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Dusty Springfield - A Brand New Me
 
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From the 1970 Atlantic album, "A Brand New Me"
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Dusty Springfield - A brand new me
 
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Dusty Springfield - A brand new me
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Dusty Springfield - A brand new me
 
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Dusty Springfield - A brand new me
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Dusty Springfield - A Brand New Me Music Video
 
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Dusty Springfield - A Brand New Me Music Video. ℗ 1969 Atlantic Recording Corporation For The U.S. http://dustyspringfieldofficial.com/ This music video is also included in the dvd-video compilation: DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - MY VERY BEST. ℗ 2003 Hallway Productions Inc. © 2003 Quantum Leap Group Ltd. NOTE: The ℗ & © marks are taken directly from the vinyl / CD cover when available, and might differ from the current owners of video & audio content.
Views: 1698 Nick Macchiavelli
Dusty Springfield - Brand New Me  [HD]
 
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Dusty Springfield sings 'Brand New Me' from her 1970 Atlantic album 'A Brand New Me'. Jerry Butler worked with the Gamble-Huff songwriting team and Thom Bell to create songs for Butler and songwriting credit on this song went to Butler, Theresa Bell and Kenneth Gamble. Butler, Springfield and Aretha Franklin all recorded the song. The vinyl version here is almost completely clean of surface noise. [Vinyl/Lyrics/15 Images]
Views: 341 Gary Larson
Dusty Springfield - Brand New Me/Pretty Blue Eyes with Andy Williams.
 
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From The Andy Williams Show in 1969.
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Dusty Springfield - A brand new me
 
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Dusty Springfield - A brand new me
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Andy Williams & Dusty Springfield - I Want To Hold Your Hand / Brand New Me (1970)
 
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Andy Williams & Dusty Springfield sings "I Want To Hold Your Hand / Brand New Me" The Andy Williams Show (February 7, 1970) 抱きしめたい/ブランド・ニュー・ミー アンディ・ウィリアムス/ダスティ・スプリングスフィールド アンディウィリアムスショー(1970年2月7日放送より)
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Andy Williams "Brand New Me" from  1970
 
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International Superstar Andy Williams performs "Brand New Me" and "Light My Fire" (w/Leslie Uggams) on his NBC series, from 1970.
Views: 270 Kelly Mix
Dusty Springfield - Brand New Me
 
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Dusty Springfield performing Brand New Me
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Dusty Springfield Son-of-a Preacher Man/ Brand New Me, German TV
 
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Dusty sings two songs in a German TV appearance... and even speaks some German!
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Dusty Springfield: Brand New Me
 
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Dusty Springfield: Brand New Me
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Dusty Springfield - Brand New Me
 
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long lost live Dusty performance
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Dusty Springfield "A Brand New Me"
 
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Dusty and Memphis ... Wonderful
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Dusty Springfield - A Brand New Me
 
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Mitch Harb Videos, you can hear it on Mitch Harb's Beach Party at www.live365.com/stations/mharb
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RARE Dusty Springfield - brand new me - hollywood palace 10th jan 1970
 
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RARE Dusty Springfield - brand new me - hollywood palace 10th jan 1970
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Brand New Me
 
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A song Dusty Springfield recorded wonderfully. Here's my version - Phil Yorke.
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(-!-) Dusty Springfield / Brand New Me
 
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Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien, OBE (16 April 1939 – 2 March 1999), better known as Dusty Springfield, was an English pop singer and record producer whose career extended from the late 1950s to the 1990s. With her distinctive sensual mezzo-soprano sound, she was an important blue-eyed soul singer and at her peak was one of the most successful British female performers, with six top 20 singles on the US Billboard Hot 100 and sixteen on the UK Singles Chart from 1963 to 1989. She is a member of the US Rock and Roll and UK Music Halls of Fame. International polls have named Springfield among the best female rock artists of all time. Her image, supported by a peroxide blonde bouffant hairstyle, evening gowns, and heavy make-up, as well as her flamboyant performances made her an icon of the Swinging Sixties. Born in West Hampstead to a family that enjoyed music, Springfield learned to sing at home. In 1958 she joined her first professional group, The Lana Sisters, and two years later formed a pop-folk vocal trio, The Springfields, with her brother Tom Springfield and Tim Field. 1960-1963 The Springfields became the UK's top selling act. Her solo career began in 1963 with the upbeat pop hit, "I Only Want to Be with You". Among the hits that followed were "Wishin' and Hopin' " (1964), "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" (1964), "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" (1966), and "Son of a Preacher Man" (1968). As a fan of US soul music, she brought many little-known soul singers to the attention of a wider UK record-buying audience by hosting the first national TV performance of many top-selling Motown artists beginning in 1965. Partly owing to these efforts, a year later she eventually became the best-selling female singer in the world and topped a number of popularity polls, including Melody Maker's Best International Vocalist. Although she was never considered a Northern Soul artist in her own right, her efforts contributed a great deal to the formation of the genre as a result. She was the first UK singer to top the New Musical Express readers' poll for Female Singer. To boost her credibility as a soul artist, Springfield went to Memphis, Tennessee, to record Dusty in Memphis, an album of pop and soul music with the Atlantic Records main production team. Released in 1969, it has been ranked among the greatest albums of all time by the US magazine Rolling Stone and in polls by VH1 artists, New Musical Express readers, and Channel 4 viewers. The album was also awarded a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame. Despite its current recognition, the album did not sell well and after its release, Springfield experienced a career slump for several years. However, in collaboration with Pet Shop Boys, she returned to the Top 10 of the UK and US charts in 1987 with "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" Two years later, she had two other UK hits on her own with "Nothing Has Been Proved" and "In Private." Subsequently, in the mid-1990s, owing to the inclusion of "Son of a Preacher Man" on the Pulp Fiction soundtrack, interest in her early output was revived. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dusty_S... "Thanks For Watching"
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Aretha Franklin with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - A brand new me
 
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CD: A brand new me - Atlantic Records / Rhino - 2017 Song: A brand new me (Theresa Bell / Jerry Butler / Kenny Gamble)
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Dusty Springfield - Sweet Charlie
 
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One of the many tracks Dusty recorded in Philadelphia for a planned follow-up to her 1970 album, A Brand New Me. It was unreleased for decades but was finally included on a compilation album earlier this year entitled "A Brand New Me - The Complete Philadelphia Sessions", which I highly recommend.
Views: 781 DustyRarities
Faithful
 
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Dusty Springfield - Faithful '71 Dusty Springfield intended to follow 1970's Gamble/Huff-produced A Brand New Me with an album produced by Jeff Barry,(of Barry & Greenwich fame) but this, her planned third record for Atlantic, wound up shelved in 1971. Why it was abandoned is unclear. Neither of the singles released from the sessions -- "Haunted"/"Nothing Is Forever, and "I Believe in You"/"Someone Who Cares" -- dented the charts. Dusty asked to be released from her contract with Atlantic, leaving this album in the vaults. 01 I'll Be Faithful 02 Live Here with You 03 Haunted 04 Someone Who Cares 05 Make It with You 06 Love Shine Down 07 I Believe in You 08 Have a Good Life 09 Natchez Trace 10 All the King's Horses 11 You've Got a Friend 12 I Found My Way Through the Darkness 13 Nothing Is Forever
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Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
 
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Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me live
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Dusty Springfield - Come Back To Me
 
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From the show Dusty Springfield, Made for West German TV in 1969.
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Patti Page - A Brand New Me - 1970
 
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Patti Page - A Brand New Me - 1970
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1st RECORDING OF: A Brand New Me - Jerry Butler (1969)
 
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Released on the flip side of Jerry’s top-20 single “What’s The Use Of Breaking Up,” this song (which he co-wrote) was soon thereafter recorded by Dusty Springfield using the same production company and a similar arrangement. Her version reached #24 on the Hot 100 (listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmVOXvOi9Qk ) Pop Chart Peaks: Record World 74, Billboard 109 The 45rpm single was issued on Mercury 72960 - A Brand New Me (Kenny Gamble-Jerry Butler-Theresa Bell) by Jerry Butler, produced by Gamble-Huff, recorded April 5, 1969 For hundreds of other ‘originals,’ please visit the MusicProf78 channel’s fascinating playlist “FIRST RECORDING OF THE SONG…” (click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTFzQlK7fWk9cuGqCM_byNMgSkKyDuRV9 ) Check out the daily music posts on my Facebook group: 1950s HITS--EVERY DAY! https://www.facebook.com/groups/824194430969202/
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Jerry Butler - A Brand New Me  [HD]
 
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Jerry Butler sings 'A Brand New Me' from his 1969 album 'Ice On Ice'. This song was recorded by Leslie Gore in 1968, Dusty Springfield in 1969 and Aretha Franklin in 1972. The lyrics are listed below with some notes on the song. [Vinyl/19-Images/WAV] A Brand New Me Singer - Jerry Butler This is my same old coat And my same old shoes I was the same old me With the same old blues And then you touched my life Just by holding my hand Oh, I look in the mirror And see a brand new man A brand new walk And a brand new smile Girl, since I found you I got a brand new style Just because of you, girl Just because of you Just because of you, girl Just because of you Oh, I got the same old friends They got the same old sins I tell the same old jokes Get the same old grins Now the joke's on you The laughter somehow too Everyday of my life Is fresh as morning dew And it's just because of you, girl Just because of you, girl Just becasue of you, girl Just because of you You know I love you, girl Just because of you, girl I go to the same old places See the same old faces Look at the same old sky See them all with brand new eyes Songwriters: Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Theresa Bell © Sony/ATV Music Publishing [Lyrics From LyricFind] Wikipedia states "Brand New Me", also A Brand New Me, is a 1969 song performed by Dusty Springfield written by Kenneth Gamble, Theresa Bell, and Jerry Butler. It was covered by Aretha Franklin. "For his material, Butler joined forces writing with Gamble, Huff, and Thom Bell. Huff or Bell worked out the melodies. Gamble and Butler assembled the words. They penned "Hey Western Union Man," "Brand New Me," and "Never Give You Up." William Clark, Jim Cogan Temples of Sound: Inside the Great Recording Studios -2003 Page 156.
Views: 48 Gary Larson
Aretha Franklin - A Brand New Me
 
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From the 1972 Atlantic album, "Young, Gifted And Black"
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Ricky Skaggs ~ Brand New Me (Vinyl)
 
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Country Music From the 1984 LP Country Boy
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You Don't Have To Say You Love Me Dusty Springfield cover Sarah Collins
 
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You Don't Have To Say You Love Me Dusty Springfield cover by Sarah Collins I've always enjoyed listening to Dusty Springfield's vocal and this is a cracker of a track! Hope you enjoy my cover of it! If you do, please remember to subscribe to my channel! Also check out https:/facebook.com/sallycollinsmusic https:/soundcloud.com/sallyc and Twitter @SazzleCollins Thanks so much and have a fab day! :0) x
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Dusty Springfield, January 1970 ("The Look of Love", "Wishin' and Hopin'" and "Brand New Me")
 
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Dusty Springfield ("The Look of Love", "Wishin' and Hopin'" and "Brand New Me"), Hollywood Palace, Jan 10, 1970. I don't own the copyright for this video, but you can find the full Hollywood Palace episode on its own channel...
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12 yr/old Jayna Brown covers "Brand New Me" Alicia Keys
 
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I hope you all like my cover of "Brand New Me" by my favorite artist Alicia Keys!! I hope to be as good as her one day singing and playing the piano.
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Dusty Springfield - Lost,  Live 1970.
 
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Live version of the Opening track on From Dusty With Love/A Brand New Me.
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Dusty Springfield - Lost (Promotional Video)
 
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Rare video from 1970 promoting the album, "A Brand New Me/From Dusty, With Love". I do not own this song or the video. (This video was originally uploaded by the user, chlong80, but audio was disabled by WMG)
Views: 5806 DustyRarities
Dusty Springfield - Let's Talk It Over
 
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From A Brand New Me/ From Dusty With Love LP 1970.
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Dusty Springfield - Something for nothing (Ruud's Extended Mix)
 
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The song 'Something for nothing' is taken from Dusty Springfields's sixth studio album 'A Brand New Me'. The album was recorded in late 1969 at the Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia and is the only one of Springfield's albums that was ever recorded featuring songs by the same production team for a whole album. Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff (who would later found Philadelphia International Records (PIR)), who also wrote many songs on the album, went on to have success with many groups and singers in the '70s, among them Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, The O'Jays, MFSB and The Three Degrees. MFSB - the house band of PIR - recorded an instrumental version of 'Something for nothing'. I took both the vocal and the instrumental version and used bits and pieces to create my own extended version of 'Something for nothing'. No copyright infringement intended. Enjoy!
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60S MAGIC /BRAND NEW ME BY DUSTY SPRINGFIELD!
 
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A neat and vibrant song by DUSTY SPRINGFIELD. Sixties touch BRAND NEW ME full uh uh!!
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Aretha Franklin - A Brand New Me (6-10-17)
 
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Recorded by Rob Wagner for DetroitMusicLive.com. Aretha Franklin performs "A Brand New Me" at the Detroit Music Weekend festival in Detroit, MI 6-10-17.
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Dusty Springfield - Crumbs Off The Table
 
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from the album Dusty In London released in 1999 Album Review In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Springfield had an unusual arrangement whereby Philips released her records everywhere in the world except the United States, where they appeared on Atlantic. Atlantic chose to release only 1968-71 material that was recorded in the U.S., meaning that quite a few tracks she recorded in Britain during this time went unreleased stateside. This collects 24 of those songs Springfield recorded in the U.K. between 1968 and 1971, only a few which had appeared in the U.S. before. Although this is not as soul- and R&B-oriented as the material Atlantic recorded with her in America during this era, in truth it's not always that far removed in sound and spirit from what you'll hear on the Atlantic albums Dusty in Memphis (1969) and A Brand New Me (1970). You can't get much more soulful than "Piece of My Heart," for instance, a good cover of which leads off the collection. Overall, though, it takes in a broader range of pop styles than Springfield did with her American/Atlantic recordings, from covers of the Rascals ("How Can I Be Sure") and Goffin-King ("Wasn't Born to Follow") to Charles Aznavour, Leon Russell, Jimmy Webb, Bacharach-David, and Antonio Carlos Jobim. Most of it's taken from the British albums Dusty Definitely (1968) and See All Her Faces (1972), and it's lower on standout performances than the familiar Atlantic albums are. The singing is almost always involved and committed, but sometimes the material is pedestrian. The highlights are very good, however, including Randy Newman's "I Think It's Going to Rain Today," the beautiful string ballad "Morning," and the bossa nova spiced "See All Her Faces." This is worth hearing if you like Springfield a lot; just don't gear up for an extraordinarily consistent or essential listen.
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Dusty Springfield - Wasn't Born To Follow.
 
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from the album Dusty In London released in 1999 Album Review In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Springfield had an unusual arrangement whereby Philips released her records everywhere in the world except the United States, where they appeared on Atlantic. Atlantic chose to release only 1968-71 material that was recorded in the U.S., meaning that quite a few tracks she recorded in Britain during this time went unreleased stateside. This collects 24 of those songs Springfield recorded in the U.K. between 1968 and 1971, only a few which had appeared in the U.S. before. Although this is not as soul- and R&B-oriented as the material Atlantic recorded with her in America during this era, in truth it's not always that far removed in sound and spirit from what you'll hear on the Atlantic albums Dusty in Memphis (1969) and A Brand New Me (1970). You can't get much more soulful than "Piece of My Heart," for instance, a good cover of which leads off the collection. Overall, though, it takes in a broader range of pop styles than Springfield did with her American/Atlantic recordings, from covers of the Rascals ("How Can I Be Sure") and Goffin-King ("Wasn't Born to Follow") to Charles Aznavour, Leon Russell, Jimmy Webb, Bacharach-David, and Antonio Carlos Jobim. Most of it's taken from the British albums Dusty Definitely (1968) and See All Her Faces (1972), and it's lower on standout performances than the familiar Atlantic albums are. The singing is almost always involved and committed, but sometimes the material is pedestrian. The highlights are very good, however, including Randy Newman's "I Think It's Going to Rain Today," the beautiful string ballad "Morning," and the bossa nova spiced "See All Her Faces." This is worth hearing if you like Springfield a lot; just don't gear up for an extraordinarily consistent or essential listen.
Views: 28979 fred166
Kirsten Holly Smith - A Brand New Me
 
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Kirsten Holly Smith performs the title track from Dusty Springfield's 1969 album, as part of her "Kirsten Holly Smith Sings Dusty Springfield" show at the legendary Duplex Cabaret (New York's oldest continuously operating cabaret club), Dec 13, 2008. Michael Thomas Murray - piano and musical direction; Romuald Filiot - bass; Mike Shapiro - drums.
Views: 718 Jonathan Vankin
Aretha Franklin - A Brand New Me
 
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Artist; Aretha Franklin Song; A Brand New Me Year; 1969 Copyright; This is Not Owned by this Channel and is Intended for Entertainment and / or Memories for Great Fans. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
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Aretha Franklin - A Brand New Me  [HD]
 
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Aretha Franklin sings 'A Brand New Me' from her 1972 Atlantic album 'Young, Gifted And Black'. This song was recorded by Leslie Gore in 1968 and Dusty Springfield and cowriter Jerry Butler in 1969. The song lyrics are listed below with some notes on the album. [Vinyl/26-Images/WAV] A Brand New Me Singer - Aretha Franklin This is my same old coat These are my same old shoes It was the same old me With the same old blues Oh, then you touched my life Just by holding my hand When I look in the mirror I see a brand new girl, oh me Just because of you, boy (just because of you) Just because of you, woah Just becasue of you, boy Just because of you I've got the same old friends And they've got the same old sins I tell the same old jokes And I get the same old grins But now the joke is on you It happened somehow with you Everyday of my life I'm as fresh as morning dew Just because of you (just because of you) Just because of you, woah Just becasue of you, oh (just because of you) Just because of you I go to the same old places (same old) I see the same old faces I look at the same old sky (same old) See it all with a brand new light I got a brand new boy (brand new) And I got me a brand new smile Since I found you baby I got me a brand new star Just because of you (just because of you) Just because of you, woah, I feel good Just becasue of you, oh (just because of you) Just because of you Oh, I feel good Just because of you, hey (just because of you) Just because of you, yes I do Just because of you, just because of you Oh, just because of you boy, yeah Just because of you, hey Just because of you, boy, just because, because, because of you Songwriters: Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Theresa Bell © Sony/ATV Music Publishing [Lyrics From LyricFind] Wikipedia states: Young, Gifted and Black is the eighteenth studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin, Released on January 24, 1972, by Atlantic Records. The album is Top 10 Gold-certified. The album won Franklin a 1972 Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance of the year. It takes its title from the Nina Simone song "To Be Young, Gifted and Black", which was originally recorded and released by Simone in 1969. In 2003, the TV network VH1 named it the 76th greatest album of all time.
Views: 51 Gary Larson
Dusty Springfield - They sold a million
 
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From BBC2, 28 January 1973. Stepping out with my baby, Medley: I close my eyes and count to ten, I only want to be with you, Wishin' and hopin', The look of love, A brand new me, You don't have to say you love me. Join Let's Talk Dusty!, the most vibrant and friendly Dusty community on the internet! www.dustyspringfield.org.uk
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Brand New Me
 
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brand new me by 2much
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