The want AdsSearch ads
Format: WBEV Stream Want Ads free online.
Want Ads songtexts - Honey Cone
"Want Ads" is the leading singles from Honey Cone's second record Sweet Replies and will also be released on their forth record Soulful Tapestry. Greg Perry (who created the song), Barney Perkins and General Norman Johnson wrote the music. "Want Ads" is the leading singles from Honey Cone's second record Sweet Replies and will also be released on their forth record Soulful Tapestry.
Greg Perry (who created the song), Barney Perkins and General Norman Johnson wrote the music. Eventually, the concept for the track began when a recording artist called Barney Perkins, while looking through the secret section of a paper, proposed that someone should post a track through search ads & Greg Perry thought the concept might work.
Johnson (who at that time was still a member of the soleyband Chairmen of the Board) after writing the track "Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed" with Greg Perry for the group 100 Proof (Aged in Soul).
It was first performed by Glass Act (led by Scherrie Payne, Freda Payne's sibling and former co-lead vocalist of The Supremes in the 70s). Sherrie didn't like the track & Greg didn't like the track, so they & Freda did the recording themselves, but after she was unhappy with the second release, she proposed that Edna Wright (the Honey Cone vocalist ) should do the recording after passing through the recording studios.
In 1971 the track was at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Soul Singles Chart.
Ads by Honey Cone - Patterns, Covers and Remixes
We have noticed that your web browsers do not display any ads. You may be doing this because you are using an ad hog or other type of browsing enhancement that prevents ads from being displayed, or because you are using browsers protection preferences that prohibit ads from being displayed. You don't want advertising? All subscriptions support the operation of our services.
When ads are still not displayed, you should adjust your browsing preferences so that they begin to appear.