Bettye Swann

Betty Jean Champion

Also known as B. Swan, B. Swann, Betty Swan, Betty Swann, Bettye Jean Champion, Bettye Swan, Swann

Discography of Bettye Swann:

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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Bettye Swann

22 mp3 2004 Capitol Records
2

Rythm & Blues

2 mp3 1967 CBS
3

I Think I'm Falling In Love / Don't Take My Mind

2 mp3 1967 Money Records (2)
4

Make Me Yours

2 mp3 1967-04-00 Money Records (2)
5

(My Heart Is) Closed For The Season

2 mp3 1968 Capitol Records
6

Fall In Love With Me / The Heartache Is Gone

2 mp3 1974 Abet
7

Bettye Swann

22 mp3 2004 Honest Jon's Records
8

Fall In Love With Me / Lonely Love

2 mp3 1967 Money Records (2)
9

Bettye Swann

22 mp3 2004 Honest Jon's Records
10

Kiss My Love Goodbye / I'm So Happy

2 mp3 Atlantic
11

Victim Of A Foolish Heart / Cold Day (In Hell)

2 mp3 1972 Atlantic
12

Storybook Children

2 mp3 1975 Atlantic
13

Till I Get It Right / Yours Until Tomorrow

2 mp3 1973 Atlantic
14

Today I Started Loving You Again / I'd Rather Go Blind

2 mp3 1972 Atlantic
15

Make Me Yours / I Will Not Cry

2 mp3 1974-12-00 Contempo-Raries
16

Make Me Yours

12 mp3 1993 Collectables
17

Storybook Children

2 mp3 1975 Big Tree Records
18

The Money Recordings

24 mp3 2001 Kent Records
19

Time To Say Goodbye

2 mp3 1974 Atlantic
20

Victim Of A Foolish Heart / Cold Day (In Hell)

2 mp3 1972 Atlantic
21

(My Heart Is) Closed For The Season

2 mp3 1968 Capitol Records
22

Fall In Love With Me / The Heartache Is Gone

2 mp3 1974 Abet
23

Angel Of The Morning / No Faith No Love

2 mp3 1969 Capitol Records
24

(My Heart Is) Closed For The Season / Don't Touch Me

2 mp3 1968 Capitol Records
25

Victim Of A Foolish Heart / Cold Day (In Hell)

2 mp3 1972 Atlantic
26

Nobody But Me / The Dance Is Over

4 mp3 2006 Kent Select
27

Today I Started Loving You Again

4 mp3 Atlantic
28

All The Way In Or All The Way Out

2 mp3 1975 Atlantic
29

Heading In The Right Direction

2 mp3 1976 Atlantic
30

Storybook Children / Just As Sure

2 mp3 1975 Big Tree Records
31

Tell It Like It Is

17 mp3 1986 Stateside
32

Make Me Yours

2 mp3 1972 Abet
33

Make Me Yours / Fall In Love With Me

2 mp3 Hi-Oldies Records
34

I'm Just Living A Lie

2 mp3 Fame (3)
35

Don't Look Back / You Gave Me Love

2 mp3 1967 Money Records (2)
36

I Want Sunday Back Again / Kiss My Love Goodbye

2 mp3 2012 Go Ahead Records (3)
37

Little Things Mean A Lot

2 mp3 Capitol Records
38

I Think 'M Falling In Love / Don't Take My Mind

2 mp3 1967 Money Records (2)
39

Till I Get It Right (Mono/Stereo)

2 mp3 1973 Atlantic
40

Today I Started Loving You Again / I'd Rather Go Blind

2 mp3 1972 Atlantic
41

Bettye Swann

22 mp3 2004 Astralwerks
42

Bettye Swann

22 mp3 2004 Capitol Records
43

Make Me Yours

12 mp3 1973 Abet
44

Make Me Yours / Here I Stand

2 mp3 1980 Collectables
45

(My Heart Is) Closed For The Season / Don't Touch Me

2 mp3 1968 Capitol Records
46

Victim Of A Foolish Heart / Cold Day (In Hell)

2 mp3 1972 Atlantic
47

Don't Wait Too Long / I Can't Stop Loving You

2 mp3 1973 Abet
48

Make Me Yours

12 mp3 1967 Money Records (2)
49

Today I Started Loving You Again / I'd Rather Go Blind

2 mp3 1973 Atlantic
50

Make Me Yours

2 mp3 1967 CBS
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Best known for her 1967 R&B chart-topper "Make Me Yours," Southern soul chanteuse Bettye Swann was born Betty Jean Champion in Shreveport, Louisiana on October 24, 1944.
She first surfaced during the early 1960s as a member of the Fawns before mounting a solo career in 1964 with the Carolyn Franklin-penned "Don't Wait Too Long," the first of a series of Arthur Wright-produced singles for the independent Los Angeles label Money. "The Man That Said No" and "The Heartache Is Gone" followed in 1965, and two years later, Swann returned with the gorgeous "Make Me Yours," which also served as the title for her first full-length LP. 1967 saw the release of three more Money singles -- "Fall in Love With Me," "Don't Look Back," and "I Think I'm Falling in Love" -- while the next year heralded a leap to major label Capitol for "My Heart Is Closed for the Season." The follow-up, "Don't Touch Me," was the first single released from Swann's second long-player, The Soul View Now; Don't You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me? followed in 1969, highlighted by the minor hit "Little Things Mean a Lot." After a one-off single for Fame, 1971's "I'm Just Living a Lie," Swann landed at Atlantic; her label debut, "Victim of a Foolish Heart," cracked the R&B Top 20 in 1972, and was revived over three decades later by blue-eyed soul upstart Joss Stone. Her next Atlantic effort, "I'd Rather Go Blind," was notable in large part for its B-side, a reading of Merle Haggard's "Today I Started Loving You Again," that proved Swann a superb interpreter of country-soul -- 1973's "Yours Until Tomorrow" was backed by another Nashville cover, this time Tammy Wynette's "Til I Get It Right." In 1974, she made a return to the lower rungs of the Billboard Hot 100 with "The Boy Next Door" -- the flip side, "Kiss My Love Goodbye," found Swann operating firmly in Philly soul territory, its slick, urbane production courtesy of the Young Professionals team of LeBaron Taylor, Phil Hurtt, and Tony Bell. With 1975's "All the Way In or All the Way Out" she again enjoyed minor chart success, but subsequent recording sessions are undocumented, and Swann eventually faded from sight.

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