woman - Do Right Man, Reach Out For Me – 1967 Atlantic 2476 - Sweet Inspiration, I'm Blue – 1968.
Richie Rome Orchestra - Black Sunday (part 1 & 2. .Cordial - Wave (Instrumental) 1979 The Double Dozen Orchestra - Once More From The T.Ray Conniff - Send In The Clowns 1976 Complete Lp. Martyn Ford Orchestra - Smoovin' 1976 Complete Lp. Jackson - Disco March 1977 Complete Lp.
The Sweet Inspirations. Biography by Richie Unterberger. Gospel/soul unit formed by legend Cissy Houston - sweetened some of the most important soul recordings of the 1960s & '70s.
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|ZS8 9022||Sweet Inspirations* Featuring Richie Rome Orchestra||Sweet Inspirations* Featuring Richie Rome Orchestra - Black Sunday (7")||Caribou Records||ZS8 9022||US||1977|
|ASD 333||Sweet Inspirations* Featuring Richie Rome Orchestra||Sweet Inspirations* Featuring Richie Rome Orchestra - Black Sunday (Parts 1 & 2) (12", Promo)||Caribou Records||ASD 333||US||1977|
|ZS8 9022||Sweet Inspirations* Featuring Richie Rome Orchestra||Sweet Inspirations* Featuring Richie Rome Orchestra - Black Sunday (7", Promo)||Caribou Records||ZS8 9022||US||1977|
|CBS 5733||Sweet Inspirations* Featuring Richie Rome Orchestra||Sweet Inspirations* Featuring Richie Rome Orchestra - Black Sunday (7", Single)||CBS||CBS 5733||Italy||1977|