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  Mary Wells - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wells accepted their invitation, and was inspired to record "Love Songs to the Beatles," an album featured several songs penned by the mop-tops.
With encouragement from her husband, Herman Griffin, and a looming contract with 20th Century Fox which was both lucrative and promised a film career; Mary Wells sued the label, arguing not only for larger royalties, but to dissolve the original contract she'd signed at age seventeen.
In the summer of 1992, Wells was hospitalized for pneumonia at the Kenneth Norris Jr.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mary_Wells   (1687 words)

 Mary Wells
Mary was just 21 years old when 'My Guy' was rising to the top of the charts and was enticed to leave Motown almost immediately afterwards for a reported advance of several hundred thousand dollars from 20th Century Fox.
Wells was being groomed for the sort of plans that were subsequently lavished upon Diana Ross, but those dreams were never realised.
Wells' departure was so dramatic and unsuccessful that it tended to overshadow the quality of her later work, which has almost always been dismissed as trivial by critics.
www.classicbands.com /wells.html   (910 words)

 Mary Wells - Wells, Rich, Greene   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mary Georgene Berg was born in Youngstown, Ohio in 1928 and had early ambitions of becoming an actress.
In 1966 with two major advertising successes to her credit, Mary Wells was given a raise to $80,000 and asked that she sign a long-term contract with Tinker.
Mary Wells Lawrence took WRG public and added to its legacy by creating the “I Love New York” and Benson and Hedges 100’s cigarette campaigns.
www.braniffinternational.org /people/mary_wells.htm   (959 words)

 The Girl Who Painted the Planes - Mary Wells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Wells is an extremely tough and aggressive lady." And she is going to need all her toughness and aggressiveness to realize her professional goal: to become the next great innovator in advertising.
Mary Wells made her present reputation largely by successfully applying her show-business technique in the recent dramatically colorful campaign for Braniff, devised while she was still at Tinker.
Wells is undoubtedly the driving force behind the ' new agency, she is backed up by a team of 45 copy­ writers, artists, art directors, account executives, media men, marketing ex­perts and all the other esoteric fauna of Madison Avenue.
www.braniffinternational.org /people/girlwhopainted.htm   (1716 words)

 MARY WELLS LINER NOTES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
At a sock hop, he asked Mary to sing the song she had for Wilson: recognizing something special in her soft'n'sweet vocal style, Gordy used his famous 'ears' to determine that Mary would be a valuable addition to his fledgling roster.
For whatever reason, Mary's stint with 20th was short-lived and by the fall of '65, she had signed with Atlantic Records' subsidiary Atco.
At any rate, Mary's approach was to divide her one album for Atco into two distinct parts, leading to the obvious title, "The Two Sides Of Mary Wells".
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 Mary Wells Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mary was then paired with Smokey Robinson in a singing and songwriting partnership, which was to be very fruitful in the following years.
Mary relocated to the Atco imprint at the time (moving on to the Jubilee, Reprise, Epic and Movietone labels at a later date) and had some minor hits with 'Dear Lover', 'Such A Sweet Thing' and 'The Doctor'.
Mary was then, tragically, diagnosed with larynx cancer, however, she continued touring during the late 80's and appeared at several cancer fund raising events.
www.soulwalking.co.uk /MaryWells.html   (523 words)

 Mary Wells
Mary turned 21 years old as "My Guy" was rising to the top of the charts, and left Motown almost immediately afterward for a reported advance of several hundred thousand dollars from 20th Century Fox.
The circumstances remain cloudy years later, but Wells and her husband-manager felt Motown wasn't coming through with enough money for their new superstar; she was also lured by the prospect of movie roles through 20th Century Fox (which never materialized).
Wells' departure from Motown was so dramatic and unsuccessful that it has tended to overshadow the quality of her later work, which has almost always been dismissed as trivial by critics.
www.findthefun.com /bands/lists/..\b01\b0017915.htm   (456 words)

 Collins' Oldies Website: Mary Wells
Mary Wells' career began in late 1960, when she met Motown founder Berry Gordy, Jr., at a sock hop.
Berry told Mary to sing the song; once she was through, Berry had an idea: instead of giving the song to Jackie, he would sign Mary to a record contract at Motown and have her sing the song herself.
Mary sings more tenderly here; her character tells the man he can depend on her for comfort and reassurance when life becomes unbearable for him.
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 Walter Gilbert Genealogy: Jonathan Gilbert & Mary Wells
She was the daughter of John and Mary (Leavitt) White of Messing and Hartford.
Mary Gilbert was born in Hartford on December 15, 1649, and died in Killingsworth, Connecticut, in September, 1670.
When the revolution in England brought William of Orange and his English Mary to the throne of England, Andros was driven from his post of governor of all New England and New York, the Connecticut Charter was brought out from its hiding place, and government under it was resumed as of old.
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 MARY WELLS FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mary Esther Wells (May_13, 1943–July_26, 1992) was an American soul and R&B singer.
It was at this time that The_Beatles openly called Wells their favorite American single, and invited her to tour with them throughout the United_Kingdom.
In the summer of 1992, Wells was hospitalized for pneumonia at the Kenneth_Norris_Jr._Cancer_Hospital in Washington,_D.C. Still suffering the effects of cancer, her weakened immune_system couldn't take the extra strain.
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 Mary Wells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Wells first began singing in church when she was three or four.
Wells was the first female singer at Motown to adopt a glamorous stage persona.
Wells received a large contract from 20th Century Fox, along with promises that she would be making films, but her records went nowhere and she never appeared in a film.
www.history-of-rock.com /mary_wells.htm   (746 words)

And despite the grueling treatments she was going through to prepare for the procedure, Mary was in good spirits, glad to hear from me, eager to tell me exactly what was being done to fight the cancer that was ravaging her body and how convinced she was that the procedure would help.
Mary, for a while, wrote for The Virginian-Pilot and before that, she wrote extension columns for another local paper.
I got to know Mary well when she worked for the paper, and my first impression was one that I don't think anybody who knew her well would deny: Mary could be a little pushy.
scholar.lib.vt.edu /VA-news/VA-Pilot/issues/1996/vp960403/04020170.htm   (961 words)

 Author's Desktop: Mary Wells Lawrence
Mary Wells Lawrence here provides excerpts from the book about specific ad campaigns, along with the commercials that the campaigns generated.
"Well," I consoled myself, "we can paint them all beige." But Harding was cool, Ed gave the plane a sympathetic little pat, Jere and Tom didn't even blink, Glenn smiled beatifically, Jack puffed his pipe--he said later he would have given anything to disappear into thin air, he didn't know what to think.
Wells Rich Greene had experienced its share of heartfelt applause for campaigns but nothing like the reaction to those first "I Love New York" commercials, because they mattered so much to so many people.
www.randomhouse.com /knopf/authors/lawrence/desktopnew.html   (6036 words)

 Borzoi Reader | Authors | Mary Wells Lawrence
Mary Wells Lawrence was born in Poland, Ohio, and attended the Carnegie Institute of Technology.
She talks about her refusal to globalize Wells Rich Greene and her decision, finally, to sell the company she’d built into the fastest-growing ad agency in history, and what happened to it afterward.
Here is the extraordinary story of how Mary Wells Lawrence lived her life in advertising—helped shape her profession, was shaped by it and left her mark on it.
www.randomhouse.com /knopf/authors/lawrence   (344 words)

 Wells, Rosemary. Mary on Horseback.
Through the voice of a child whose father has been severely injured in a logging accident, the reader is introduced to the poverty-stricken conditions of the mountain people and to Mary, who after suffering great losses herself turned her grief into positive action, trekking around on horseback to deliver much needed help to these people.
The next story is told by a nurse who came to help Mary and found herself immediately dispensing precious diphtheria serum to the children of the woods.
The last story is told by a child who, after being grief stricken into silence by the death of her mother, eventually finds her voice through helping Mary and the other nurses.
archive.ala.org /booklist/v95/youth/se1/60wells.html   (207 words)

 Mary Wells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
She came to the attention of Berry Gordy as a 17-year-old, hawking a song she'd written for Jackie Wilson; that song, "Bye Bye Baby," became her first Motown hit in 1961.
Few other soul singers managed to be as shy and sexy at the same time as Wells (Barbara Lewis is the only other that springs to mind), and the soft-voiced singer found a perfect match with the emerging Motown production team, especially Smokey Robinson.
It's been rumored that Wells was being groomed for the sort of plans that were subsequently lavished upon Diana Ross; more nefariously, it's also been rumored that Motown quietly discouraged radio stations from playing Wells' subsequent releases.
www.djangomusic.com /artist_bio.asp?id=R+++442218   (464 words)

 The Official Mary Wells Web Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Founder of the world famous "Motown Sound," Mary Wells is considered not only one of the best female singers in the music industry, but also a vital part of the success of the prestigious label.
In 1964, Wells' career reached a significant peak when her song, "My Guy," made it to No. 1 on the pop chart and became one of the year's best recordings.
In 1990, Wells was diagnosed with larynx cancer, hindering her ability to sing.
www.cmgww.com /music/wells/bio.html   (487 words)

 Mary Wells Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mary Wells was one of the first of the 60's soul singers, an early star at Motown, and she contributed her fair share of top ten songs to rock and roll.
Born in Detroit in 1943, Mary Wells began singing in local clubs and talent contests at age ten.
Mary Wells was diagnosed with throat cancer in 1990 and died not long after that.
www.tsimon.com /wells.htm   (405 words)

 Mary Wells
Wells got her big break by auditioning her own "Bye Bye Baby" to Motown founder Berry Gordy; Gordy promptly signed her and released the song as a single, which did fairly well with R & B audiences.
But after that point she was firmly in the hands of Gordy and his team of writers and producers, falling into a dependent pattern that was followed by all major Motown singers until the end of the decade.
All the single sides Wells cut for Atco are here, together with some unreleased tracks and side one of her LP for the label.
www.warr.org /wells.html   (1789 words)

 Materials Engineering - UBC - Faculty
J. Sengupta, S.L. Cockcroft, D. Maijer and M.A. Wells, "The Effects of Water Ejection and Water Incursion on the Evolution of Thermal Field During the Start-Up Phase of the Direct Chill Casting Process", Journal of Light Metals, in press.
M.A. Wells, D. Maijer, S. Jupp, G. Lockhart and M. van der Winden, "A Mathematical Model of Deformation and Microstructural Evolution During Hot Rolling of AA5083 Aluminum Alloy", Materials Science and Technology, in press.
M.A. Wells, D. Li and S.L. Cockcroft, "Influence of Surface Morphology, Water Flow Rate and Sample Thermal History on the Boiling Heat Transfer During DC Casting of Commercial Aluminum Alloys", Metallurgical and Materials Trans.
www.mmat.ubc.ca /people/faculty/wells.htm   (1060 words)

 author   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Born and given the name of a famous Motown singer, Mary Wells (whose age is unknown...HA) was born in the Bronx, NY.
Mary started to just write poems and short stories about 3 years ago.
Single with no children and living in Westchester County now Mary spends her free time writing poems and stories, listening to music, crocheting (she had made several beautiful blankets for family members), aerobics, dancing, and reading.
shemastermary.tripod.com /about.htm   (103 words)

 The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London 1674 to 1834
(M.) MARY WELLS was indicted for stealing a drab surtout coat, value thirty shillings, the property of Henry Mackendar October 27.
Who deposed that she assisted the prisoner in washing for four days, and that the prisoner was not once out of the house on Thursday the 27th of October.
Deposed that the Prosecutor told her in the street about last Christmas, that the prisoner was a whore as well as herself (the witness) and that he would be revenged of her before long.
www.oldbaileyonline.org /html_units/1770s/t17741207-74.html   (550 words)

 ♫ Crazy Beat Records -Mary Wells
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 Mary Wells Lawrence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
For those who don't know, Mary Wells Lawrence was the first great woman in advertising.
Mainly because Mary's an ad woman concerned with great advertising as opposed to a CEO concerned with M&A. Mary wrote ads before some of you were born that you and your parents both remember, because Mary knew how to create a memorable impression.
Mary please feel free to be our guest.
www.adproductionnetwork.com /marywells.htm   (163 words)

 Amazon.com: The Best of Mary Wells: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
One of the things I discovered is that Mary Wells, who had a #1 hit that year with the classic "My Guy," was Motown's biggest star going into 1964.
Mary Wells became a star when Barry Gordy signed her as a teenager and she had her first Motown hit, "Bye Bye Baby." Since that does not appear on this collection of "The Best of Mary Wells," you can see that once again we have a CD with a somewhat misleading title.
With her soft voice, Mary Wells was a soul singer who could sound both shy and sexy at the same time.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00005QG5L?v=glance   (913 words)

 Stephen Wells II Family History
Stephen Wells was an immigrant who married Alice Howard 3 Dec. 1677 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., VA. They seem to have been early immigrants to Virginia.
Stephen Wells received a bill from Benjamin Marsh, as ordered by the Rappahannock County court in 1692.
Mary had been born in Northumberland County in 1685.) I then give my son, Stephen Wells, all my land, property, and orchards whichever situate, or being now belonging to me, for and during his natural life and after his death, I give it to my grandson, Stephen Wells.
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 MARY WELLS HAD AN IDEA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
When Braniff International embarked on its program to position the airline as a leader in world air transport, Mary Wells, who led the creative team behind the complete image-overhaul at Braniff tapped into the creative design genius of Emilio Pucci, who was asked to take a new approach to outfitting ground and flight personnel.
French and American "name" designers had created uniforms for airline hostesses before, but Pucci was the first to depart from tradition.
Mary Well’s new campaign for Braniff completely redefined the airline industry from a marketing, style and image standpoint.
www.braniffinternational.org /image/pucci01.htm   (383 words)

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