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  1. From the 1992 album, Rescued: The Best of Fontella Bass, is the 1966 soft ballad, “You’ll Never Ever Know,” which charted on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at number thirty-four. This heartbreak song of a woman abandoned by her man as he takes up a new love was blues at its best, thanks to Bass’s powerful vocal delivery.

  2. Fontella Bowie (née Bass) Perfil: Born: July 3, 1940, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Died: December 26, 2012, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. American soul singer & pianist, best known for the 1965 R&B hit "Rescue Me" (which she unsuccessfully sought to be recognised as co-writer). She was the wife of jazz trumpeter Lester Bowie, daughter of Martha Bass ...

  3. 15 de ene. de 2022 · The rest of the lyrics in the song center around her feelings associated with seeing him and knowing that while she still loves him, there simply can’t be an intimate relationship between the two of them. 9. Baby What You Want Me To Do (2006) Fontella Bass - Baby what you want me to do. Watch on.

  4. 21 de mar. de 2019 · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music GroupRecovery · Fontella BassRescued: The Best Of Fontella Bass℗ A Geffen Records Release; ℗ 1965 UMG Recordings, Inc....

  5. 27 de dic. de 2012 · F ontella Bass, who died this week at age 72, was a homegrown St. Louis gospel and R&B sensation whose 1965 “Rescue Me” sold millions of records worldwide. While her song was a hit in the ...

  6. 18 de ago. de 2022 · Fontella Bass (born July 3, 1940 in St. Louis, Missouri - died December 26, 2012 in St. Louis, Missouri) was an American soul and rnb singer, recording the iconic hit "Rescue Me" in 1965.The daughter of gospel singer Martha Bass (of the Clara Ward Singers), Bass was exposed to music at an early age.She was singing in her church's choir at just six years old.

  7. 29 de dic. de 2012 · This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon, Dec. 28, 2012 - Say “Fontella Bass” within earshot of anyone of a certain age, and the listener will most likely respond, reflexively and often lyrically, “Rescue me.” The sultry, angst-filled love song with a dance beat stormed the charts in 1965, was nominated for a Grammy Award the following year and remained forever anchored as ...