Anytime, Any Place, Anywhere

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"Anytime, Any Place, Anywhere"
Single by Joe Morris and His Orchestra
Released 1950 (1950)
Genre R&B
Label Boston Records

"Anytime, Any Place, Anywhere" is a 1950 debut single by Joe Morris and His Orchestra. Joe Morris' debut single was his most successful on three entries on the R&B chart. "Anytime, Any Place, Anywhere" featured vocals by Laurie Tate and hit number one on the R&B charts.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 415. 
Preceded by
"Blue Shadows" by Lowell Fulson Featuring Lloyd Glenn at the 88
Billboard Best Selling Retail Rhythm & Blues Records number-one single
November 4, 1950
Succeeded by
"Please Send Me Someone to Love" by Percy Mayfield and Orchestra