Francine "Peaches" Barker - Traces download flac
Written by Buddy Buie, James Cobb and Emory Gordy. Arranged and produced by Billy Sherrill
Peaches & Herb are an American vocalist duo. Herb Fame (born October 1, 1942) has remained a constant as "Herb" since the duo was created in 1966; seven different women have filled the role of "Peaches", most notably Francine "Peaches" Hurd Barker (April 28, 1947 – August 13, 2005), the original "Peaches" who lent her nickname to the duo, and Linda Greene, the third "Peaches" who appeared on the duo's biggest hits "Shake Your Groove Thing" (1978) and "Reunited" (1979).
As Francine Barker, her married name, she also released a trio of excellent solo singles, before retiring from the record biz to raise a family. Herb Fame continued recording for many years with a succession of replacement Peaches. Francine died in Washington on August 13th. She is survived by daughters Shaunte and Shanice, grandchildren Ellisha, Shanee, Larc and Kayla, and a large extended family.
Francine "Peaches" Barker, using the stage name Francine Day, started a singing trio initially dubbed The Darlettes and later renamed The Sweet Things after a change of record label to Date Records.
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The nickname "Peaches" came from the original female singer, Francine "Peaches" Barker (. P), who had chosen to retire due to the rigors of touring. Peaches & Herb - Reunited. 70s Music Music Mix Good Music Soul Train Easy Listening Greatest Songs Motown Music Lovers Kinds Of Music. 60s Music, Blues Music, Greatest Album Covers, Rock And Roll Bands, Neo Soul, Great Albums, Peaches, Falling In Love, Turning 60. Nicole Turofsky. Peaches & Herb Francine "Peaches" Hurd Barker.
Francine "Peaches" Peaches Hurd Barker (Francine Barker). She was a member of the singing duo Peaches and Herb. Some of their popular songs were Let’s Fall In Love, Close Your Eyes, For Your Love and Love Is Strange. their success earning the romantic sounding duo the sobriquet The Sweethearts of Soul. bio by: Brown Girl 33). Born.
Francine Barker was the original Peaches who scored with Herb Fame (Feemster) in the '60s with "Close Your Eyes" and "Lets Fall in Love. This new Peaches oozed sexuality, and her voice could raise the dead. Producer Freddie Perren, well aware of the disco rage, balanced their slowies with rump shakers like "Shake Your Groove Thing," and "We've Got Love," two of their better uptempo numbers. Their debut album sounded a bit trite at times, but was redeemed by a couple of wonderful duets. This was their second album of 1967, rushed out to keep the momentum going from the response to the two chart hits from their debut.
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Written-By – B. Buie*, E. Gordy*, J. Cobb*
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Written-By – F. Barker*, G. Tillman*
- Arranged By – B. Sherrill*
- Producer – Billy Sherrill
Notessimilar to Francine "Peaches" Barker* - Traces, but label type in a different font
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): ZSP 150033
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): ZSP 151538
- Matrix / Runout (A side etched runout): ZSP-150033-1B
- Matrix / Runout (B side stamped runout): ZSP151538-1C
|4-44910||Francine "Peaches" Barker*||Traces (7")||Columbia||4-44910||US||1968|
|4-44910||Francine "Peaches" Barker*||Traces (7", Promo)||Columbia||4-44910||US||1968|