Mary Mason

Profile:
Mary Mason is a British singer who scored a minor hit in the UK Singles Chart in 1977 with a medley of Chip Taylor's "Angel of the Morning" / "Any Way That You Want Me", reaching #27 and spending six weeks in the chart. Earlier in the year, Mason took part in the A Song for Europe contest, with the song "What Do You Say to Love?". The song finished in second place, behind Lynsey de Paul and Mike Moran's "Rock Bottom". The television broadcast for the show was blacked out, which disappointed Mason as she told the press she had been relying on making a visual impact. She recorded for the Epic label in the UK.

Albums

EPC 82496 Mary Mason - Angel Of The Morning album art Mary Mason Angel Of The Morning(LP) Epic EPC 82496 UK 1978 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Mary Mason - What Do You Say To Love album art Mary Mason What Do You Say To Love (Single) CBS UK 1977 Sell This Version
Mary Mason - Angel Of The Morning / Any Way That You Want Me album art Mary Mason Angel Of The Morning / Any Way That You Want Me (Single) Epic New Zealand 1977 Sell This Version
Mary Mason - Little Bit Right, Little Bit Wrong album art Mary Mason Little Bit Right, Little Bit Wrong (Single) Epic UK 1978 Sell This Version
Mary Mason - The Right Time Of The Night / Baby Make It Soon (Medley) album art Mary Mason The Right Time Of The Night / Baby Make It Soon (Medley) Epic UK 1978 Sell This Version

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