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Bette McLaurin - If You Believed In Me album flac Performer: Bette McLaurin
Title: If You Believed In Me
Style: Easy Listening, Vocal
Released: 1954
MP3 album: 1312 mb
FLAC album: 1718 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: DMF DXD MPC MMF AC3 MP1 AU
Genre: Jazz / Pop

Bette McLaurin was born on December 6, 1929, in or around Winston-Salem North Carolina. Supposedly her only sibling was a sister; however, I can't find her family in any census. I suppose her name was actually Elizabeth, but I can't be sure of that either. There was also to be "an album due for release shortly thereafter" (which never happened). She was, however, still listed as an Atco artist in a May 1958 advertisement. The Atco release was "Autumn Leaves", which isn't bad, backed with "What A Night For Love", which signaled Bette's return to screeching (along with the Dread Chorus).

A. If You Believed In Written-By – Abel.

More albums of Bette McLaurin, Four Fellows, The: My Heart Belongs Only To You, I Won't Tell A Soul I Love You. Petticoat Baby, I’m Past Sixteen. This album was released on the label Glory (catalog number 233). This album was released in 1955 year.

Bette McLaurin (born . 929) is an African-American singer best known for her jazz-influenced ballad and R&B performances in the 1950s. Two of her recordings, "I May Hate Myself In The Morning" (1952) and "Only A Rose" (1953) reached the Billboard pop charts. She was born in North Carolina. She studied classical music and aspired to become a concert singer, before her mother persuaded her to start a career in popular music

Virginia McLaurin (born March 12, 1909 or 1917) is an American centenarian and community volunteer who resides in Washington, . Virginia McLaurin was born in South Carolina in 1909 (although some public records give 1917) when segregation was common in many states and women did not have the right to vote. She came to Washington . as part of the Great Migration.

Bette McLaurin is an African-American singer best known for her jazz-influenced ballad and R&B performances in the 1950s. 1929 North Carolina, United States of America. By 1952, the company had folded and she recorded the first of six singles for Derby Records in New York City. Her first recording for the label was "I May Hate Myself In The Morning", written by Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss, and recorded with the Rex Kearney Orchestra.

Bette McLaurin - Just Come A Little Closer 02:14. Bette McLaurin - What A Night For Love 02:22. Bette McLaurin - Do You Know Why' 02:22. Bette McLaurin - I'm Alone Because I Love You 02:32. Bette McLaurin - Old Man River 02:54. Bette McLaurin - Please Don't Leave Me 02:56. Bette McLaurin - Grow Old Along With Me 02:56. Bette McLaurin - So Will I 02:59. Bette McLaurin - My Heart Belongs To Only You 02:59. Bette McLaurin - My Dreams Of You 02:59. Bette McLaurin - How Can I' 03:00. Bette McLaurin - Crying For You 03:02. Bette McLaurin - Autumn Leaves 03:02

Tracklist Hide Credits

A If You Believed In Me
Written-By – Abel Baer, L. Wolfe Gilbert*
B It's Just About That Time Again
Written-By – Mary Kleve

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Decca Records, Inc.
  • Record Company – Coral Records, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville


  • Directed By – Dick Jacobs


No publisher credits listed

Unbreakable 45 RPM Record

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 45-85000
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 45-85001 ◈
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A, stamped): 45-85000A 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B, stamped): 45-85001A 4
  • Pressing Plant ID (Decca Records Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville): ◈