Despite having many moderate hits in both nation and pop graphs, Sandy Posey was by no means fully embraced by possibly audience and it is far from being truly a home name. Posey was created in Jasper, Alabama, in 1944. In her teenagers she relocated to Memphis, where she guaranteed a job like a receptionist in an area studio. Ultimately she was presented with an opportunity to sing back-up during recording classes, which resulted in work at other studios in Memphis and Nashville — where her apparent voice was properly fitted to the ultraslick Nashville “countrypolitan” audio of your day. MGM Information agreed upon her at age group 18 to some solo offer on the effectiveness of her demonstration documenting of “Blessed a female,” and despite her nation roots and the united states experience of her materials, MGM advertised her being a pop vocalist — in retrospect, a smart decision. “Born a female” and “One Female” became her initial two strikes (both reached amount 12 within the pop graphs in 1966). Since both music were compiled by Martha Clear, it had been mistakenly reported during this time period that Sandy Posey was a pseudonym assumed by Clear for recording reasons. Posey acquired two even more pop strikes with the very best 40 “Just what a Girl in Like Won’t Perform” and the quantity 12 “I Consider It Back again.” By 1968, Posey’s woman-as-a-helpless-victim themes had been decidedly away from touch with the days, and the strikes stopped arriving. She proceeded to go into semiretirement. She came back in 1970 for stage two of her profession — “the united states years.” She agreed upon to Columbia Information, where she acquired another string of strikes — this time around in the united states graphs, including the Best 20 Vietnam War-inspired “Bring Him House Safely if you ask me,” the somewhat risqué “WE WILL Go Someplace and Appreciate” (a strike in 1975), “Content Birthday Baby,” and “Don’t” (both Best 40). She transferred to Monument Information in 1976 and afterwards to Warner Bros., where she strike again with some oldies revivals — the Chordettes’ “Blessed to End up being with You” along with a medley of “Like, Like, Like” and “Chapel of Like.” Her last strike is at 1979 with “Like MAY ALSO BE Easy.” In 1983, she authorized to the self-employed label Audiograph and released her last solo recording. She then remained busy like a session vocalist and infrequently toured with her spouse, Wade Cummings, an Elvis impersonator.