Bettye Swan is one of soul music's most enigmatic, under-recognized talents, best known for her 1967 R&B chart topper "Make Me Yours." Under the wings of Louisiana producer Wyane Shuler Bettye Swann imaginatively reinterpreted pop hits and late night country ballads stunning South Soul classics. Now after years of criminal neglect, all 22 tracks that Bettye Swann recorded at Muscle Shoals in the late 1960s are ready to be rediscovered on CD for the first time. Bettye Swanne is hands down the missing link between Motown and Souther Soul.
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