Marilyn McLeod

Profile:
American soul - jazz singer, songwriter.

Born in Detroit, Michigan.

She is the sister of Alice Coltrane, the aunt of Ravi Coltrane and the maternal grandmother of Flying Lotus.

McLeod spent her formative years as a Motown songwriter, with her main songwriting partner being Pam Sawyer. Together, they wrote hits such as "You Can't Turn Me Off (In the Middle of Turning Me On)" (US R&B #2, Pop #12) by High Inergy and Diana Ross' monster 1976 disco hit "Love Hangover."
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Singles & EPs

866 Marilyn McLeod - (I Don't Wanna Dance Tonight) I Got Love On My Mind album art Marilyn McLeod (I Don't Wanna Dance Tonight) I Got Love On My Mind (Single) Fantasy 866 US 1979 Sell This Version
PR-47 Marilyn McLeod - Perfect Timing (On Valentine's Day) album art Pure Magic Featuring Marilyn McLeod Pure Magic Featuring Marilyn McLeod - Perfect Timing (On Valentine's Day)(7", Promo) Motown PR-47 US 1979 Sell This Version

Compilations

PRO #1A Marilyn McLeod - The Songs Of Pam Sawyer & Marilyn McLeod album art Pure Magic Featuring Pam Sawyer & Marilyn McLeod Pure Magic Featuring Pam Sawyer & Marilyn McLeod - The Songs Of Pam Sawyer & Marilyn McLeod(LP, Album, Comp) Motown PRO #1A US 1978 Sell This Version