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Felice Taylor

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Felice Taylor died aged seventy-three on 12th June 2017 and was interred at the RiversidePhoto of Felice Taylor National Cemetery in Riverside, California, U.S.A.
Felice was born Florine Corella Flanagan in Richmond, California, U.S.A. and began singing with her sisters Norma and Darlene in a trio called 'The Sweets', who recorded two singles, "The Richest Girl", for the Valiant label in 1965 and "Satisfy Me Baby" on the Soul Town label.
Felice Taylor recorded her solo hit "Think About Me", as Florain Felice Taylor, on the Groovy label. Her greatest success came after signing for Bob Keane's Mustang label, a subsidiary of Bronco Records. There she was teamed with the songwriters and record producers, Barry White and Paul Politi, who co-wrote "It May Be Winter Outside (But in My Heart It's Spring)", a minor hit reaching number forty-two on the Billboard Hot 100 and number forty-four on the Rythm & Blues chart in early 1967. The follow-up single was "I'm Under the Influence of Love" but third single, "I Feel Love Comin' On", also written and produced by White and Politi was not released in the U.S.A, but reached number eleven in the UK Singles Chart, when leased to President Records later in 1967.
After leaving Bronco, Felice Taylor recorded for Kent Records, and later in the U.K. with members of The Equals. In 1973, White's protegées Love Unlimited recorded new versions of "It May Be Winter Outside" and "Under the Influence of Loimage of Felice Taylorve" and Barry White recorded "I Feel Love Comin' On" on The Love Unlimited Orchestra's top ten album Rhapsody in White. Felice Taylor herself seems not to have recorded after the early 1970s.
Following an early marriage to Johnny B. Taylor, Felice remarried, to Walter Lee Andrews.

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song:'I Feel Love Coming On'
by Felice Taylor