Viola Wills - Soft Centers album
Soft Centers (LP, Album, Gat). Without You (LP, Album, RE). Line Records. Soft Centers (LP, Album, Gat).
Soft Centers (LP, Album, Gat).
Born Viola Mae Wilkerson in the Watts district of South Los Angeles, Wills was already married from her teens. She was the mother of six children before the age of 21. In 1965, she was discovered by Barry White who signed her to Bronco Records and renamed her with the shorter stage surname of Wills; from her first marriage name of Lyons. She started her career at the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music and, over the following years, in addition to working with White, also performed with Joe Cocker, Smokey Robinson and many. If You Could Read My Mind.
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Viola Wills has been played on NTS over 20 times, featured on 21 episodes and was first played on 19 May 2013. Viola Wills was a Toronto-based international recording artist who started her career off at the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music. She later worked with Barry White, Joe Cocker, Smokey Robinson and many other established recording artistes until she recorded her first album of her own original songs "Soft Centers" in London England. Her first major break into the mainstream came with her version of "Gonna Get Along Without You Now" which started a string of dance.
Viola Wills (December 30, 1939-May 6, 2009) was an American pop singer, best known for the 1979 UK Singles Chart and . Hot Dance Club Play hit, "Gonna Get Along Without You Now". Other hits included further covers of the songs, "Both Sides Now" ( UK) (1986), and "If You Could Read My Mind" ( . Hot Dance Club Play) (1980).
Viola Wills was an American pop singer, best known for the 1979 UK Singles Chart and . Other hits included further covers of the songs, "Both Sides Now", and "If You Could Read My Mind" Notes.
|A1||Run To The Nearest Exit||3:02|
|A2||Some Other Day||3:28|
|A3||A Day In The Life Of A Woman||3:00|
|B2||If You Got The Will||3:29|
|B4||Wouldn't It Be Fun||3:04|
|B5||I Can't Make It||4:12|
- Arranged By [Brass] – Jim Horn
- Arranged By [Strings] – Harry Robinson
- Artwork – Tony Wright
- Backing Vocals – Beverley Gardner*, The Pattettes (tracks: B1), Viola Wills, Virginia Ayers
- Bass Guitar – Alan Spenner
- Directed By – Alan Spenner
- Drums – Jim Price, Jim Karstein*
- Engineer – Brian Humphries
- Flute – Jim Horn
- Guitar – Harry McCullough (tracks: B3), Neil Hubbard
- Lead Vocals – Viola Wills
- Organ – Tim Hinkley
- Percussion – Jim Karstein*
- Photography By – Gail Mezey
- Piano – Tim Hinkley (tracks: A1), Viola Wills
- Producer – Nigel Thomas
- Saxophone – Bobby Keyes*, Jim Horn
- Tambourine – Jim Price
- Written-By – Viola Wills
NotesRecorded at Island Studios, London.
|LLP 5023||Viola Wills||Without You (LP, Album, RE)||Line Records||LLP 5023||Germany||Unknown|
|EAR 5002||Viola Wills||Soft Centers (LP, Album, Gat)||Goodear Records||EAR 5002||Germany||1974|
|none||Viola Wills||Soft Centres Re-visted. Soulful Blues Of Viola Wills (CDr, Album, RE)||Not On Label (Viola Wills)||none||UK||Unknown|
|EAR L2601||Viola Wills||Soft Centers (LP, Album, Gat)||E.A.R. Inc.||EAR L2601||Canada||1975|
|CR 30179||Viola Wills||Without You (LP, Album, RE)||Charly Records||CR 30179||UK||Unknown|