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  1. Queen of the Night is the fourth studio album recorded by American singer Loleatta Holloway, released in 1978 on the Gold Mind label. History The album peaked at #47 on the R&B albums chart. It also reached #187 on the Billboard 200.

    • 1978
  2. Vinyl —. LP, Album. Explore songs, recommendations, and other album details for Queen Of The Night by Loleatta Holloway. Compare different versions and buy them all on Discogs.

    • (98)
    • Funk / Soul
    • 127
    • Soul, Ballad, Disco
  3. 1996: The Hotlanta Soul of Loleatta Holloway; 1996: Greatest Hits; 1997: Runaway: The Best Of Loleatta Holloway (VÖ: 31. Mai) 2001: Queen of the Night: The Ultimate Club Collection; 2005: The Anthology (2 CDs) 2014: Dreamin’: The Loleatta Holloway Anthology 1976–1982 (2 CDs, VÖ: 7. Juli) Singles

  4. Queen of the Night reunites Loleatta Holloway with producer Norman Harris, her collaborator on the breakthrough Loleatta. As the title portends, the album completes the singer's transformation from Southern soul diva to disco monarch, a shift that bolsters her potent vocals with Harris' soaring arrangements and infectious rhythms. The album ...

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  5. 3. Jan. 2014 · Loleatta HollowayQueen Of The Night More images Tracklist Hide Credits Companies, etc. Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Verse Music Group LLC Copyright © – Big Break Records Marketed By – Cherry Red Records Ltd. Distributed By – Cherry Red Records Ltd. Licensed From – Verse Music Group LLC Licensed To – Altra Moda Music B.V.

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    • UK
    • 1
    • CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
  6. Loleatta Holloway – Queen Of The Night. Loleatta Holloway. –. Queen Of The Night. More images. Label: Gold Mind Records – GA 9501. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.

  7. 23. Jan. 2001 · Queen of the Night: The Ultimate Club Collection isn't meant to be a greatest-hits package -- those who need an introduction to Loleatta Holloway would be much better off starting out with Runaway: The Best of Loleatta Holloway. This club-oriented CD, in fact, is probably too esoteric for anyone who has only a casual interest in Holloway's work.