Dianne Brooks - Walkin' On My Mind album FLAC
Obscure soul/funk with psych touches released on the tiny UK Revolver label in 1969, a sub label of Morgan, itself a pretty small label
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Walking On My Mind (7", Single). REVS 001. Dianne Brooks. Walkin' On My Mind (7", Single). Revolver (2). Canada.
It was both a critical and chart success, peaking at on the Billboard 200 and at on the Top Country Albums chart. The album has been certified diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipments over ten million copies.
Her biggest solo hit was "Walking On My Mind" in 1969. She recorded two full albums as well as a handful of singles over her solo career, and also had a CBC production, with Bob Ruzicka taking up the other side. Dianne Brooks died on April 29, 2005 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada from COPD. a b Savoy Records discography Jazzdisco. Retrieved 23 June 2013.
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Gwendolyn Dianne Brooks (January 3, 1939 – April 29, 2005), was a jazz singer from New Jersey. With the Three Playmates, Brooks recorded several songs in 1957. As a solo singer, she recorded two albums and several singles. Her biggest solo hit was "Walking on My Mind" in 1969. She also had a CBC production, with Bob Ruzicka taking up the other side. Brooks died on April 29, 2005, in Toronto from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Some Other Kind of Soul with Lenny Breau (Revolver, 1970). Back Stairs of My Life (Reprise, 1977). With the Three Playmates
Dianne Brooks, a Toronto R&B singer, was very much in demand as a backup vocalist in the increasingly hectic Toronto recording scene through the 1970s, working with everyone from Anne Murray to Funkadelic, Ronnie Lane, and Craig Fuller’s pre-Little Feat band Pure Prairie League. Her second album, Back Stairs of My Life, was recorded in 1976 with producer Brian Ahern. Vocal and instrumental assistance was provided by a large cast of characters, including Bonnie Raitt, Anne Murray, Amos Garrett, William D. Smith and Billy Payne of Little Feat. Pink Elephant Records out of The Netherlands re-released Walkin’ on My Mind in ’73, a year before she was featured on a CBC album, with Bob Ruzicka on the other side. Staff writer and producer John Capek composed four of the five tracks Brooks recorded, which also featured Kevan Staples, later of Rough Trade on guitars.
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|A||Walkin' On My Mind|
|B||Need To Belong|
- Producer – Mort Ross
|TRC 993||Dianne Brooks||Walking On My Mind (7", Single)||Tangerine Records||TRC 993||US||1969|
|REVS 001||Dianne Brooks||Walkin' On My Mind (7", Single)||Revolver||REVS 001||UK||1969|
|REVS 001||Dianne Brooks||Walkin' On My Mind / Need To Belong (7", Mono)||Revolution||REVS 001||1969|