Joseph, Margie

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Joseph, Margie - Margie Margie
Soul New - LP SD 18126 Atlantic
Sealed 1974 Original.... more details
 
Joseph, Margie - Margie Joseph Margie Joseph
Soul New - LP SD 7248 Atlantic
Sealed 1973 Original. Light Top Right Corner Crease.... more details
 
Joseph, Margie - Sweet Surrender Sweet Surrender
Soul New - LP SD 7277 Atlantic
Sealed 1974 Original, Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink. Tiny Saw Notch.... more details
 
Joseph, Margie - Hear The Words, Feel The Feeling Hear The Words, Feel The Feeling
Soul New - LP SD 9906 Cotillion
Sealed 1976 Original. Small Saw-Cut. “Joseph, An Often-Underrated Singer, First Reached Success On Volt Records. At The Time Of This Release She Was Best Known For Her Time With Atlantic Records. Her Early- To Mid-'70s Efforts Were Produced By Arif Mardin In A Style Identified With Aretha Franklin's Productions Of The Time. Hear The Words, Feel The Feeling Represents A Label Switch And A More Definitive Direction, Courtesy Of Famed Producer/Writer Lamont Dozier. Those Expecting A Motown-Styled Update Of The Girl Group Blithe Attitude Won't Find It Here. What Is Here Is Joseph Asserting Her Own Pragmatic Personality, Doing Rawer Vocals And Having Great Chemistry With Producer Dozier. Hear The Words, Feel The Feeling Often Takes An Almost Too Realistic Look At Relationships And The Lack Thereof. All Of This Is Made Better By Dozier's Strong And Confident Production. The Taunting "Didn't I Tell You" And "Why'd You Lie" Mine The Same Problematic Love Terrain, With The Production Polish Only Matched By Joseph's Emotive And Pointed Vocals. The Album's Best Track, "Prophecy," Has Joseph And Dozier Again Examining Bleak Interiors. The Brilliantly Arranged Track Has Great Subtle Horn Arrangement And Impeccable Rhythm Guitar. Hear The Words, Feel The Feeling Also Has A Fair Amount Of Ballads. "All Cried Out" And "Feeling My Way" Are Hooky And Idiosyncratic, As Joseph Gives Emotive And Cogent Performances. This Album Is Prime And Classy R&B/Pop And Features Such Esteemed Players As Ray Parker, Jr. And Lee Ritenour, As Well As Arrangers Mckinley Jackson And David Blumberg. But The Star Is Joseph, And She Does Great Work Here.” – Jason Elias, All Music Guide... more details
 
Joseph, Margie - Makes A New Impression Makes A New Impression
Soul New - LP VOS 6012 Volt
Sealed 1970 Stereo Original. Cut Out Hole. “This Is Margie Joseph's Most Successful And Aesthetically Pleasing Album. It Was Written And Produced By Fred Briggs (A.K.A. Coldwater Stone) And Daryl Carter And Is A Mixture Of Stax And City Slick R&B Sounds; "Punish Me," "Sweeter Tomorrow," And "Temptation's About To Take Your Love" Are Prime Examples. A Remake Lifts This LP Above The Average Mark; Briggs And Carter Transform The Supremes' "Stop! In The Name Of Love" Into An Awesome Deep Soul Classic. Beginning With A Monologue Titled "Women Talk," Joseph Talks To Her Soon-To-Be-Gone Man About His Carousing Before Preceding Into A Lengthy Isaac Hayes-Type Arrangement That Composers Holland, Dozier & Holland Probably Never Envisioned. Margie's Version Is Compelling And Gripping. This Album's #67 Chart Position Suggests It Must Have Caught On With Quite A Few Record Buyers.” – Andrew Hamilton, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Feeling My Way
Soul New - LP SD 19182 Atlantic
Sealed 1978 Original.... more details
 
Joseph, Margie - Feeling My Way Feeling My Way
Soul New - LP SD 19182 Atlantic
Sealed 1978 Original.... more details
 

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