Mary Wells (album)

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Mary Wells
Studio album by Mary Wells
Released 1965
Recorded 1964-1965
Genre Soul/R&B
Label 20th Century Fox
Mary Wells chronology
Mary Wells Sings My Guy
(1964)
Mary Wells
(1965)
Love Songs to the Beatles
(1966)

Mary Wells is the self-titled sixth studio album released by Mary Wells. The album was her first album with 20th Century Fox, a year after she left her old label, Motown, the label that she had produced its first hits with. While this album was boosted by the top 40 success of the Motown-esque "Use Your Head", the album received little notice and its following singles including the top 50 hit, "Ain't It the Truth?" and "Stop Taking Me for Granted", which peaked at a dismal number 88 pop, performed poorer for an artist who a year ago had scored her first No. 1 hit with "My Guy". This and her record of Beatles songs were the only albums she released with 20th Century Fox.

Tracklisting[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Why Don't You Let Yourself Go"
  2. "Everlovin' Boy"
  3. "He's A Lover"
  4. "Stop Takin' Me For Granted"
  5. "Use Your Head"
  6. "We're Just Two Of A Kind"

Side two[edit]

  1. "My Mind's Made Up"
  2. "Never, Never Leave Me"
  3. "Ain't It The Truth"
  4. "He's Good Enough For Me"
  5. "How Can I Forget Him"
  6. "I'm Learning "