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Valerie Simpson

Valerie Simpson

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Valerie Simpson: Underexposed

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 19 November 1971

WITHOUT DOUBT, Valerie Simpson is one of the most important talents to emerge this year. Her debut album, Exposed made some considerable impression on both ...

Valerie Simpson: Exposed (Tamla Motown)

Review by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 22 April 1972

THIS DEBUT album is one of those rare and very beautiful moments when an artiste is completely successful. ...

Valerie Simpson: Exposed (Tamla Motown STML 11194)

Review by Penny Valentine, Sounds, 29 April 1972

THIS FIRST solo album by songwriter Valerie Simpson could be subtitled Motown's answer to Carole King. Certainly there are many facts that tie in between ...

Valerie Simpson: Valerie Simpson (Tamla-Motown)

Review by Ian MacDonald, New Musical Express, 20 January 1973

SOME FACTS about Valerie Simpson: yes, she is a good songwriter and has been responsible for such fine numbers as 'And If You See Him', ...

Valerie Simpson

Report by Pete Wingfield, Let It Rock, March 1973

THE NAMES Ashford and Simpson should ring a bell with anybody that reads the small print on Motown records: Nicholas and Valerie have chalked up ...

see also Ashford & Simpson


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