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Kim Weston

Kim started singing in her church choir at the tender age of three. She had her first of success with Motown in 1963 with “Love Me All the Way.” The following year, she recorded “What Good Am I Without You” with Marvin Gaye, which proved to be the beginning of a successful partnership; later recording an entire CD of duets with him on Take Two. Her biggest success as a solo artist came with the hit song “Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While). In the early 90s, she was part of Britain’s Northern Soul revival; reinventing her old hits as well as recording new ones.