Come See About Me (1964)
1965 saw this record on the Pink UK Pye label a smash hit at the Twisted Wheel and it became quite rare as records that never made the charts got deleted rapidly. In 1968 it re-surfaced at the Blue Note club and had another period of fame. An early example of what was to come from Philadelphia song writer Kenny Gamble. On the Northern scene today its her Come See About Me that is the most favoured 45 from this underrated, almost unheard of Soul deva. She did the original version of Come See About Me, made into a huge hit by the Supremes.
She made several great recordings and many have an early Motown feel:
Come Back Baby
Your Love Back
You Don’t Love Me Anymore
You can find all of her WAND recordings on a CD:
Wikipedia: Nella Dodds