", Offiziellecharts.de – The Symbol – Betcha by Golly Wow! Prince had stated that he always wanted to release his own version but his record company, Warner Bros. Records, had not permitted it. During the early 1970s, the group had twelve consecutive R&B top ten hits, including "Stop, Look, Listen", "You Are Everything", "Betcha by Golly, Wow", "I'm Stone in Love with You", "Break Up to Make Up", and "You Make Me Feel Brand New". "Keep Growing Strong" is a song written by Thom Bell and Linda Creed, originally recorded by Connie Stevens under the Bell Records label in 1970. Garcia also appeared in the video; she played herself in the doctor's office, confirming she is pregnant and revealing this to Prince when he walks into the room. The version that was released on The Gold Experience is a different mix of the song. 3 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. [4] The Stylistics' recording sold over one million copies globally, earning the band a gold disc [1] The award was presented by the RIAA on April 17, 1972. Linda Diane Creed, also known by her married name Linda Epstein, was an American singer-songwriter and lyricist who teamed up with songwriter-producer Thom Bell to produce some of the most successful Philadelphia soul groups of the 1970s. 2 on the Billboard R&B chart,[3] and reached No. "You Make Me Feel Brand New" is a 1974 single by the Philadelphia soul group The Stylistics. Betcha By Golly, Wow (Originally Performed By The Stylistics) [Karaoke Version] Songs Download- Listen Betcha By Golly, Wow (Originally Performed By The Stylistics) [Karaoke Version] MP3 songs online free. 13 on the UK Singles Chart in July 1972. ", Offiziellecharts.de – The Symbol – Betcha by Golly Wow! All versions of the single had "Right Back Here in My Arms" as the B-side. Need help? All versions of the single had "Right Back Here in My Arms" as the B-side. ", Ultratop.be – The Symbol – Betcha by Golly Wow! 18 song for 1972. ", Swisscharts.com – The Symbol – Betcha by Golly Wow! Garcia also appeared in the video; she played herself in the doctor's office, confirming she is pregnant and revealing this to Prince when he walks into the room. "You Are Everything" is a soul song written by Thom Bell and Linda Creed that was originally recorded by the Philadelphia soul group The Stylistics. This video is from WeSing. Genre Pop Comment by Becca. It was the third track from The Stylistics' 1971 debut self-titled album; [2] released as a single in 1972, it reached No. The song was spoofed by Philippine Comedian, This page was last edited on 13 October 2020, at 13:24. 13 on the UK Singles Chart in July 1972. A trio of selections on side one originated as film scores and had lyrics added later. Both tracks were the album version. [1] There are two mixes of the song; the 3:17 version released as a single is the one most familiar to listeners, while the 3:48 album version has an instrumental break prior to the song's finale. ", Swisscharts.com – The Symbol – Betcha by Golly Wow! The song was written by Thom Bell and Linda Creed. The track was the lead single in support of the album, released on September 12, 1995. "Keep Growing Strong" is a song written by Thom Bell and Linda Creed, originally recorded by Connie Stevens under the Bell Records label in 1970. 13 on the UK Singles Chart in July 1972. 18 song for 1972. The album charted at number 107 on the Billboard 200 chart, and of the singles released from the album, "No One Can Love You More" was the most successful, charting at number 58 in the Billboard Hot Soul singles chart. One of the backgrounds of the video is Prince's own Paisley Park Studios. The composition later became a hit when it was released by the Philadelphia soul group The Stylistics in 1972 under its better known title, "Betcha By Golly, Wow".[1]. The song is noted for lead singer Russell Thompkins Jr.'s distinctive falsetto singing, which he employs through most of the record. It was the third track from The Stylistics' 1971 debut self-titled album;[2] released as a single in 1972, it reached No. [1] There are two mixes of the song; the 3:17 version released as a single is the one most familiar to listeners, while the 3:48 album version has an instrumental break prior to the song's finale. [10], "Image : RPM Weekly - Library and Archives Canada", Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1972, Australian-charts.com – The Symbol – Betcha by Golly Wow! Emancipation is the 19th studio album by American recording artist Prince. SoundCloud. [1] There are two mixes of the song; the 3:17 version released as a single is the one most familiar to listeners, while the 3:48 album version has an instrumental break prior to the song's finale.