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The Emotions

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 19 November 1971

CONSISTENCY IS what has kept two sisters and their cousin, the Emotions, to the fore of the numerous female groups who come and go. Since ...

The Emotions: Happiness Is…

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 24 August 1976

Happy days are here again for Wanda, Jeanette and Sheila. They learned a lot from the quiet times and that knowledge is serving them well ...

The Emotions: Flowers

Review by Joe McEwen, Rolling Stone, 9 September 1976

SALVAGED FROM THE debris of the Stax bankruptcy, the Emotions have reemerged with one of the year's most refreshing soul albums. Producer Maurice White, who ...

Those Flowering Emotions Are Now In Full Bloom

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 27 September 1977

The young ladies have finally cracked Britain, and with their single snuggled at the top of the B&S chart the way now looks clear for ...

The Billboard Disco Convention: Disco Is Here To Stay

Report by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 11 October 1977

David Nathan reports from New York on the Billboard Disco Convention 1977. ...

Earth Wind & Fire: Maurice White

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 28 February 1978

WITHOUT A shadow of doubt, Earth Wind & Fire is the most successful group that our music has ever given the world. In fact, after ...

The Emotions: Sunbeam (Columbia)

Review by Ariel Swartley, Rolling Stone, 19 October 1978

THE EMOTIONS don't just sing on Sunbeam — they bounce. They'll spring back from a note as soon as they land on it, giving it ...

Stacks of Stax: Stax Releases

Review by Pete Wingfield, Melody Maker, 26 May 1979

Steve Cropper/Pop Staples/Albert King: Jammed Together (Stax 3009) Booker T & The MGs: Time Is Tight — The Best Of… (Stax STX 3007) The Emotions: ...

Emotions Laid Bare

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, July 1979

The girls divulge how they came to duet with EW&F on 'Boogie Wonderland' and talk at length about their songwriting activities... ...


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