Let There Be More Melissa Manchester

Let There Be More Melissa Manchester

It belongs to Grammy-winning Melissa Manchester, whose work, starting in 1973, was issued over here with little fanfare or promotion. Here, some may know only of her affiliation with Bette Midler (Melissa was one of the original Harlettes and can be heard on the classic Divine Miss M album). The observant will have seen her name in songwriting credits (the list of people who've interpreted her work is near-endless - Dusty Springfield, Leona Lewis, Diana Ross, Stevie Nicks and innumerable others).

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