Ebony Sisters, The

Also known as Eboney Sisters, Ebonies, The, Ebony Sisters
Members of Ebony Sisters, The: Cecile Campbell, Gee Williams, Nora Dean, Paulette Williams (2)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.noradean.com/other.htm

Discography of Ebony Sisters, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I Must Be Dreaming / Something New 2 Audio 1996 Soul Beat
2 Let Me Tell You Boy 2 Audio 1987 Moodisc Records International
3 Let Me Tell You Boy 2 Audio 1974 Moodisc Records International
4 I Must Be Dreaming 2 Audio Jama Music
5 I Must Be Dreaming 2 Audio Treasure Isle
6 Let Me Tell You Boy 2 Audio Moodisc Records International
7 Let Me Tell You Boy 2 Audio 1971 Moodisc Records International
8 Son Of A Preacher Man 2 Audio 1975 Mitchville Records
9 Too Much Heaven 2 Audio Roots International
10 Each Time 2 Audio 1971 Bullet (3)
11 Baby It's Love 2 Audio Third World
12 Let Me Tell You Boy / Swinging For Joy 2 Audio 1969 Moodisc Records
13 I Must Be Dreaming 2 Audio 1975 Jama Music
14 Son Of A Preacher Man 2 Audio 1975 Form Records (2)


The group recorded a gospel single in 1967 as [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/349291-Soul-Sisters-The]The Soul Sisters[/url] for [a=Clement "Coxsone" Dodd] and his label [l=Tabernacle Records]. In 1969, under the name [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/714012-Reggae-Girls-The]The Reggae Girls[/url], they released [r=874194], a cover of Motown's [a=Fontella Bass]. That year, they also worked with [a=Harry Mudie], releasing songs like "Each Time" and "Let Me Tell You Boy". "Let Me Tell You Boy" was a huge hit and stayed in the charts for over 6 weeks. They also released cover versions of "Son of a Preacher Man" by [a=Dusty Springfield] and "Another Night" by [a=Carla Thomas]. Nora Dean moved to New York and the group disbanded in 1976.


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