Gloria gaynor - i will survive (phil kelsey's remix) - I will survive - Gloria Gaynor - YouTube

It took all the strength I had
not to fall apart
Kept trying' hard to mend the pieces
of my broken heart,
And I spent oh so many nights
Just feeling sorry for myself.
I used to cry
But now I hold my head up high
And you see me somebody new
I'm not that chained up little person
still in love with you,
And so you feel like droppin' in
And just expect me to be free,
Now I'm savin' all my lovin'
for someone who's lovin' me

Gaynor was a singer with the Soul Satisfiers, a jazz / R&B music band, in the 1960s. She recorded "She'll Be Sorry/Let Me Go Baby" (for the first time as Gloria Gaynor ) in 1966, for Johnny Nash's Jocida label. Her first real success came in 1975 when she was signed to Columbia Records by Clive Davis. The fruit of that was the release of her album Never Can Say Goodbye on Columbia Records. The first side of the album consisted of three songs ("Honey Bee", " Never Can Say Goodbye " and " Reach Out, I'll Be There ") with no break between the songs. This 19-minute dance marathon proved to be enormously popular, especially at dance clubs. All three songs were released as singles via radio edits and all of them became hits. The album was instrumental in introducing disco music to the public, "Never Can Say Goodbye" becoming the first song to top Billboard magazine's dance chart . The Jackson 5 cover was successful on the mainstream Pop Charts as well, peaking at #9, and on the R&B Charts , reaching #34. It also marked her first significant chart success internationally, making it into the Top 5 in Australia, Canada, Germany and the UK. The song would go on to be certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry , and subsequently gold in the US. Capitalizing on the success of her first album, she quickly released her second album, Experience Gloria Gaynor , later that same year. Some of her lesser-known singles, due to lack of recurrent airplay — including "Honey Bee" (1974), "Casanova Brown" (1975), and "Let's Make A Deal" (1976), as well as her cover of The Four Tops ' "Reach Out, I'll Be There" (which also became a #14 hit on the UK Singles Chart ) — became hits in the clubs and reached the Top 5 on Billboard ' s disco charts. Many charted on the Hot 100 and R&B charts as well, with songs like "(If You Want It) Do It Yourself" - a #1 disco hit - peaking at #98 on the Pop Charts and #24 on the R&B Charts. Her cover of " How High The Moon " topped the US Dance Charts, and made the lower parts of both the Pop and R&B charts, as well as achieving some international chart success. After her 1976 album, I've Got You , she shifted from her hit production team, to work with other productions. [ citation needed ] Since then, Gloria Gaynor had recorded some 16 albums including one in England, One in Germany, and 2 in Italy.

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