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Letter Full of Tears

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Download links and information about Letter Full of Tears by Gladys Knight And The Pips. This album was released in 1961 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 47 tracks with total duration of 02:02:28 minutes.

Artist: Gladys Knight And The Pips
Release date: 1961
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 47
Duration: 02:02:28
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Every Beat of My Heart (Huntom/Vee-Jay Version) 2:01
2. Every Beat of My Heart (Fury Version) 2:03
3. Room in Your Heart 2:02
4. Guess Who 3:21
5. Stop Running Around 2:07
6. Letter Full of Tears 2:48
7. You Broke Your Promise 2:44
8. Operator 2:17
9. I'll Trust in You 2:46
10. Linda 2:28
11. Darling 2:45
12. Come See About Me 2:48
13. I Want That Kind of Love 2:28
14. Morning Noon and Night 2:21
15. I Can't Stand By 2:41
16. What Shall I Do 2:39
17. Love Call 2:50
18. Queen of Tears 3:25
19. A Love Like Mine 2:57
20. Happiness 2:37
21. I Had a Dream Last Night 2:27
22. Before Now After Then 2:59
23. One More Lonely Night 2:22
24. How Do You Say Goodbye 2:33
25. Goodnight My Love 2:32
26. Jungle Love 2:45
27. Love Me Again 2:53
28. What Will Become of Me 2:20
29. Bless the One 2:09
30. Walking in Circles 2:01
31. It Hurts Me so Bad 3:09
32. To Whom It May Concern 3:57
33. Every Beat of My Heart (Alternate Take) 2:02
34. Waiting for My Phone to Ring 2:20
35. Giving Up 3:01
36. Maybe, Maybe Baby 2:43
37. Lovers Always Forgive 2:36
38. Another Love 2:42
39. Either Way I Lose 2:36
40. Go Away, Stay Away 2:39
41. Who Knows (I Just Can't Trust You Anymore) 2:40
42. Stop and Get a Hold of Myself 2:56
43. Tell Her You're Mine 2:33
44. If Ever I Should Fall in Love 1:59
45. Daybreak 2:35
46. Why Don't You Love Me 2:38
47. The Devil in Me 2:13

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A good anthology of early tracks by Gladys Knight & the Pips, these were recorded for the Fury label in the early '60s. They were far from a polished act at the time, and didn't get the caliber of material or production they'd receive later at Motown. But the potential was shown on several tracks, notably the title cut, which the group did when Knight was only 12 years old. They later made another version of the song for Motown. This has better sound than some earlier Collectables titles.