Riperton

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Come To My Garden
... Garden is the debut solo album by Minnie Riperton which was produced, arranged and orchestrated by Charles Stepney and released in 1970 ... Some versions of the CD release don't include the last track, "Whenever, Wherever." Riperton said she wanted a sound like the great Dionne Warwick / Burt Bacharach collaborations for the ... Minnie Riperton was presented as a solo artist by Ramsey Lewis on Saturday, December 26, 1970 at Chicago's famed London House ...
Love Lives Forever
... the sixth and final studio album by American soul singer Minnie Riperton ... Not as successful as its predecessor, it still has the untarnished texture for which Riperton's vocals were known and features Stevie Wonder on harmonica ... The back cover contains a quote about Riperton of each artist who participated, and their signature (being a thumbprint for Stevie Wonder) ...
Stay In Love - Track Listing
... All tracks by Minnie Riperton and Richard Rudolph, unless otherwise noted ... "Young Willing and Able" (Riperton, Rudolph, Marlo Henderson) – 344 "Could It Be I'm in Love" – 417 "Oh Darlin'.. ... Life Goes On" (Riperton, Rudolph, Freddie Perren) – 350 "Can You Feel What I'm Saying?" (Riperton, Rudolph, Leon Ware) – 417 "Gettin' Ready for Your Love" – 338 "Stick Together" (Riperton ...
Minnie Riperton - Career - Later Career
... After Perfect Angel, Riperton and Richard Rudolph started on Riperton's third album, Adventures in Paradise (1975) ... In 1977, Riperton lent her vocal abilities to a track named, "Yesterday and Karma," on Osamu Kitajima's album, "Osamu." In 1978, Riperton's attorney Mike Rosenfeld and her husband, Richard Rudolph ... In April 1979, Riperton released her fifth and final album, Minnie ...
Lovin' You
... "Lovin' You" is a 1975 hit single by Minnie Riperton ... The song is especially noteworthy due to the unusually high pitches that Riperton reaches during the song ... chirping songbirds that are heard throughout the song, which Riperton phonates by use of the whistle register ...