|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||I Thank You Kindly / Please Let Me Help You||2||Audio||1968||Wand|
|2||Keep A Hold On Me / Sweet Honey Baby||2||Audio||1998||Goldmine Soul Supply|
|3||Without Your Love / Giving Up Your Love||2||Audio||1968||Wand|
Diane Lewis is a sister of [a=Pat Lewis].
Detroit singer Diane joined her sister Pat, in The Adorables girl group who recorded tracks for Ed Wingate's Golden World label. These weren't issued in the US at the time but "Ooh Boy" and "School's All Over" became big Northern Soul favourites when released in the UK in the 70s.
Diane also had a couple of releases under her own name including one gem, "Please Let Me Help You". This track started life as a fine piece of songwriting from Fred Briggs, which, joined together with a very sympathetic rhythm section and big horn section gave the perfect backdrop for Diane to create a deep soul masterpiece.
The first issue released on Love (also owned by Ed Wingate) specifies MGM recording artist Andrea Henry as the producer, but when it came out on Wand vocalist Herman Griffin’s name was added.