|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Half A Man||2||Audio||1969||Smash Records (4)|
|2||Why Am I Crying / That's How Long (I'm Gonna Love You)||2||Audio||1967||King Records (3)|
|3||Because I Love You||2||Audio||1967||Vogue|
|4||Remember Martin Luther King||2||Audio||1976||Blue Candle|
|5||It Ain't There No More||2||Audio|
|6||Because I Love You||2||Audio||Calla|
Shirley Wahls (born 28 December 1941) is known as one of the young pioneers of Gospel music. Singing in the church since the age of three, she began her singing career in the junior choir of the Mt Pleasant Baptist Church under the direction of Ruth Jones (better known as [a=Dinah Washington]) and later Phillip Gilbert, Jr.
Her professional career began with such legendary groups as [a=Argo Singers, The], the [a=Ward Singers] and [a=Dorothy Norwood Singers, The].
She cut a handful of secular 45s in the late 60s, while residing in Chicago.