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Title:
Red Hot
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Funk, Disco
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1497 mb
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Rating:
4.5 ✪

Mary Wilson is the debut solo album by the founding Supremes member, Mary Wilson, released on the Motown label in 1979. The album was Wilson's first album recorded after she left the last line-up of the Supremes which included herself, Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene. The Supremes had released their 29th and last studio album, Mary, Scherrie & Susaye, in October 1976, just nine months before they officially disbanded as a group.

Find a Mary Wilson - Red Hot first pressing or reissue. Complete your Mary Wilson collection. Demonstration Record, Not For Sale. Jobete Music UK Ltd. In Album, "Mary Wilson" STML 12124. 1979 & Trademark Motown Record Corporation. Matrix, Runout (A-side runout groove inscription): SPSLP 298A-1. Matrix, Runout (B-side runout groove inscription): SPSLP 298B-1. Other Versions (5 of 15) View All. Cat.

In Album, "Mary Wilson" M7-927RI. Red Hot b/w Midnight Dancer ‎(12").

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Motown (catalog number PR-58) Motown (catalog number M 00033D1). This album was released in 1979 year.

Red Hot. by. Mary Wilson. Main genre: Soul, Funk, Disco.

Mary Wilson (album), a 1979 album by Mary Wilson. Mary Wilson, host of Radio New Zealand's Checkpoint news programme. Mary Ellen Wilson (1864–1956), child abuse victim whose case spurred on the founding of the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Mary Florence Wilson (1884–1977), librarian for the League of Nations. Walk the Line (Mary Wilson album). Walk the Line is a 1992 album released by former Supremes member Mary Wilson on the independent CEO Records label. The album was Wilson's first solo album to be released since her debut album, Mary Wilson, in 1979 on Motown Records. Wilson had begun work on a second solo album in 1980, working with English record producer, Gus Dudgeon.

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Tracklist

Red Hot (Disco Version) 7:12
Red Hot (Single Version) 3:53

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PR-58, M 00033D1 Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(12", Promo, Red) Motown, Motown PR-58, M 00033D1 US 1979
M 00033D1 Mary Wilson Red Hot / Midnight Dancer ‎(12") Motown M 00033D1 US 1979
M 1467F Mary Wilson Red Hot / Midnight Dancer ‎(7", Single) Motown M 1467F US 1979
M 00033D1 Mary Wilson Red Hot b/w Midnight Dancer ‎(12") Motown M 00033D1 US 1979
M 00033D1 Mary Wilson Red Hot b/w Midnight Dancer ‎(12") Motown M 00033D1 US 1979
M 00033D1 Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(12") Motown M 00033D1 Canada 1979
M 00033D1 Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(12", Promo) Motown M 00033D1 Canada 1979
PSLP 298 Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(12", Single, Promo) Motown PSLP 298 UK 1979
IM-26005 Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(7") Motown IM-26005 Portugal 1979
M 1467F Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(7", Promo) Motown M 1467F US 1979
M 1467F Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(7", Single) Motown M 1467F US 1979
3C 006 - 63260 Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(7", Single) Motown 3C 006 - 63260 Italy 1979
TMG1163 Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(7", Single) Motown TMG1163 UK 1979
TMG1163 Mary Wilson Red Hot ‎(7", Single, Promo) Motown TMG1163 UK 1979
1-10.178 Mary Wilson Red Hot / Midnight Dancer ‎(7", Single) Motown, Belter 1-10.178 Spain 1981
1-10.178 Mary Wilson Red Hot / Midnight Dancer ‎(7", Single) Motown, Belter 1-10.178 Spain 1981


Reviews:
  • Yalone
This record stank. The song is nothing. A big fat zero. One of the worst records of the disco era; totally forgettable. If I have to hear her sing "Ow" one more time....I think I'll puke up my oatmeal. What got into her, accepting such a lame tune? She passed up a chance to reform The Supremes in the '80s. Why? Her solo career bombed. The woman's a fool, that is the only explanation.
  • X-MEN
I am also from NYC and i actually played at Starship Discovery 1 Ice Palace 57 and Crsco Disco back then.and i never played then. i may have gotten it with other promos but never noticed it.but i had a particular playing style back then.i would play it now though.
  • Clodebd
Sorry.. you are entitled to your opinion but i just bought this. although i bought it for the red vinyl the song is not as bad as you made it out to be. the music is really good the vocal is not her best but it has moments within the song.also i never heard it before. but i'll play it. i give it a 2.5 out of 5.
  • Thomeena
I lived in New York during the height of the disco era; went to nearly all of the major clubs and listened to both disco radio stations, and I never heard "Red Hot" by Mary Wilson.
  • Malalrajas
Sounds personal to me. This song definitely got played in it's day. By me and notably at Empire Roller Disco, the original roller disco skating rink/club. You need to have more respect for such a gifted and blessed performer.