Miss Patti LaBelle was the moving force behind the 70’s Soul group LaBelle and their signature song Lady Marmalade made them international superstars. Patti’s powerful vocals made her a standout in the group (though they subsequently reformed in the 90’s) as she eventually went solo with a sustained and successful career that has lasted decades.
From Gospel and Ballads (The Best Is Yet to Come, On My Own) and Disco (Music Is My Way of Life) to 80’s pop (New Attitude, Stir It Up) and 90’s R&B/House (Turn It Out, Shoe on the Other Foot, When You Talk about Love) the women is a force to be reckoned with.
I’m sorry that I cannot spend more time providing accolades to Miss Patti, but I just literally escaped a two-day nightmare from Emory (world-renowned hospital) with my IV still embedded yesterday and just saw my PCP who has now gotten me a bed at a neighboring hospital which he is affiliated. Long story, but I’m not in the best of shape these days.
I just wanted to make sure I got this out since it’s been complete for a couple of weeks now and let’s face it, WHO DOESN’T LOVE PATTI? I’ll slap you down if you say you don’t because you haven’t listened to this magnificent representation (albeit limited) of her contributions to house music.
Without further ado, Party Favorz is thrilled to induct Miss Patti LaBelle into the Diva Hall of Fame.
Album : Patti LaBelle | The Diva Series
Genre : Circuit, Disco, House, Very Gay
Year : 2016
Total Time : 1:10:15
- Shoe Was On The Other Foot (Tony Moran’s Miss Patti’s Anthem)
- The Right Kinda Lover (Darrin Friedman & Hex Hector Tribal Club Remix)
- Superlover (Mark Picchiotti Club Mix)
- When You Talk About Love (Hex Hector Main Club Mix)
- Music Is My Way Of Life (Joey Negro Funk In The Music Mix)
- New Day (Josh Harris Studio 54 Mixshow)
- Something More (Quentin Harris Remix)
- Turn It Out (Frankie Knuckles ”The Bomb” Mix)
- New Attitude (Disco Diamonds Remix)
- Lady Marmalade (Extended Remix Long Version)