The Pointer Sisters is the self-titled debut by the Pointer Sisters, released in 1973 on the Blue Thumb label. The album yielded the hits "Yes We Can Can" and "Wang Dang Doodle" and became a success based on word of mouth after heralded performances at The Troubadour in Los Angeles and the Helen Reddy Show. The album peaked at number 13 on the Billboard 200 and reached number three on the R&B albums chart and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America in February 1974
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The Pointer Sisters - Automatic (Album Version) 04:46. The Pointer Sisters - I'm so Excited (Remastered) 04:01. The Pointer Sisters - Dare Me (12" Extended Mix) 06:20. The Pointer Sisters - Jump (For My Love) 04:27. The Pointer Sisters - Automatic - (12" ExtendedMix) 06:10.
Let It Be Me. Written-By – G. Bécaud, M. Curtis, P. Delanoe. The Pointer Sisters Concert at The Opera House, San Francisco on the evening of April 21, 1974. Recorded through the remote facilities of Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco. Blue Thumbs Records, Inc. Beverly Hills.
Pointer Sisters Format: Vinyl. The original album artwork is intact here, front and back and the liner notes by the always excellent Christian John Wilkane are informative and highly interesting. There are brand new interviews here with Ruth and Anita Pointer. And the sound is amazing as always. But let me tell you it only took 1 listening to Angry Eyes and Dirty Work to convince me. All people involved did a fantastic job of putting this album of covers together. I like most, if not all, of them better than the originals. I think you will be pleased. PS, If you have never heard of the band (Nantucket) that I mentioned earlier.
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The Pointer Sisters enjoyed massive success in the 70s' and 80s' after expanding to include their sisters Anita and Ruth. Their many hits are still played and covered today and include Slow Hand, I'm So Excited and Jump (For My Love) and Automatic. Tragedy struck in 2006 when June passed away from lung cancer at the tender age of 52. Her siblings were all by her beside, all except for Bonnie. Reliving the glory days: Bonnie was on form when she performed with her sisters at the Roxy, LA in June
The Pointer Sisters were featured on the 1977 album Saffo Music by Italian R&B singer Lara Saint Paul and produced by Leon Ware, with bass by Chuck Rainey, guitar by Ray Parker Jr. and mixed by Bill Conti. It was released in Italy under LASAPA records. November 1977 saw the release of the jazz-funk oriented Having a Party which would be the final album release featuring the Pointer Sisters in their original four-woman format: in fact it was only on the title cut that all four members sang, the album's other cuts featuring Anita, Bonnie and Ruth but not June Pointer. Anita and Ruth responded that Bonnie had demanded to be let back into the group and was upset that she had not been allowed to rejoin it, and that June had left no instructions for her burial
Pointer Sisters: listen and download Cormac Breatnach, Martin Dunlea, Vanessa Williams - Silent Night, Vanessa Williams - The Little Drummer Boy, Cormac Breatnach, Martin Dunlea, Vanessa Williams - The Holly and the Ivy, Sonny Burke, The Pointer Sisters - Don't It Drive You Crazy & more. The Pointer Sisters - Live At The Opera House, 1974. Overture - Prelude To Islandia 07:30. Old Songs: That's A Plenty, Bei Mir Bist Du Schon 06:48. Hands Up, Wang Dang Doodle 05:18.