Top Mary Wells Albums
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Recorded Live On Stage
Recorded Live On Stage
[2014]
Strange Love
Strange Love
[2013]
The Queen of Motown
The Queen of Motown
[2013]
Bye Bye Baby - The Early Collection
Bye Bye Baby - The Early Collection
[2013]
Something New: Motown Lost & Found
Something New: Motown Lost & Found
[2012]
Well, Well, It's Mary (Rerecorded Version) - [The Dave Cash Collection]
Well, Well, It's Mary (Rerecorded Version) - [The Dave Cash Collection]
[2011]
My Guy (Rerecorded Version)
My Guy (Rerecorded Version)
[2010]
Mary Wells: Legends
Mary Wells: Legends
[2010]
In and Out of Love (Bonus Track Version)
In and Out of Love (Bonus Track Version)
[2009]
Mary Wells: Her Very Best - EP
Mary Wells: Her Very Best - EP
[2008]
American Legend: Mary Wells
American Legend: Mary Wells
[2008]
The Definitive Collection: Mary Wells
The Definitive Collection: Mary Wells
[2008]
Top Hits - My Guy
Top Hits - My Guy
[2008]
Living In the '80s
Living In the '80s
[2008]
Mary Wells: Studio 102 Essentials
Mary Wells: Studio 102 Essentials
[2008]
Make Up, Break Up
Make Up, Break Up
[2007]
The Hits (Re-Recorded Versions)
The Hits (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2006]
Bye Bye Baby - Single
Bye Bye Baby - Single
[2004]
Looking Back 1961-1964
Looking Back 1961-1964
[1993]
My Guy
My Guy
[1992]
Servin' Up Some Soul
Servin' Up Some Soul
[1968]
Two Sides Of...
Two Sides Of...
[1966]
Mary Wells
Mary Wells
[1965]
Mary Wells Sings My Guy
Mary Wells Sings My Guy
[1964]
The One Who Really Loves You
The One Who Really Loves You
[1962]
Bye, Bye Baby, I Don't Want to Take a Chance (Bonus Track Version)
Bye, Bye Baby, I Don't Want to Take a Chance (Bonus Track Version)
[1961]
Related Information for Mary WellsMary Esther Wells (May 13, 1943 – July 26, 1992) was an American singer who defined the early sound of Motown Records in the early sixties. Along with The Miracles, The Temptations, The Supremes, andThe Four Tops, Wells was said to have been part of the charge in black music onto radio stations and record shelves of mainstream America “bridging the color lines in music at the time. read more