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Shirley Rose Eikhard (born November 7, 1955) is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Eikhard was born in Sackville, New Brunswick. Her mother, June Eikhard, was a noted Atlantic Canadian fiddler. At age 13, while living in Oshawa, Ontario, Eikhard successfully auditioned for the New Songwriters' Workshop at the 1969 Mariposa Folk Festival in Toronto. In 1971, when she was 15, her song "It Takes Time" was recorded by Anne Murray and became a hit in Canada. Eikhard released her debut album the following year.
Other artists to record this song include Elkie Brooks, Gail Dahms, Shirley Eikhard, Bryan Ferry, Guys 'n' Dolls, Tom Jones, Gayle McCormick, Ann Peebles, Elise LeGrow, Diana Ross, and Leslie Uggams. Sass Jordan recorded the song for the soundtrack of the 1989 film American Boyfriends; her version reached on the Canadian singles chart. Pat Benatar recorded the song in 1994 for the soundtrack to the film Speed.
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Shirley Rose Eikhard (born 7 November 1955 in Sackville, New Brunswick) is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Her song, "Something to Talk About", was recorded by musician Bonnie Raitt to significant success in the 1990s. Her song "Born with the Hunger" was recorded by Cher for her album No. om. She sang the theme song to the movie The Passion of Ayn Rand, "Love Is, Love Is Not".
Shirley Eikhard's self-titled debut will shock anyone who is only familiar with her later jazz recordings; this album is straight MOR country in the Anne Murray mold. Still, even though the production on Shirley Eikhard is far too syrupy, and even though Eikhard was only 16 when this album was recorded in 1972, both her voice and her songwriting are astonishingly mature on this debut offering, making this album worth a listen for dedicated fans . Though this album is unquestionably dated, it's clear that, even at 16, Shirley Eikhard was capable of delivering something timeless - even if the producers of this album were unable to resist mucking things up by trying to make it sound contemporary.
Shirley Eikhard was born into a musical family in Sackville, New Brunswick in 1955. Her mother June was a renowned Maritime fiddler and the first woman to compete in the Canadian Open Old Time Fiddlers' Contest. Another two singles followed onto the country and MOR (Middle Of The Road) charts by 1974, "Wherever You Go" and "Rescue Me," and also included were "In Times of Rain," a cover of John Denver's "Country Roads," and a guest appearance by Hoyt Axton on "Ease Your Pain. But unhappy with decisions from the label being pushed on her, she moved to Vancouver, found a new manager, and signed a new deal with Attic Records in late '74.
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|P-3798||Shirley Eikhard||Rescue Me (7", Single, Promo, Cap)||Capitol Records||P-3798||US||1973|
|3798||Shirley Eikhard||Rescue Me (7", Single)||Capitol Records||3798||Canada||1973|
|3798||Shirley Eikhard||Rescue Me (7", Single)||Capitol Records||3798||US||1973|
|3798||Shirley Eikhard||Rescue Me (7")||Capitol Records||3798||US||1973|