Title: Mary MacGregor
Style: Country Rock, Pop Rock, Vocal, Ballad
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Mary MacGregor (born May 6, 1948) is an American singer, best known for singing the 1976 song "Torn Between Two Lovers", which topped the Billboard charts for two weeks. MacGregor was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States. She began studying piano at age six, and was singing with bands by the time she was a teenager. After attending the University of Minnesota, MacGregor began to tour the country with various acts and caught the attention of Peter Yarrow from Peter, Paul & Mary.
Mary MacGregor is Mary MacGregor's fourth and final album, released in 1980. After recording two albums for Ariola Records - who had also released a Mary MacGregor compilation - MacGregor had recorded the track "Good Friend" for the 1979 film Meatballs whose soundtrack album was released by RSO Records. Good Friend" had been sufficiently successful - reaching on the Billboard Hot 100 - for RSO to sign MacGregor in December 1979.
Album · 2014 · 30 Songs. See All. The Leif Garrett Collection. Pops of the 80s - Cult Hits for Ballroom & Latin Dancing. It is out of print and was never issued on CD. Track listing. Torn Between Two Lovers (Mary MacGregor album) - Infobox Album Name TORN BETWEEN TWO LOVERS Type Album Longtype Artist Mary MacGregor Released 1976 Label Ariola AmericaSMAS 50015 Producer Peter Yarrow Barry BeckettMary MacGregor s 1st album.
Listen to music from Mary MacGregor like Torn Between Two Lovers, good friend & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mary MacGregor. Mary was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, where she studied classical piano from the age of six. Within eight years, she was singing professionally with a local big band.
Mary Macgregor Character Analysis. Though she is a member of the Brodie set, Mary is considered by everyone at Blaine, from Miss Lockhart to Miss Brodie herself, to be rather stupid and disagreeable. She is Miss Brodie’s scapegoat, the girl whom she blames everything on, and even Sandy treats her condescendingly and cruelly. The timeline below shows where the character Mary Macgregor appears in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance. the laughter of the girls present. recognize their primes and live life to the full during those years.
|A1||Dancin' Like Lovers||3:34|
|A2||You're Just Between Love||3:06|
|A4||Love, What Took You So Long||3:12|
|A5||Anything But Yes Is Still A No||2:50|
|B3||I Can't Hold On||2:58|
|B5||Never Give Up||4:06|
- Arranged By [Horns, Strings], Conductor – David Blumberg
- Backing Vocals – Virgil Beckham (tracks: A5)
- Backing Vocals, Vocals – Virgil Beckham (tracks: B5)
- Bass – Marc Boeddeker, Michael Porcaro*, Neil Stubenhaus
- Drums – Michael Botts*
- Engineer – Bill Gazecki, David J. Holman
- Flute – Bryan Savage
- Guitar – James House, Michael Landau, Ronald Cook, Steve Lukather
- Guitar [Electric], Acoustic Guitar – Larry Guzy
- Keyboards – Brian Whitcomb, Jai Winding
- Mastered By – Phil Cross
- Percussion, Synthesizer – David J. Holman
- Piano – Pete Robinson
- Producer – David J. Holman (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to B5), Elmer Bernstein (tracks: B1), Norman Gimbel (tracks: B1)
|RS-1-3083||Mary MacGregor||Mary MacGregor (LP, Album, Promo)||RSO||RS-1-3083||US||1980|
|2394 259||Mary MacGregor||Mary MacGregor (LP, Album)||RSO||2394 259||US||1980|
|4807||Mary MacGregor||Mary MacGregor (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||747||4807||Saudi Arabia||1980|
|80.041||Mary MacGregor||Mary MacGregor (LP, Album)||RSO||80.041||Venezuela||1980|
|CD-1-3083||Mary Macgregor||Mary Macgregor (CD, Album, Dig)||RSO||CD-1-3083||Europe||2012|