Share My Love

Ranked #3 on the list Best Album by Gloria Jones

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About Share My Love

  • Year Released: 1973

Share My Love is a studio album released by Gloria Jones in 1973. Dedicated to the memory of Gloria's friend, Lee Jacobs. It was received well by critics and the Motown industry, however was not promoted, as Gloria decided instead to work with Marc Bolan and T. Rex. In a 2002 interview, conducted by James Ellis, Gloria was quoted: "I had just finished recording an album called Share My Love for Motown and the manager called me and said he wanted to book me into the Continental in LA, where Bette Midler had just broken. I got a call from Marc and he said: 'I need you to come and help me finish an album in Germany.' I made the decision to go with him. I sent my management a telegram from Germany saying: 'Sorry, I'm in love.' " Share My Love was given its first official CD release in March 2009. Side One Side Two Produced by Tom Thacker for Corduroy Arranged by Paul Riser (except "Oh Baby" arranged by Richard Jones, Andre Moore and Paul Riser) Engineer: Johnny Horton for Cordouroy Recordists: Gary Ladinsky, Chris Morris, John Henning, Austin Godsey & Lee Kiefer Photography: Fed Marx (cover), Chuck Leopold (liner) On "Share My Love", "Why Can't You Be Mine", "So Tired" and "What Did I

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