Linda Creed

Real Name:Linda Diane Creed

Renowned Philadelphia songwriter and background vocalist for The Stylistics, New York City and The (Detroit) Spinners.
(December 6, 1948 – April 10, 1986).
Married Stephen Lee Epstein in 1972.
She was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1992, with stand out work as collaborator to Thom Bell and Michael Masser, in the soul, disco and deep ballad styles.
After Dusty Springfield recorded her song Dusty Springfield - I Wanna Be A Free Girl she continued working with Thom Bell and created "Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart)" next, which became a Top 40 pop hit for the Stylistics, beginning an extended collaboration that also yielded the group's most successful recordings, including "You Are Everything", "Betcha by Golly, Wow", "Break Up to Make Up", "People Make the World Go Round", "You Make Me Feel Brand New", and "I'm Stone in Love with You" (the latter with Anthony Bell). Creed and Bell also paired on a number of hits for the Spinners, including "Ghetto Child", "I'm Coming Home", "Living a Little, Laughing a Little", and "The Rubberband Man". Linda Creed also worked with fellow Pennsylvania native Phyllis Hyman on many of her songs, most notably "Old Friend". , Wikipedia
Aliases:Linda Epstein
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