Patti Drew

Also known as Patty Drew
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.soulfulkindamusic.net/pdrew.htm

Discography of Patti Drew:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Bossarocker! 2 Audio 2004-08-00
2 Hard To Handle / Just Can't Forget About You 2 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
3 I've Been Here All The Time 11 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
4 Stop And Listen / My Lover's Prayer 2 Audio 1967 Capitol Records
5 Tell Him 2 Audio 1967-03-00 Capitol Records
6 Tell Him / Workin' On A Groovy Thing 2 Audio 1968 Starline
7 Wild Is Love 12 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
8 Workin' On A Groovy Thing 11 Audio 1968
9 Mighty O.J. 2 Audio 1975 Contempo
10 Keep On Movin' / There'll Never Be Another 2 Audio 1968 Capitol Records
11 He’s The One/ Which One Should I Choose 2 Audio 1969
12 Mighty O.J. 2 Audio 1975 Innovation II Records
13 Tell Him 2 Audio 1967 Capitol Records
14 Tell Him 11 Audio 1967 Capitol Records
15 Workin' On A Groovy Thing / Without A Doubt 2 Audio 1968 Capitol Records
16 Tell Him 11 Audio 1967 Capitol Records
17 Wild Is Love 12 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
18 Wild Is Love 12 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
19 Tell Him 11 Audio 1967 Capitol Records
20 Wild Is Love 12 Audio 1970 Capitol Records
21 The Love That A Woman Should Give To A Man / Save The Last Dance For Me 2 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
22 Workin' On A Groovy Thing / Without A Doubt 2 Audio 1968 Capitol Records
23 It's All Over Now / Mirror, Mirror 2 Audio 1966 Quill Records
24 I've Been Here All The Time / Welcome Back 2 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
25 World Of No Return / Wild Is Love 2 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
26 Hundreds And Thousands Of Guys / Pick-Up 2 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
27 The Love That A Woman Should Give To A Man / Save The Last Dance For Me 2 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
28 Tell Him 2 Audio 1967 Capitol Records
29 Keep On Movin' / There'll Never Be Another 2 Audio 1968 Capitol Records
30 The Best Of Patti Drew - Workin' On A Groovy Thing 25 Audio 2007 Stateside
31 Hard To Handle / Just Can't Forget About You 4 Audio Capitol Records, Inc.
32 Workin' On A Groovy Thing / Without A Doubt 2 Audio 1968 Capitol Records
33 The Love That A Woman Should Give To A Man / Save The Last Dance For Me 4 Audio Capitol Records
34 Hard To Handle / Just Can't Forget About You 2 Audio 1969 Capitol Records


Pop soul singer

Born on 29.12.1944 in Charleston, South Carolina.

She achieved success in the late 60's.

She was raised in Nashville, Tennessee and Evanston, Illinois, where she sang in church with her sisters, Lorraine and Erma.

Drew's mother worked for a [l=Capitol] promoter, who heard Drew and her sisters sing in a church service and signed the group as [a=Drew-vels].

They first recorded "Tell Him" which was written by [a=Carlton Black] (and not to be confused with "Tell Him" by [a=Exciters, The]).

The single release was a local hit and scraped the lower echelons of the national charts.

Drew signed as a solo artist to [l=Quill Records] in 1966 and soon after moved up to [l=Capitol], issuing a new recording of "Tell Him" as her first single.

It was a modest success and was the first of three charting singles.

She released three albums before leaving the industry in 1971, though she recorded a one-off single in 1975 and sang locally in Evanston in the group Front line in the 1980s.


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