|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Stolen Hours / Lucky, My Boy||2||Audio||1966-07-00||Capitol Records|
|2||Love And Desire / Ecstasy||2||Audio||1967-01-00||Capitol Records|
|3||Stay With Your Own Kind / That's All You Gotta Do||2||Audio||1967-09-00||Capitol Records|
|4||Stevie / (He Is) The Boy Of My Dreams||2||Audio||1963-12-00||V.I.P.|
|5||Stay With Your Own Kind / That's All You Gotta Do||2||Audio||1967-09-00||Capitol Records|
|6||Black Mother Goose||2||Audio||1972||Capitol Records|
Soul singer - songwriter
Born in 1948 in Los Angeles, California.
Died on 01.10.2006 in Los Angeles, California of a heart attack. The younger sister of [a=Brenda Holloway], she was sometimes credited as [a=Brenda's Sister]. She had a Northern Soul hit, "Stolen Hours", and co-wrote, along with Brenda, Frank Wilson and Berry Gordy, Jr., the hit song "You've Made Me So Very Happy."