Not a Little Girl Anymore (Linda Lewis album)

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Not a Little Girl Anymore
Studio album by Linda Lewis
Released 1975
Genre Soul, Rhythm and blues
Length 35:39
Label Arista
Producer Jim Cregan, Tony Silvester and Bert DeCoteaux
Linda Lewis chronology
Fathoms Deep
(1973)
'''Not a Little Girl Anymore'''
(1975)
Woman Overboard
(1977)

Not a Little Girl Anymore is an album by English singer Linda Lewis, first released in 1975. Lewis’ fifth album in as many years peaked at number 40 in the U.K. album charts and features, along with the lighter songs such as the cover of Cat Steven’s “(Remember the Days of) The Old School Yard” and the gentle pastiche “My Grandaddy Could Reggae”, more sultry numbers such as “This Time I’ll be Sweeter” and ”It's in His Kiss” and made clear the intention of re-branding the singer, moving her towards a more adult audience.

Track listing[edit]

Side One[edit]

  1. "(Remember the Days of) The Old Schoolyard" – (Cat Stevens)
  2. "It's in His Kiss" – (Rudy Clark)
  3. "This Time I'll Be Sweeter" – (Pat Grant, Gwen Guthrie)
  4. "Rock and Roller Coaster" – (Lewis)
  5. "Not a Little Girl Anymore" – (David Bartlett, Emilio Castillo, Stephen Kupka)

Side Two[edit]

  1. "Love Where Are You Now" – (Ian Samwell, Bobby Tench)
  2. "My Grandaddy Could Reggae" – (Lewis)
  3. "I Do My Best to Impress" – (Lewis)
  4. "May You Never" – (John Martyn)
  5. "Love, Love, Love" – (Lewis)

2001 Re-master CD bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "Walk About" - (Lewis) - B-side of "It's in His Kiss"
  2. "The Seaside Song" - (Lewis) - B-side of "Rock and Roller Coaster"
  3. "Cordon Blues" - (Lewis)
  4. "So Many Mysteries to Find" - (Lewis)
  5. "Baby I'm Yours" - (Van McCoy) - 1976 single
  6. "It All Comes Back to Love" (Linda Lewis) - B-side of "Winter Wonderland"
  7. "The Other Side" - (Lewis) - B-side of "Baby I'm Yours"
  8. "Winter Wonderland" - (Felix Bernard, Dick Smith) - 1976 single

References[edit]