Best known in the US for her 1963 hit, "Cry To Me," Betty Harris has since then amassed a huge international following among fans of deep soul music, especially in England. Surprisingly little information is available about her career and life, however, and what little has been written about her over the years is mostly erroneous.
For more information, read our interview of this highly acclaimed soul singer in which she patiently and humorously sets the record straight about various aspects of her fascinating life.
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- Cry To Me 1963
(This song was previously a hit for Solomon Burke (1962) and later also became a hit for Freddie Scott (1967). "Cry To Me" was re-released in 1969 and became an R&B chart hit.)
- His Kiss 1964
- Nearer To You 1967
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