Esther Phillips  

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Esther Mae Jones (December 23 1935August 7 1984) who performed as Little Esther and as Esther Phillips, was an American singer; she performed in the pop, country, jazz, and rhythm and blues fields, including soul music.

Singles

Year Title - 1962 "Release Me" 8
1963 "I Really Don't Want To Know" 61
1965 "And I Love Him" 54
1966 "When a Woman Loves a Man" 73
1972 "Home Is Where the Hatred Is"
1975 "One Night Afair"
"Too Late to Worry, Too Blue to Cry"
"What a Diff'rence a Day Makes" 20




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