Saturday, October 4, 2008



The United States' answer to Dusty Springfield, Chris Clark, who also dated Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr.,managed to have only one hit; ironically, it was on the R&B singles chart Love's Gone Bad made #105 pop, and #41 R&B in 1966.
In 1967, Clark released an album called 
Soul Sounds on the Motown label. The LP's cover art showed the singer wearing a black dress against a black background, in striking contrast to her fair skin, blue eyes and blonde hair. The album featured twelve songs including a rare Motown ballad called If You Should Walk Away (Berry Gordy, Jr.) which was slated for release as a single, but never was.

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