℗ 1974 © Sussex Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC.
 

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Lonette McKee

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1
Message from the Earth
Lonette McKee
4:47
2
You Mean a Lot to Me
Lonette McKee
3:37
3
Save It (Don't Give It Away)
Lonette McKee
2:31
4
I'm Alone
Lonette McKee
4:30
5
Lay Me Down Easy
Lonette McKee
3:04
6
Love Won't Come Easy
Lonette McKee
3:11
7
Do to Me
Lonette McKee
2:59
8
See Ourselves, Be Ourselves, Free Ourselves
Lonette McKee
4:51
9
The Way I Want to Touch You
Lonette McKee
3:12
10
To Whom It May Concern
Lonette McKee
4:34
Total Playing Time    37:16
While Lonette McKee is best known for her role as Sister Williams in the 1976 musical-drama Sparkle, her talent knows no bounds with credits as a film, television a theatre actress, music composer, producer, songwriter, screenwriter and director. This 1974 release was McKee's debut album, a set of ten songs that were to pave the way for a lengthy and illustrious career.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sussex Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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