℗ ℗ 1973 Sound Stage 7
 

Loving You, Loving Me

Ann Sexton

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1
You're Letting Me Down
Ann Sexton
3:00
2
You've Been Gone Too Long
Ann Sexton
2:18
3
Come Back Home
Ann Sexton
2:20
4
I Still Love You
Ann Sexton
2:47
5
Have a Little Mercy
Ann Sexton
2:47
6
It's All over but the Shouting
Ann Sexton
3:26
7
You're Gonna Miss Me
Ann Sexton
3:05
8
You're Losing Me
Ann Sexton
2:18
9
Love, Love, Love
Ann Sexton
3:47
10
Keep on Holding On
Ann Sexton
3:43
11
Let's Huddle up and Cuddle Up
Ann Sexton
2:25
12
Loving You, Loving Me
Ann Sexton
3:42
Total Playing Time    35:38
"You're Gonna Miss Me" - Billboard R&B - #47

70s soul singer Ann Sexton released a number of hits, including the feature track of this album, "You're Gonna Miss Me." Many of the recordings on Loving You, Loving Me were co-written by Sexton and her husband. The album would later became very popular in the Northern Soul scene in the UK.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sound Stage 7 Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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