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Wendy Moten favorites

I have chosen my Three favorite songs from each of Wendy's albums. It was hard choosing, because all of the music is excellent, but I think I made good choices.

Wendy Moten (1992)
Whatever It Takes
So Close to Love
Forever Yours

Time For Change (1995)
Hear the Angels Cry
Time for Change
All That my Heart can Hold

Life's What You Make It (1996)
It's Over Now
If You Don't Love Me
People Got to be Free

Tis The Season (2009)
Little Dummer Boy
Angels We Have Heard on High
We Three Kings

Timeless: Wendy Moten Sings Richard Whiting (2014)
Too Marvelous for Words
When Did You Leave Heaven

Honorable mentions ( either singles or collaborations)

Who Will the Next Fool Be (feat. Wendy Moten) w/Dual Drive Album : The Memphis Project

Still its You duet with Phil Perry (Theme from Mr. Wonderful)
Whatever You Imagine  (PageMaster soundtrack)
Don't Go w/ Michael Lington
In Your Eyes w/ Shelia Houston
Without You w/Michael J. Thomas
All I do w/ Kirk Whalum
She also did the background for several albums, one in particular was Londa Larmond's 2001 release Love Letters. I found myself on listening for her voice. lol 
There are so many more I could list here, but I'll stop and let you do the research. :-)


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