A native of SC, Southern spirit singer Ann Sexton could croon a soft ballad or deal with the tough, funked-up design that was the sign of her area. Sexton recorded mainly for small brands through the ’70s, including Impel and Dash, and do nearly all her function for the Audio Stage 7/77 family members. Her biggest graph one was 1973’s “You’re Gonna Miss Me,” which simply barely produced the R&B Best 50. Funky singles like “You’re Shedding Me” and “You’ve Been Eliminated TOO MUCH TIME” afterwards became well-known on Britain’s so-called North soul picture, but she also documented some smoother-sounding ballads, like the 1977 R&B graph one “I’m His Wife (You’re Only a Friend).” Sound Stage 7 released one Sexton LP, THE START, as the U.K. label Charly put together a few of her one sides as Like Studies in 1986. Charly afterwards released the more extensive CD-era collection You’re Gonna Miss Me in 1995.