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Mary Love, born (sources differ) as Mary Ann Allen or Mary Ann Varney (July 27, 1943 – June 21, 2013) and later known as Mary Love Comer, was an American soul and gospel singer, and Christian evangelist.Love was born in Sacramento, California. After being discovered by Sam Cooke's manager, J.W. Alexander, she began singing on sessions in Los Angeles before recording “You Turned My Bitter Into Sweet” for the Modern record label in 1965. Later records for the label met with little success until "Move a Little Closer," which made no. 48 on the R&B chart in 1966. Her recordings for Modern, sone of which were issued in the UK, subsequently became popular on the English Northern soul scene. She revisited the lower... read more