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Save the Overtime (For Me)

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"Save The Overtime (For Me)"
Single by Gladys Knight and the Pips
from the album Visions
ReleasedMarch, 1983
GenreBoogie, Post-disco, Soul music, electro-funk
Length4:42
LabelColumbia
Songwriter(s)B. Knight, G. Knight, J. Gallo, R. Smith, S. L. Dees
Producer(s)Rickey "Freeze" Smith
Gladys Knight and the Pips singles chronology
"That Special Time Of Year"
(November 1982)
"Save The Overtime (For Me)"
(1983)
"You're Number One (In My Book)"
(July 1983)

"Save The Overtime (For Me)" is a 1983 single by the R&B and pop group, Gladys Knight and the Pips. The song, under the artistic direction of Leon Sylvers III (known for collaborating on Shalamar hits), was done in a soulful boogie style.[1] The single was released from their LP Visions and reached number sixty-six on the Hot 100, but was more successful on the R&B where it hit number one for a single week in mid 1983.[2] The single was the first time the group hit number one on the R&B chart since 1974.

7-inch single

  1. Save The Overtime (For Me) - 3:50
  2. Ain't No Greater Love - 4:53

12-inch single

  1. Save The Overtime (For Me) - 6:38
  2. Save The Overtime (For Me) (instrumental) - 6:38

References

  1. ^ Nelson, George (2003). The Death of Rhythm and Blues. Penguin. ISBN 1101160675.
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 330.

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