Anita Pointer

Anita Pointer

Real Name:
Anita Pointer
Born January 23rd, 1948, in East Oakland, California, Anita is the second oldest member of the Pointer Sisters. Since the group's beginning in 1971, Anita has remained with the group through the present. Anita released a solo album in 1987, "Love For What It Is," which garnered a minor club hit with "More Than A Memory" but her biggest success outside the Pointer Sisters was her 1986 duet with Earl Thomas Conley, "Too Many Times," which went to #1 on Billboard's Country charts, was certified gold and won both Grammy and Country Music Association (CMA) awards for the duo's performance.
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Anita Pointer Discography


RPL-8384, 6419-1-R Anita Pointer Love For What It Is (Album) RCA RPL-8384, 6419-1-R Japan 1987 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

PB-14380 Earl Thomas Conley And Anita Pointer Earl Thomas Conley And Anita Pointer - Too Many Times / Changes Of Love(7") RCA PB-14380 US 1986 Sell This Version
5291-7-R Anita Pointer Overnight Success (Single) RCA 5291-7-R US 1987 Sell This Version
8306-1-RDCD Anita Pointer More Than A Memory RCA 8306-1-RDCD US 1987 Sell This Version

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