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My life long Lovestory with

Just a Little Lovin’

From the Songs Dusty did chose were Son of a preacher man and Just a little lovin a while and mann song.

Just a little lovin’
Early in the mornin’
Beats a cup of coffee
For starting off the day

Was this one wasted as a B-Side? Dusty obviously liked this one as this the next to “Son of the Preacher Man” the most performed song from the Dusty in Memphis Album.

In my opinion this one is a perfect fit to be on a B-Side as Son of a Preacher Man  which was first rejected by Arether Franklin.

From todays point of view I can`t say if this song as an a side might have been a hit. We’ll never know.

Barry Man said about Dustys Version of the Song: “To me Dusty Springfield is one of the great female singers of all time. She has a voice like silk that can make your heart melt. Her interpretation of my song ‘Just a little Lovin’ is as good as it can get (and maybe even more).”*

  • “Just a Little Lovin'”, a 1968 song by Dusty Springfield from Dusty in Memphis, covered by several performers
  • Just a Little Lovin’, an 1970 album by Carmen McRae

List of released Version from this Song

https://secondhandsongs.com/work/22722/all

List of Dusty`s live performances:

Decidedly Dusty [show 2] BBC1 (edited from the show when aired)
The Andy Williams Show (NBC) 7 February 1970
The Dick Cavett Show (ABC) February 1970
The Dave Cash Show (BBC Radio 1) 4 October 1970
Live at the Roxal Albert Hall (not televised) recorded 3 December 1979

Released:

First US Release: Atlantic single #2580 (b-side of “Son of a preacher Man”)

US Release Date:  9 November 1968 as Single and 18 Januar 1969 on (album)

UK Release Date: 29 November 1968 (single) 18 April 1969 (Album)

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